NOTE: POSITION WILL BE POSTED IN WILLISTON, VT AND SACO, ME. HOWEVER, ONLY ONE POSITION WILL BE FILLED.
primary job responsibilities include developing test plans and reports,
conducting regular Technical Data Package (TDP) compliance and process audits,
ensuring that all contractual and quality system requirements are understood
and flowed to the suppliers, reviewing and maintaining procedures, developing variation
reduction plans, and the resolution of internal and external quality issues.
The position is also responsible for monitoring and reporting supplier and/or
customer quality performance and initiating preventive and corrective action,
The role requires frequent interface with suppliers,
manufacturing operations, customers and the Defense Contract Management Agency
(DCMA), including communicating results, issues, resolutions, recommendations,
etc. Candidate must be self-motivated,
work independently, lead projects and area initiatives, act with integrity, and
work collaboratively with customers and all levels and functions within the organization.
degree in Engineering or equivalent experience.
CQE (certified quality engineer) or other demonstration of quality
experience/knowledge, Understanding of quality
tools/methods, including SPC, FMEA, Control Plans, DOE, Auditing, etc.
and computer analysis skills The person must be capable of traveling
frequently. Excellent communication
(oral and written) skills. Ability to
read and interpret engineering drawings
6+ years of experience required. The person must have engineering (quality or
other) experience in the defense industry and experience interfacing with
Significant knowledge/experience with machining operations.
Basic to advanced auditing and inspection method
knowledge. Ability to read and
understand technical drawings & specifications (GD&T format). General
computer skills including Office suite.
Implementation experience with process improvement tools such as SPC,
FMEA, Control Plans, Process Mapping, etc.
Excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively
communicate results, issues, recommendations, etc.