A Quality Engineer is responsible for duties that include many elements involving materials and processes (M&P) along with auditing responsibilities, both internal and in preparation and leading of external industry and customer audits.
Reasonable Accommodations Statement
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Process requirement identification.
Effectively represent Quality in the onboarding of new manufacturing programs
Creating and maintaining report template design required by the customer specifications.
Identification of test methods and training of internal personnel on proper procedures and reporting.
Knowledgeable and understanding of customer specifications and requirements.
Responsible for internal audit activities including shop floor verification audits and internal work instruction audits.
Participate in external customer and industry related audit activities.
Write or revise various quality documents.
Direct involvement with auditors on site.
Auditing and approving vendors/suppliers.
Research Quality Requirements for upcoming jobs.
Support continuous improvement efforts with Manufacturing Engineering and Production.
Lead and manage implementation plans on behalf of Quality including overseeing training, and specialty skill implementation.
Review and approve Engineering planning to ensure Quality requirements are being met.
Ability to maintain regular, punctual, and reliable attendance as set by the supervisor according to handbook guidelines consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards.
Abide by all safety, quality, personnel, and other policies as applicable.
Complete all necessary paperwork.
Specification testing per customer and certification requirements.
Perform other duties as assigned for the good of the department and company.
Travel by vehicle and airplane for auditing.
Be actively engaged in the department’s 6S program and complete all necessary paperwork.
Formal education: Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Experience: 5+ years of aerospace quality experience, preferably in composites, or 10+ years manufacturing experience
Computer Skills: Must be able to use common office software systems.
Certificates and Licenses: None required.
Diligent in researching all requirements using all resources.
Self-Confidence in explaining and confirming inspection results.
Strong communication skills both verbally and written with coworkers, vendors and customers.
Strong attention to details especially with customer specifications.
Proceed with a positive attitude.
Knowledgeable of and when to use effective resources.