Experience Required: 6-9 Years
Education Required: None Required
Plans, organizes, directs and reports on all supplier quality-related activities in cooperation with the supply chain organization. Participates in the cross functional commodity management team. Communicates engineering, manufacturing and quality requirements to the assigned suppliers. Assures that customer quality-imposed technical requirements are adhered to by supplier and that a quality system is maintained. Conducts programs designed to improve supplier performance, productivity, and process validation. Prepares, maintains and reviews procurement quality assurance procedures to assure compliance with customer requirements. Reviews and analyzes corrective action reports, non-conforming reports and purchase orders in an effort to reduce and eliminate defects. Monitors quality control activities and systems at supplier and subcontractor facilities, and maintains feedback loops.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Work cross functionally with EAI engineering, supply chain, quality organizations to ensure that the supplier understands and can comply with the technical, capacity, quality and FAA imposed requirements
Review and direct the supplier’s manufacturing, engineering and quality teams to ensure the supplier’s product conforms to all of the requirements
Participate with the supply chain organization in selecting and qualifying suppliers
Direct the supplier in continuing performance improvement programs
Perform and/or participate in Supplier certification, business and product audits consistent with AS9100 requirements
Work with the supplier to ensure conformity and to issue a Statement of Conformity (8130-9) sufficient to submit and conformed product and documentation package to the FAA or its designee for Airworthiness Approval Tag (8130-3)
Resolve technical, manufacturing, quality issues with the supplier and coordinate such with the appropriate EAI organizations
Participate with the supplier in design for manufacturing reviews and represent supplier’s input within EAI to ensure optimal design for manufacturing solutions
Perform Run at Rate, capacity analysis
Perform First Article Inspection and ongoing product inspections
Participate with Supply Chain in supplier contract review and contract administration for those areas regarding supplier quality
Resolve supplier quality issues, working cross functionally as required
Travel to supplier and sub-tier supplier locations as required
Assist with the qualification and approval of new suppliers and maintain a list of approved suppliers
JOB SPECIFICATIONS Required:
Experience with aerospace major structures
Candidate should have experience in areas related to quality systems management, material review, corrective action, and project management
Experience using statistical inspection and auditing methods
The incumbent will be responsible for helping to develop the Supplier Quality Assurance program and to make sure the best suppliers are in place to drive the best quality products and practices
Knowledgeable in FAR part 21.33, 8110.4, 8120.2, 8100.7 requirements and orders
Aerospace Supplier Quality Assurance experience, at least 5 years of which were in a Supplier Quality Engineering/Auditing capacity
Training and/or experience in team building and continuous improvement processes (i.e. Six Sigma, Lean, etc.)
ASQ Certifications in the areas of Auditing, Quality Engineer, Quality Process
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