Quality Engineer

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Summary: Support the Quality Department in all areas as listed in essential job functions, working closely with Quality Manager.
Requirements (Qualifications & Skills):
Education: Must possess basic metallurgical knowledge obtained through formal university or college training or combination of training and experience. Engineering degree preferred.
Experience: Requires five years' experience in Quality Control and practical knowledge of commercial heat treatment of steel, aluminum, titanium, nickel, brass, copper, etc.
Language Skills: Requires effective verbal and written communication skills for interfacing with management and all levels, both in-house and at customer's place of business.
Physical Demands: Must be able to sit for prolonged periods of time.
Environment: May be exposed to heat, noise, dust, fumes and humidity
Must be capable of writing general procedures for heat treatment of specific alloys, in accordance with customer needs.
Must be capable of making written recommendations for improving Quality System and Procedures.
Must be thoroughly familiar with commercial, aircraft, and aerospace specification, ASME and military specification codes as required.
Must be able to read and interpret blueprints, be detail oriented and able to meet deadlines.
Working knowledge of computer operations is required.
Must have the ability to report for work on time, follow directions, interact effectively with co-workers, understand and follow rules and procedures and accept constructive criticism.
Essential Job Functions (Duties & Responsibilities):
Management responsibility includes assuming the duties of the Quality Manager in his/her absence.
Identifying and recording present or potential conditions that would have a detrimental effect on product, process, or the quality system and initiating corrective or preventive action procedures to address these conditions and verifying the effectiveness of corrective actions. May include controlling or stopping further processing of product until corrective action has been satisfactorily implemented.
Coordinating the interdepartmental efforts required to comply with quality assurance requirements.
Identifying quality training needs and taking steps to ensure training is provided.
Reporting on the performance of the quality system to management for review and as a basis for improvement of the quality system.
Communicating to all levels on the status of the quality management system.
Assist in general quality activities including control of quality records, monitoring quality objectives at all levels, implement, monitor, and maintain the BMS, evaluation/disposition of non- conformances, audits (on site and internal), implementation and support of the navigator operating system.
Monitor and maintain instruments including instrument recall, instrument calibration, monitor and maintain process control testing, temperature uniformity surveys, quench effectiveness, monthly mechanical testing, surface contamination test, carb/de-carb test, IGA and IGO test, burnouts and leak ups.
Monitor and maintain outside processing including evaluation of suppliers, generating purchase orders, review certifications of conformances and review test reports.
Support in process and final inspection processes, receiving inspection, contract review, braze and heat treat, temper inspection, generate and sign certifications.
Must work in a manner consistent with the EMS.
Other duties as assigned or dictated by position.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skills and ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. This job description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment. Bodycote reserves the right to revise or change job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

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