Jr. EE Quality Engineer

Company Name:
Butler America
Jr. EE Quality Engineer
Location: Simsbury, CT
Contract Length:Temp to hire
Job Details:
This position will primarily support the Electronics Team. The candidate will be responsible for all aspects of quality engineering.
Develop product specific quality programs that comply with customer requirements and achieve cost and delivery expectations.
Determine root cause and implement corrective action for customer complaints and product defects.
Host external quality audits and participate in internal quality audits.
Participates in new product development and failure investigations.
Use Lean Manufacturing tools to improve quality and reduce defects.
Conduct GR&R; and process capability studies.
Interface with a variety of personnel in support of production including operators, quality engineers, inspectors, shop floor supervisors, program managers, project engineers and design engineers.
Interface with suppliers and customers concerning program quality requirements.
The successful candidate must have a BS/MS in an engineering discipline, have a substantial electronics background and have experience in a manufacturing environment.
Required experience includes:
Interfacing with customers and suppliers concerning product quality.
Interpreting customer specifications and maintaining an appropriate quality program.
Must have production floor experience, defect reduction, and process improvement.
Root cause/corrective and preventative action.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
Proficient with Microsoft Office suite software.
Experience in Lean Manufacturing or Continuous Improvement.
Electronics Manufacturing & Design Knowledge (IPC & J-STD Specifications, PCBA Design, etc.)
Desired skills:
Six Sigma Black or Green Belt or be familiar with basic statistical analysis. Experience working directly with customers and suppliers. IPC Certifications.
Job Location: Simsbury, CT
Nature of Employment: Contract
Job Number: 42832
Number of Openings: 1
Category: Aerospace, Aviation & Defense

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