9666 1 Quality Assurance Engineer - Aerospace

The Development Quality Assurance (DQA) Engineer is responsible for Design Controls & Risk Management as part of cross-functional teams working new product introductions.

In this role, you will utilize an understanding of regulatory, industry, and internal requirements to conduct independent assessments of engineering compliance to ensure fulfillment of same; ensuring products are capable, robust, and meet all applicable requirements.

Essential Responsibilities Quality assurance duties will include Quality Planning, Design Controls, Risk Management, Process Management Change Control, Requirements Management, and Traceability Management. Ensure regulatory, procedural, and contractual requirements are fulfilled across program phases

Personal accountability through quality stamp authority for quality of products and procedures Conduct and complete internal FAIs in accordance with AS9102 and internal procedures Perform pretest (conformity) setup inspections on commercial & military programs Perform qualification test witnessing and data/report reviews to ensure process conformity Ensure Lessons Learned are taken into account for new proposals and programs

Work for continuous improvement in processes and execution Monitor and process nonconformances to internal procedures Identify needs / causes, present analysis of research, develop and communicate potential resolutions Deliver quality products as part of a cross functional team Potential travel expectations: ~30% beyond base metro area.

Qualifications/Requirements

Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, or Industrial Engineering from an accredited university or college (or a high school diploma / GED and a minimum of 4 years of relevant experience in Quality or Engineering) Minimum of 4 additional years of experience within a relevant Quality or Engineering position

Strong convictions regarding quality, safety, and processes; tempered with flexibility to meet needs without compromising requirements In depth experience with generation and completion of First Article Inspections (FAIs) in accordance with AS9102

Experience with aerospace qualification testing; procedural compliance, verification of data Proven analytical and organizational ability Experience with complex airborne electrical systems Ability to coordinate multiple projects simultaneously Command of engineering development inputs, outputs, interdependencies, and business cases Experience with industry standards AS9100, and AS9145 (APQP) Experience with aerospace regulations and standards pertaining to aviation product development specifically, 14 CFR Part 25, ARP4754A, DO178C, and DO254

Skilled in use of Discus, Nitro Pro, or Adobe Acrobat Pro Skilled in use of standard Microsoft Office programs Internal auditor experience

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