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Pratt & Whitney Canada seeking experienced engineers

November 18, 2010  By Carey Fredericks

Nov. 18, 2010, Longueuil, Que. - Pratt & Whitney Canada is recruiting experienced engineers to support key aircraft engine development programs for business, regional and helicopter applications. The company is looking to fill more than 200 positions in Longueuil, Quebec, and Mississauga, Ontario.

"Pratt & Whitney Canada's sustained focus on innovation has positioned us as a world leader in the design, manufacture and service of aircraft engines for the markets we serve," said Walter Di Bartolomeo, P&WC Vice President of Engineering. "We invest $400 million per year in research and development, making us the number one R&D investor in the Canadian aerospace sector. It is important that we continue to invest now in the programs that will fuel our future growth so we are well positioned to maintain our leadership for decades to come."

P&WC is accepting resumes from qualified applicants across several engineering disciplines including electrical, manufacturing, material, structural, design, software, project, aerodynamics-thermodynamics, and control systems.

To support the recruiting effort, Pratt & Whitney Canada will host exclusive Engineering Elite Class events at company facilities in Longueuil and Mississauga for select candidates. Invited applicants will have the unique opportunity to learn more about Pratt & Whitney Canada's advanced technology and development programs, network with senior leadership, and find out more about what it is like to be part of the company's engineering team.

Qualified engineers who would like to learn more about career opportunities with Pratt & Whitney Canada can apply for the events and submit their resumes online at www.pwc.ca in the Engineering Event section on the main page. Selected candidates will be formally invited to attend the Engineering Elite Class events by the P&WC Talent Centre.


"Pratt & Whitney Canada is honoured to have been recently named one of Canada's Ten Most Admired Corporate Cultures™ for the Quebec and Atlantic Provinces region by Waterstone Human Capital," said Kevin P. Smith, Vice President of Human Resources. "This prestigious award recognizes Pratt & Whitney Canada as a leading employer with a culture of innovation that has enhanced our performance and sustained a competitive advantage for the company."


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