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Fokker Services Americas, LaGrange, GA, USA

Engineer - Aircraft Component Repair

The ideal candidate has a strong comprehension of engineering fundamentals and is able to apply them to solve real-world problems.

  • 40 hours a week
  • 1 Bachelor degree Engineering
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Your key responsibilities

You are highly motivated, competitive, and comfortable working both independently and on a team. Engineering fundamentals and problem solving skills will be used to troubleshoot, design, analyze, and repair aircraft components, tooling, and test systems.

In this position, your main responsibilities and duties are:

  • Design repairs and modifications to aircraft components
  • Produce 3D CAD models, 2D manufacturing drawings, and repair/modification work instructions
  • Perform stress analyses to ensure structural integrity of repaired components
  • Write engineering reports to substantiation the design complies with applicable FAA regulations
  • Assist in aircraft component failure investigations and warranty determinations
  • Provide liaison technical support to other departments
  • Other duties as assigned

What do we ask from you?


  • Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline (mechanical, aerospace or industrial preferred)
  • Strong understanding of engineering mechanics (metallic material properties, free body diagrams, stress analysis methods, fluid flow, etc)
  • Excellent verbal and technical writing skills
  • Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook proficiency
  • Min. 5 yrs. work experience in a related field - Aviation experience is a plus
  • Thermal spray and electroplating experience is a plus
  • Process specification development is a plus

Employee Quote

As one of the major independent players in the aerospace industry, we handle a diverse range of aircraft types. From commercial airliners to specialized military vehicles, each kind of vehicle finds its way to us, making our work both varied and challenging

Danny Vos

Danny Vos
Aircraft Mechanic

Employee Quote

We consider diversity and inclusion incredibly important; we believe that everyone deserves a fair chance. As the saying goes, diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being asked to dance as well. This is what Fokker Services Group stands for

Didier Soesman

Didier Soesman
Talent Aquisition Consultant

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Where you will be working

A company with over a hundred years of experience, innovation, knowledge and expertise coursing through our veins. Our cross-departmental approach and tailor-made solutions are making their mark on the future of aerospace innovation. With our welcoming and friendly culture, we are more than just colleagues. We are a team of friends committed to both fun and development in the workplace. This enthusiasm and ongoing performance development ensures that our employees commit to Fokker Services Group for the long-term. 

We are pioneers and we are dauntless. It's no coincidence that we're a global player in the field of aircraft maintenance and advancement. Together with our keen and initiative-taking colleagues, we work on the most innovative and advanced solutions aiming at creating a more sustainable and optimal aerospace sector. We continue to push the boundaries of possibility. And that's how we make sure we keep aircraft where they belong: in the air! 

What we offer

  • A space within a team of talented specialists who are eager to share their knowledge and experience, but also want to learn from you;
  • Room for professional and personal growth and a lot of autonomy
  • Career opportunities
  • 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Employee assistance program, Flexible spending account, Health insurance, Health savings account, Life insurance, Paid time off, Referral program, Vision insurance

Ready for take-off?

How we fly through your application 


  1. The telephone interview

Our recruiter will get in touch with you. Immediately providing the opportunity to make each other's acquaintance. 


  1. Initial on-site interview with your prospective manager and a team member

Now's the time to really get to know each other. We look forward to meeting you at our office where we can engage in an in-depth conversation with you.  


  1. Second on-site interview with your prospective manager

Time to get down to the business in hand. You and your prospective manager will delve deeper into the salient points relating to your possible new job and discuss any future ambitions.  


  1. Screening 

ITAR screening is applicable for some positions. Should this be the case, you will be informed in due course.  


  1. Job offer 

Yes please! If both parties are equally enthusiastic, an appropriate job offer will be forthcoming in fitting with the position and your level of skills.  

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