TECT Aerospace and Power is a world leading producer of forged and precision machined aircraft components including major airframe structures and critical rotating and stationary turbine engine sections. TECT is also involved in the manufacture of steam turbines, electrical energy generation, natural gas distribution, and propulsion systems in naval vessels. TECT’s national presence is anchored by locations throughout North America including 11 manufacturing facilities. Our industrial capabilities paired with our technical expertise and integrated supply chain make TECT a leader in the aerospace manufacturing industry
We are looking for a talented individual with a technical and engineering background who is passionate about Quality. In this role the successful candidate will help us continue to build the robust processes needed to drive the high level of Quality that our customers demand.
The successful candidate will utilize skills, experience and knowledge to initiate, establish, and sustain methods for controlling the quality and integrity of all systems, processes and procedures related to the production of high quality components.
Understand and assure compliance with customer blueprints, specifications and other related technical documents.
Provide training to both hourly and salaried employees to assure conformance of their work to quality system requirements.
Prepare procedures for technical processes.
Assure that the documentation of the quality system is controlled, maintained and recorded in a manner consistent with the requirements of AS9100 and all other customer and TECT quality requirements.
Represent the company during audits of the quality system by customers or third party certification/registration agencies.
Perform internal and external audits as required to assure compliance with customer and TECT requirements.
Develop and maintain database systems used to document quality functions.
Assist manufacturing in performing studies to assess capability and provide control for processes and determine their effectiveness.
Determine cause and provide corrective action when non-conformances are found by internal audit or by the customer.
Provide technical advice and instruction and make recommendations regarding material, processing, testing/evaluation, and procurement.
Originate inspection procedures and methods and oversee their use to assure product quality.
Review gaging for function and conformance to blueprint requirements.
Review processing and inspection data to determine process capability.
Originate and maintain Inspection Method Sheets and submit them for customer approval.
Assist in creation and maintenance of the Quality System as described in the Quality Manual and associated procedures and actively support a process of continuous improvement.
Supervise hourly union employees in inspection and conformance areas.
Other Skills and Abilities:
Self-starter and independent
Excellent interpersonal skills
Ability to communicate effectively at all levels
Results driven, high energy and persistent
Decisive yet analytical
Systems and processes driven
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering – Mechanical, Industrial, Aerospace or other relevant discipline preferred.
10+ years of manufacturing experience – required.
5+ years of aerospace manufacturing experience – required.
Experience working directly with customers – required.
Experience in Aerospace Quality Department - preferred.
Supervisory experience in a union environment – preferred.
Six Sigma Green Belt – required, Black Belt – preferred.
We offer a full range of benefits including competitive compensation, medical, dental, vision, life, dependent life, long term disability, 401K with match, paid holidays, vacation, and more.