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01667254 Intern: Summer 2024 - Operational Commercial Engines (OCE) Program Office, PW4000-94 and PW4000-100 Programs Support (Hybrid

Pratt & Whitney is working to once again transform the future of flight—designing, building and servicing engines unlike any the world has ever seen. And because transformation begins from within, we’re seeking the people to drive it. So, calling all curious.


Come ready to explore and you’ll find a place where your talent takes flight—beyond the borders of title, a country or your comfort zone. Bring your passion and commitment and we’ll welcome you into a tight-knit team that takes our mission personally. Channel your drive to make a difference into shaping an organization and an industry that’s evolving fast to the future.


Innovation through diversity of thought. At Pratt & Whitney, we believe diversity of thought enables creativity, innovation, and a foundation for inclusion. By fostering an inclusive culture, we accept a shared accountability and responsibility to recognize, sponsor, coach, hire and promote talent equally. We welcome our employees to be their whole - best - selves at work because trust, respect and integrity, are a part of our DNA.


At Pratt & Whitney, the difference you make is on display every day. Just look up. Are you ready to go beyond?


Job Summary:

  • This position is for a Summer Internship within Pratt & Whitney’s Operational Commercial Engines (OCE) Program Office, specifically supporting the PW4000-94 and PW4000-100 Programs.
  • The OCE program office is responsible for all aspects associated with supporting over 4,000 engines operating in service across 100 global customers generating over $2B in aftermarket revenue annually. P&W commercial engine models include the JT8D, JT9D, PW2000, PW6000, and PW4000.
  • Summer intern will support program managers, fleet chiefs, and model managers in developing key processes to support OCE fleets.  Candidate will also support execution of data analytics projects to identify fleet improvement opportunities.  This is a good development opportunity to learn about the PW4000 program office, commercial engine business, and how to identify and develop processes that support the flying fleet.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Researching PW recent experiences, best practices, and lessons learned to develop Program Management Instructions (PMIs) for Program Tiger Team Execution and Repair Development Prioritization.
  • Conduct data analytics projects for the PW4000-94/100 program team, including fleet time on wing analysis, fleet reliability analysis, shop turnaround time drivers, and others.
  • Support annual waterline planning, including meeting with Engineering and Model Managers to finalize the projects and funding required.
  • Lead Program Risk Matrix monthly reviews, including identification of program risks and potential mitigations.
  • Coordinate with the Fleet Chiefs to prepare for FAA 21.3 quarterly reviews, including interfacing with Engineering and the Fleet Chiefs to finalize the presentation.
  • Performing PW4000-100" Nacelle strategy.
  • Coordinating analysis of redeployment and cargo strategies and material strategies packages.
  • Supporting preparation of reviews (customer, partnership, leadership, etc) and project manage critical engineering tasks.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Enrolled in a degree program in Finance, Accounting, Economics, Business, Engineering or related majors.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen. This position may require access to systems/tools that are restricted to individuals who possess US citizenship.
  • You are graduating between Fall 2024 – or later

Preferred Qualifications

  • Minimum GPA of 3.0 preferred.
  • Self-starter that has strong analytical, data management, communication, and influencing skills.
  • Comfortable working in MS Word, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.
  • Proficiency in MS Access is desired, but not required.

What is my role type?

In addition to transforming the future of flight, we are also transforming how and where we work. We’ve introduced role types to help you understand how you will operate in our blended work environment. This role is:


Hybrid: Employees who are working in Hybrid roles will work regularly both onsite and offsite. This means that responsibilities of the job need to be performed onsite on a regular basis.


Candidates will learn more about role type and current site status throughout the recruiting process. For onsite and hybrid roles, commuting to and from the assigned site is the employee’s personal responsibility.