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General Electric Sub-Section Manager - Mechanical Analysis in Queretaro, Mexico

Job Description Summary

This position is for Sub-Section Manager for Mechanical Analysis focusing on turbomachinery hardware in the EMS section at GEIQ. In this role you are responsible for program execution, resource management, business connectivity, and nurturing the technical and professional growth of the team. You will utilize your technical and leadership skill to solve problems, develop and execute objectives for self and others, and impact short-term and long-term business goals. The main focus will be CF34, F101, F118, F110, CT7, T700, TF34 & F404 programs.

Job Description

Essential Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership and technical direction to the team on mechanical analysis programs/projects across CF34 & military engines supported by GEIQ to meet objectives in a cross functional environment

  • Execute Mechanical analysis projects across commodities (e.i. rotors & static structures) to support design efforts, durability improvements, manufacturing support, field issues, certifications, life extension/updates & CIP

  • Partner with GEIQ EMS Section Manager, DB45 Chief Consulting Engineer and global mechanical analysis Sub-Section Managers to define the strategy of the discipline, share resources, communicate lessons learned, etc.

  • Manage a team of 15+ engineers including CTHs & Staff Engineers, providing technical mentoring and career guidance.

  • Ensure project execution per agreed commitment with FTY=1 within budget and schedule

  • Own HR processes (Priorities, Checkpoints, Talent Reviews, Performance Management, Career Growth) for your team through mentoring & coaching.

  • Remain cognizant of state-of-the-art technologies in the Mechanical Analysis arena and promote the participation in the Design Board.

  • Use your judgment to make decisions and handle complex tasks or problems related to operational activities, strategy, and product management.

  • Drive a culture of compliance, integrity, open reporting, and psychological safety.


  • Relevant experience with mechanical design and/or analysis.

  • Bachelor's degree in engineering from an accredited university or college.

  • Experience with rotating parts and/or static structures.

  • Hands-On experience in various mechanical analysis (e.g., Durability/Strength/Modal/Creep) and life methodologies.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead teams.

  • In-depth understanding of mechanical engineering fundamentals.

  • Effective communication, presentation, and influencing skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively across global sites.

Eligibility Requirement:

Mexican nationality is required for this position due to regulatory matters.

Desired Characteristics

  • Demonstrated experience in people leadership role

  • Exposure to LEAN principles

Additional Information

Relocation Assistance Provided: No