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Biggy72
10-28-2010, 06:35 PM
Job Description Here (http://www.soloy.com/Company+Info/Employment+Opportunities/default.aspx)

Aerospace/Mechanical Engineer

Reporting directly to the Engineering Manager, the engineer will support development of approved aerospace products through design, analysis, testing and reporting.


Company Information

The company was founded on the idea of bringing turbine engine technology to older existing piston powered aircraft at an affordable price.

The development of Soloy products led to the assemblage of various technical and manufacturing capabilities. This capability, along with an excellent working relationship with the Seattle Federal Aviation Administration Aircraft Certification Office, resulted in many contract design and development projects for others.

Biggy72
10-28-2010, 06:35 PM
Job Description Here (http://www.soloy.com/Company+Info/Employment+Opportunities/default.aspx)

Aerospace/Mechanical Engineer

Reporting directly to the Engineering Manager, the engineer will support development of approved aerospace products through design, analysis, testing and reporting.


Company Information

The company was founded on the idea of bringing turbine engine technology to older existing piston powered aircraft at an affordable price.

The development of Soloy products led to the assemblage of various technical and manufacturing capabilities. This capability, along with an excellent working relationship with the Seattle Federal Aviation Administration Aircraft Certification Office, resulted in many contract design and development projects for others.

harrywindson
10-17-2011, 09:20 AM
Well,it's great to be a Aerospace/Mechanical Engineer as there is a good opportunity available in it.This course change the life & living standard of the person & it is very beneficial in future too.