Field Engineer / Quality Engineering / Electronics / Optics / Rework / Retrofit / Warner Robins, GA

Develops Quality standards, methods, work instructions and procedures for the inspection of manufactured and Post Production products. Conducts calibration, receiving, in-process, solder, assembly, final assembly inspection prior to shipping, and shipping inspections of repaired hardware at the Fixed Wing Targeting Depot at Warner Robins, Robins Air Force Base, Georgia.. Maintains calibration tracking and completions for tooling within the depot operations. Maintains work instructions for inspection requirements, determining location and frequency of inspection steps throughout the manufacturing process to ensure quality products are delivered to the customer. Processes non-conforming hardware, identified containment requirements, appropriate root cause is identified and corrective action is taken to prevent recurrence to include leading a Corrective Action Board with the Depot team. Performs assessments and audits on processes and procedures to ensure compliance to specifications, engineering drawings, procedures and ISO-9001/AS9100 procedures/processes associated with depot operations. Interfaces with program personnel on all quality related issues. Utilizes lean initiatives to reduce waste and maintain continuous improvement. Makes the final decision on acceptability of product.

Basic Qualifications
Bachelors Technical degree from an accredited college in a related discipline. Ability to obtain a security clearance.
Demonstrated basic understanding of audit techniques.
Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision
Ability to interpret Drawings, Specifications, Contracts that will enable development and review of QE Processes, and related Performance Metrics
Ability to analyze and resolve process issues varying from basic to very complex.

Desired skills
Experience in Electrical Production floor level Quality Assurance testing and inspection processes and procedures, and
electronics systems testing and integration support.

Experience with optics rework and repair, harness rework and repair, Circuit Card Assembly (SMT and plated through) rework and repair, structure MODs, structure rework and repairs.
Ability to organize and track multiple activities and prioritize task based on importance
Ability to proactively review, interpret and apply specifications to determine compliance with requirements.
Effective interpersonal skills, including Team building and Collaboration
Demonstrated Presentation skills.
Demonstrated problem solving skills
Proficient skill level with Microsoft Office applications: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, etc
Ability to Travel
Experience with Root Cause Analysis tools and Corrective Action Planning.
Understanding of Lean Six Sigma tools and processes
Basic understanding of GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing)
AS9100 Understanding

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Job Location(s): Warner Robins Georgia

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