- Bachelor's degree
- Associate's degree
- Master's degree
Join a diverse team that supports the mission of the US Navy! Quality Engineering and Assessment (QE&A) provides direct support of the Naval Reactors Facility (NRF) Quality Assurance Program through development and maintenance of quality processes and requirements, consultation with other NRF departments and external organizations, and independent review and assessment of quality processes.
The specific duties for a QE&A Engineer include:
Assisting with internal and external audits to validate compliance with various requirements. External audits will be to NQA-1 and/or ISO 9001, internal audits will be to various local requirements and procedures.
Ensuring that all operations are conducted in a manner that provides and maintains safe and healthy working conditions.
Oversight of work activities, data analyses, and report writing.
Developing and reviewing quality program procedures, and validating other program procedures meet quality program requirements.
Support of, and participation in, process improvement initiatives.
Reviewing corrective action plans and providing recommendations to improve the direction of the plans.
Supporting NRF training organizations with reviews of training programs and materials.
Interfacing with personnel at all levels, including senior management and external organizations to resolve quality assurance concerns.
Other duties as assigned
The individual selected will be expected to develop a general knowledge of all applicable quality requirements.
The individual selected will be expected to routinely interact with management and employees throughout NRF to clarify existing policies, procedures, requirements, and program standards. They will also be required to work independently under an assigned mentor.
Minimal travel may be required. The essential duties identified are representative of the position but are not intended to be an all-inclusive list of all responsibilities.
Bachelor’s degree in a technical, engineering or science-related field from an accredited college or university
Bachelor’s degree in a technical, engineering or science-related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of two years of relevant experience; or
Master’s degree in a degree in a technical, engineering or science-related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of one year of relevant experience; or
Currently or previously EOOW qualified in the Nuclear Operations Program; or