Quality Engineer



  • Strong background in Quality Inspection as well as Engineering background.?

  • Capable of reading and interpreting customer blueprints.?

  • Able to perform inspection of product to the blueprint specifications using standard measuring instruments such as: micrometers, bore gages, optical comparators, surface analyzing equipment, calipers, height gages, etc.

  • Be responsible for assuring Quality documentation is properly maintained.

  • Facilitate the investigation and elimination of causes of quality problems and follow-up on corrective actions.

  • Develop, implement, and audit inspection plans following approved Quality Management systems at TGSM.

  • Develop and analyze statistical data and product/process performance.

  • Provide support in development and evaluation of process capability, process control plans, analysis of conditions, and process audits with the objective of improving process performance and capability.

  • Ensure quality goals are met to customer satisfaction.

  • Responsible for several components of a project or complex components of a larger project.

  • In-depth knowledge of testing of complex gearboxes and components for the aerospace industry.

  • Fully developed professional able to work without direct guidance or direction from others



  • Bachelor?s Degree in Engineering or ASQ certification as a CQE (Certified Quality Engineer) required

  • At least 3 years? experience in a Quality role.

  • Proficiency in blueprint interpretation

  • Hands-on experience in inspection, strong GD&T knowledge

  • Strong math background

  • Skilled in customer interaction

  • Problem-solving skills (8D RCCA), PFMEA, control plans

  • Experience with AS9100, ISO

  • Proven track record of understanding and managing First Article Inspection

  • Self-motivated

  • CAD software experience: AutoCAD and Inventor, SolidWorks

  • Six sigma?experiences?or LEAN

  • Strong PC skills MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

  • Ability to read, write, speak, and understand the English language

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