If you are a Quality Engineer with aerospace experience, please read on!
What You Will Be Doing
• Reviews all design drawings and changes, operation sheets, process
procedures, test procedures, procurement documents, quality manuals, and inspection
analyses to ensure that the division's and customers quality requirements are met on
assigned products, programs, areas, and functions.
• Provides support to his or her assigned operation group including visual aids and
inspection analyses and includes a key role serving as “referee” in making “accept” or
• Provides support to the Design Engineering group on engineering hardware, to
the Customer Service Department on the analysis of hardware returned from the field,
and to the Purchasing group for procurements.
• Reviews quality trends based on quality data system information and interaction
with inspectors and production personnel, and participates in the generation and
implementation of defect-reduction programs for his or her assigned product or
• Assists in identifying the root causes of a problem and instituting corrective
action such as changes to operation sheets, generation of “Engineering Change
Requests, installation of fixtures, changes in workstations, changes to inspection
analyses and changes to process procedures.
• Evaluates discrepant hardware in accordance with quality requirements, and
determines its disposition or referral to the Material Review Board.
• Interacts with representatives from a variety of functional groups, including
design engineering, manufacturing engineering, purchasing, the program office, and all
production and inspection personnel in the assigned product or program area, as well
as within the Product Assurance Department.
• Provides recommendations to improve procedures that apply to quality and other
functions, such as configuration management and operations functions.
• Reviews quality trends to prevent or reduce defects, determine problem causes,
and initiate actions to correct them, convincing others of the vailidity of potential
• ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
• May participate directly in Material Review Board actions.
• May interact wuth DCAS personnel as well as customer and supplier
representatives on quality issues.
• May perform source inspections and/or surveys, involving visits to a supplier's
facility to evaluate adherence to the company's quality requirements for products or
• May assist the Repair Department in evaluating field returns to identify any
failure trends and perform failure analysis.
What You Need for this Position
At Least 3 Years of experience and knowledge of:
• Four-year degree (or eight years' inspection or equivalent,) plus two (2) to three
(3) years as an Associate Quality Engineer, or equivalent.
• Requires knowledge of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and
some knowledge of chemistry to assist with decisions related to paints, potting, and
coating materials and processes.
• Requires a knowledge of the company quality system, as well as contractual
quality requirements, which vary from customer to customer.
• Requires effective human relations skills to motivate others and convince them of
the validitiy of solutions to problems.
$70,000 - $100,000
So, if you are a Quality Engineer with aerospace experience, please apply today!
Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S.
OB-1136390 -- in the email subject line for your application to be considered.**
Olin Burrow | Executive Recruiter