Eng II - Quality

BAE Systems – Protection Systems is seeking a quality professional to fill an immediate opening for a Quality Engineer in their Phoenix, Arizona location. The Quality Engineer will be responsible for supporting several products within a given program area/market segment. The Quality Engineer will work in an Integrated Project Team environment and will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of quality for the team. Required travel approximately 30%.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities :

  • Provide oversight of all aspects of product quality relating to assigned programs including: inspection methods, data collection, data analysis, non-conforming material dispositions, and product/ process quality assurance.
  • Investigate and produce corrective actions meeting on-time submittal and acceptable quality standards for root cause analysis and preventative action effectiveness.
  • Ensure on-time implementation of corrective actions and verification of preventative action effectiveness.
  • Coordinate and lead Material Review Board activities.
  • Support Supplier Quality Engineering and perform source inspections, process audits and implementation of supplier development plans on an as-needed basis.
  • Gather and report results from weekly and monthly quality metrics for all assigned programs.
  • Perform continuous improvement activities to improve departmental and/or program capability in areas of inspection, cost of quality, quantitative process control or general process efficiency.
  • Interface with DCMA representatives as required.

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