Quality Engineer (Engineer II) (Supporting NASA at Johnson Space Center)
The Quality Engineer will work to improve existing procedures and processes within our system and collaborate with team members to improve quality controls, tests, and verifications. The successful candidate should have sound experience in reviewing/ensuring test parameters are identified, a history of participating in peer reviews and the ability to implement control systems for Quality Assurance. Additional experience with the following requirements are listed below:
- Conduct problem investigations, create finding reports and determine corrective and preventive action plans.
- Review/Approve purchase requisitions/orders in accordance with company operating procedures and quality guidelines.
- Review trend data to determine preventative action plans.
- Review and approve work authorizing documents in accordance with company operating procedures, and quality guidelines.
- Review and approve drawings to ensure adequate fabrication requirements are identified.
- Review and approve discrepancy reports to ensure workability and adherence to company polices and quality guidelines. Also, serve as MRB voting member.
- Create, update and maintain operating procedures and desk instructions (when assigned as Book Manager) to document current processes.
- Partner with engineering to determine need to convene an Off-Nominal Review and document concerns.
- Serve as captain for open item review meetings to determine hardware status prior to delivery to test site or pre-launch locations.
- Attend design reviews and evaluate the review package for compliance with internal and external requirements.
- Conduct flight acceptance reviews and with assistance from engineering determine hardware flight readiness.
- Review Test Readiness Review packages for completeness and acceptability.
- Submit the impacts of ALERT/GIDEP packages to NASA based on engineering research.
- Initiate hardware failures in the PART database when directed by the hardware’s Problem Resolution Team.
- Generate Flight Safety/Reflight Safety Assessment paperwork in the HAZARD database for SGT OEM hardware when it has been flight manifested.
- Willing to work extended hours as required.
- Able to multitask, prioritize, task and projects, as well as manage time efficiently
- Able to analyze problems and strategize for best solutions
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Experience with Microsoft Office products
- Familiarity with AS9100 Rev D standard
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
- BS Degree in Electrical, Mechanical, or Aerospace Engineering or a related field plus 5 years of related experience.
Successful candidates must be able to apply for and successfully receive and maintain security clearance per eligibility requirements.
Positon requires US citizenship or permanent resident/green card status.
Scheduled Weekly Hours:
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