• Staff Engineer - Electronics

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  • Position Summary

    This position is responsible for managing assigned industry managed programs for task groups; developing checklists and state of the art consensus qualification procedures; recruiting qualified auditors, scheduling pilot audits of suppliers using available and contracted resources; publishing audit/survey reports working through committee structure and due process to serve industry, government and society.  This position also supports implementation of company strategy and continuous improvement initiatives.  

    Primary Duties

    • Manage technical audit report generation/assessment with strict confidentiality and compliance with procedural and regulatory requirements; conduct technical audits as required; review/update audit reports; follow up and close non-conformances; ensure effective closure of audit reports for timely issuance of certificates solving conformance issues; provide technical summary reports to the assigned task group; provide required alerts in eAuditNet.
    • Manage assigned personnel including consultants (technical auditors and reviewers).
    • Motivate and guide Industry Managed Committee and/or Task Groups activities in developing standards, manuals, and reviewing audit reports including planning; recruiting qualified technical volunteers; monitoring/managing results.
    • Develop and Manage budgets of assigned activities.
    • Recommend process improvements for assigned programs and PRI. Identify gaps/problems and report to appropriate management. 

    Qualifications & Skills

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering required, Electrical or Electronics degree, preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    • 5 years experience working in multiple electronics areas (PCB’s, PCBA’s & Cable & Wire Harnesses), required.
    • 5 years experience working in the aerospace industry, required.
    • Experience in AS9100 Quality System, preferred.
    • Experience as an electronics auditor, preferred.
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
    • Ability to operate a Computer, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. 
    • Must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident as required by International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).
    • Ability to travel 30% of the time.
    • Ability to work for long periods at a computer/desk.
    • Standard office environment.



    EOE/AA employer M/F/Vet/Disability. We offer competitive pay and benefits.


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