The Quality Engineer will be supporting the Machining and Integrated Assembly Divisions and will be responsible to ensure the highest of standards are upheld during the sourcing and manufacture of advanced hardware. Salary range: $55K - $75K per year.

The optimal candidate has a passion for Quality Improvement and Corrective Action implementation. This role has significant leadership opportunity and is part of a rapidly growing, dynamic organization. Technical excellence, as well as stellar interpersonal team skills, are key attributes of top candidates.



Read and interpret customer drawings that include GD&T and multi-level Bills Of Materials
Perform advanced manual inspections with gauging tools and perform visual product Inspections
Solve practical problems in situations where only limited standardization exists
Demonstrate effective interpersonal skills, including Team building and Collaboration
Create/refine Manufacturing Work Instructions and Quality Inspection plans
Submit Customer First Article, Final inspection reports and drawing/specification change requests
Record and Trend Quality performance data
Create/refine Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (PFMEA)
Participate in Material Review Board (MRB) disposition activities
Lead/Facilitate internal Continuous Improvement efforts
Lead Customer escapes containments and Root Cause Corrective Action utilizing advanced problem solving
Provide training to employees on Quality related topics
Interface with Customer Quality and Engineering Reps
Manage Customers supplier scorecard reviews and improvement activities
Conduct Source Inspections and also schedule contracted Source inspections where necessary
Audit internal and supplier processes
Own, direct and establish metrics for Supplier Quality Management
Makes the final decision on acceptability of product
Other duties as assigned
Education and Experience:

Bachelor of Science required with an emphasis in Engineering from an accredited four-year institution.
ASQ CQE (Certified Quality Engineer) and / or CQIA (Certified Quality Improvement Associate) desired
3-10 years of relevant Manufacturing experience in the Aerospace industry highly preferred
Experience developing quality standards, methods, work instructions and procedures for the inspection of manufactured products