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Supplier Quality Engineer - Aerospace Assemblies - McKinney, TX

Company Name:
Pharthenogene
Seeking 3+ years quality engineering experience in the aerospace industry, especially metals and machining, with excellent written and verbal communication skills and knowledge of the latest quality engineering tools including, FMEA, GR&R, Control plans, capability study and reduction of variations.
Shall:
Support customers and suppliers in the areas of quality performance, trends, and corrective action.
Ensure compliance and perform supplier audits and surveys.
Develop and implement programs to improve supplier performance.
Provide analysis and expert support to suppliers in process improvement activities.
Implement root cause analysis and drive corrective actions.
Very modern manufacturing environment in brand new facilities with the very latest high tech machining equipment make this a great place to advance your career and increase your value. An opportunity with an Americam Mittelstand where thinking is long term, employees are invested in, and employment prospects are lifetime.
For complete details contact Winston Fitzgerald Reuning at:
(609) 584-9000 ext 230
Or submit resume online at:
http://dmc9.com/wfr/app.asp
Or email to:
Please reference #35025 when responding.
Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 2-5 years
Job City Location: McKinney
Job State Location: TX
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $75,000 to $100,000
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