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Finance Business Partner (Accounting)

Textron Systems: Lycoming Engines

Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States

Posted Date: 2021-01-13

Reference No: 288501



    Professional accounting position responsible for various aspects of the general accounting function, including: implementation of the internal control plan, tax reporting, government reporting, and records retention. The goal is to gain experience and make improvements to processes associated with the general ledger, external reporting, and internal controls in support of a manufacturing environment.





    ·         Assist in the maintenance of the Oracle general ledger software, including duties associated with month end close.

    ·         Complete monthly, quarterly and annual tax/government reporting requirements, including tax forecasts and the annual tax package due to the Corporation.

    ·         Prepare and record company financial transactions along with supplemental schedules as required.

    ·         Ensure financial records are in compliance with internal process documentation, generally accepted accounting principles, corporate accounting policies/control standards.

    ·         Prepare assigned balance sheet account reconciliations applying appropriate analytical techniques

    ·         Interface with management and company personnel, as required, regarding the status of accounting transactions and corrective actions required.

    ·         Assist with preparation of capital plans & respective depreciation schedules.

          ·         Assist with various finance & accounting related needs including but not limited to costing & pricing activities, workflow support, cycle count audits, supplier audits, payroll support, financial ad hoc requests, etc...

2021 Mechanical Engineer - Williamsport, PA

Textron Systems: Lycoming Engines

Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States

Posted Date: 2021-01-07

Reference No: 284710


    Who We Are
    Textron Systems is part of Textron, a $14 billion, multi-industry company employing 35,000 talented makers, thinkers, creators and doers worldwide. We make things that fly, hover, zoom and launch. Things that move people. Protect soldiers. Power industries. We serve customers in industries spanning aerospace and defense, specialized vehicles, turf care and fuel systems.

    This role is in Lycoming Engines business area. Visit & to read more about who we are and the products we make!


    About this Role

    We believe people should love what they do – in this role, you will be responsible for:

    • Developing new engine/component products to be utilized in newengine models or incorporated as design improvements into existing engine models 
    • Interface with internal Engineering, Operations, Procurement, Quality, and Customer Service Depts. 
    • May interface with suppliers and customers. 
    • Responsible for the technical and procedural aspect of engine/component development from initial layout through final drawings. Provide design assistance and coordination throughout the product development process. 
    • Coordinate BOM’s and ECO’s for engine specs, process specs, and drawings. 
    • Provide guidance to drafting/CAD operators. Consult with suppliers/customers on designs and specifications.

Manufacturing Supervisor (Third Shift)

Textron Systems: Lycoming Engines

Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States

Posted Date: 2021-01-04

Reference No: 288207


    Lycoming Engines seeks a Supervisor to lead a dynamic team of production associates, including mechanics, technicians and skilled trades to support production, development, assembly and testing of engine products and systems.  This person will be a charismatic leader and change agent capable of driving relentless improvement, motivating team members and leading them to achieve safety, quality, delivery and cost goals. 
    Responsibilities Include:
    • Responsible for hiring, coaching, training, developing, directing, counseling and disciplining employees in a fair and consistent manner
    • Lead and direct employees in various size operations departments
    • Develop and improve operations towards best in class standards including but not limited to talent, processes and facilities
    • Assists in developing plant Lean competencies including Value Stream Mapping, 5S, Visual Controls, Materials / Tools at Point-of-Use, SMED (setup reduction), Flow, Kanban, Cell Layout, Waste Reduction, supplier interface and development.
    • Supervise bargained personnel to insure efficient manpower utilization and assist with planning
    • Proactively participate in cross-functional efforts and teams to support Lycoming Premier initiatives
    • Responsible for the training and development of all bargaining unit personnel
    • Administer the provisions of the Collective Bargaining Agreement and collaborate with union leaders in the resolution of shop issues
    • Assist with selection, installation, operation and on-going maintenance of equipment and systems
    • Ensure compliance with company procedures and policies
Reliability Coordinator

Textron Systems: Lycoming Engines

Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States

Posted Date: 2020-12-02

Reference No: 287936


    Job Summary:
    The Reliability Coordinator is responsible for maintenance and repair processes, continuous 
    improvement, workflow planning and scheduling with focus on machine reliability and uptime, shutdown and outage planning, PM creation, maintenance, and upkeep of the PM database, and management of critical spare parts.


    • Update and maintain maintenance workflow planning and scheduling utilizing existing CMMS (computerized maintenance management system).
    • Identify TPM and PM requirements, procedures, and processes for equipment.
    • Utilize the CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) to plan and track efficiencies across all equipment systems, such as equipment uptime, KPI management, and other work order system metrics.
    • Assist in the development of safe work practices for all maintenance trades.
    • Assist trades in identifying and troubleshooting technical issues as they arise, using external sources as needed.
    • Assist in planning phase of new equipment specifications and existing equipment improvements.
    • Plan and track critical spare parts and materials inventory.
    • Coordinate with other departments to ensure proper communications of maintenance workflow activities.
    • Support lean and continuous improvement initiatives to facilitate project implementations.
    • Interact with vendor and contractors as needed to assure equipment uptime and reliability.
    • Coordination of internal and external resources on installation and maintenance of equipment systems.
    • Other duties as assigned.
Security Officer (Part Time)

Textron Systems: Lycoming Engines

Williamsport, Pennsylvania, United States

Posted Date: 2020-09-11

Reference No: 286238


    Primary Responsibilities:

    The basic requirements for a Security Staff employee are to provide protection for company property against fire, theft, vandalism and illegal entry. The security officer is responsible for maintaining continuous surveillance of company property and perimeter fences, performing in-plant patrols with regard to employee safety and asset protection. Perform weekly compliance inspections, including loss prevention equipment and fire suppression systems.  In addition to these duties a security staff employee is expected to utilize SOP’s (Standard Operating Procedures), follow standard work, and optimize security processes to protect the employees and business from potential threats. Exceptional customer service, communication, teambuilding and leadership skills are required. 

    The security department is part of the Environmental, Health & Safety Dept. and security personnel are required to respond to emergencies and ensure a safe work environment. The position requires good, sound judgment to analyze facts in changing situations with regard to administering the Lycoming Security Policy and access control requirements.  Strong ethical standards and integrity are a must.