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Quality Engineer Resume


Desired Industry: Manufacturing SpiderID: 52859
Desired Job Location: Greensboro, North Carolina Date Posted: 7/23/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: August 2011
Desired Wage: Negotiable
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Other Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Extensive hands-on experience in the quality field as a quality engineer facilitating the APQP process, resolving corrective actions, ISO/QS 9000 implementation, implementing process improvements, conducting lean Kaizan projects, ordering correct production subassemblies and supplier management. Experience with corrugate, metal forging/fabrication, injection molding and reactive injection molding. Over 20 years in supervisory and management positions. Graduated the Noncommissioned Officer Leadership School and the Noncommissioned Officer Academy in the U.S. Air Force. Key areas of expertise include:
 ISO / QS / TS Implementation
 Corrective Actions
 Project Management
 Quality Inspection Plans
 Internal Quality Audits
 Quality Management Systems
 Minitab and Mitutoyo Vertex CMM
 MS Office: Excel, Word, Access and PowerPoint



Experience:
Professional Experience
April 2010 – Present I Quality Engineer I Aerotek at Magna Composites I Salisbury, NC
 Develop Control Plans and FMEAs
 Develop Work Instructions
 Responsible for resolving all corrective actions
 Conduct Internal Audits
 Conduct Layered Audits

July – October 2009 | Quality Technician | Southeastern Metal Products | Charlotte, NC
 Implemented receiving inspection procedure and process
 Conducted internal audits and supplier audits
 Implemented layered audits
 Enhanced the calibration system
 Implemented the APQP process
 Conducted training
 Facilitated the MRB
 Developed Excel and Access databases to track supplier performance and internal and external rejects
 Performed receiving, in-process and final inspections

April – June 2008 | Quality Engineer | CVG | Charlotte, NC
 Facilitated the corrective action process
 Conducted Kaizan projects

January – April 2008 | Quality Technician | Aerotek at Tyco Electronics | Winston Salem, NC
 Conducted capability studies
 Conducted gage R&R studies
 Wrote quality inspection plans for receiving inspection
 Used Minitab for data collection

2004 – 2008 | Quality Engineer | Morton Metalcraft | Welcome, NC
 Implemented and managed ISO 9000 process, conducted 5S Projects, directed internal audits, conducted dock audits and conducted supplier audits on site. The program increased our customer base and resulted in a higher level of satisfaction among those customers.
 Developed Corrective Actions for 56 registration audit findings in a timely manner to achieve certification
 Managed the value added support team (VAST) program
 Facilitated the health and safety program
 Created over 700 work instructions for simple and complex tasks
 Facilitated the corrective action process
 Steamlined floor layout for special projects
 Conducted Kaizan and 5S projects
 Troubleshot and improved production processes
 Supervised the document and data control coordinator
 Coordinated with Purchasing and Production Scheduling for production issues

2001 – 2004 | Supplier Source Auditor | Mocksville, NC
 Conducted supplier source audits of customer products prior to shipment. The inspection process consisted of electrical tests and visual inspections of each lot for acceptance prior to shipment
 Provided QS 9000 Introduction course and consulting services, helping companies to stay ahead of their competition by filling gaps in the business and quality systems that can cause problems

2000 – 2001 | Quality Engineer / SQE | Precision Concepts | Winston-Salem, NC
 Prepared and coordinated submittals to customers of APQP documentation (PFMEA, Process flow, control plans, work instructions, etc.) in compliance with customer and QS9000 quality system requirements
 Initiated a supplier management program by developing a QS 9000 compliant procedure combined with a slideshow presentation of the program to be presented to the supplier
 Performed training of a cross-functional team in root cause analysis using the 7D format. This training reduced the time it took to conduct the root cause analysis process by 50%. It also increased the quality and effectiveness of the process through the use of a systematic approach
 Developed an efficient corrective action process which improved customer corrective action response time from an average of 193 days to 17 days within a six-month time frame. Also, internal defects were reduced by 26% while also decreasing customer defects by 93% for the affected part number family and associated non-conformances

1998 – 2000 | QS 9000 Coordinator | L&S Automotive Products | Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
 Managed all QS 9000 activities to include development of operational procedures, work instructions, equipment operating instructions, set-up instructions and managed the document and data control department for implementation and registration. Implemented QS 9000 at four facilities
 Enhanced the entire training program to meet QS9000 requirements
 Initiated KANBAN system for pulling parts
 Coordinated the APQP meeting process for approval of all documentation and resolution of quality issues
 Developed APQP documentation for all manufacturing processes utilizing the cross-functional team approach

1993 – 1997 | Quality Engineer / SQE | NEC Technologies (U.S.A.) | McDonough, Georgia
 Directly supervised 20 employees in the receiving inspection, customer acceptance and calibration departments. Management representative for all UL and CSA audits. Also responsible for ensuring compliance with OSHA and EEO requirements
 Cross-trained the receiving inspection and final inspection inspectors. This increased productivity, efficiency and the effectiveness of the quality department
 Responsible for supporting material quality of 11 production lines to support production volumes of 2,000 to 2,500 computer products per day
 Controlled material quality standards for computer and printer products worth $200–300 million annually
 Developed technical process working instructions and operating procedures for all received material, finished product inspections and calibration procedures for oscilloscopes and color analyzers for computer monitors
 Conducted supplier audits

1973 – 1993 | Management Analyst / Avionics Technician | U.S. Air Force | Belleville, Illinois
 Organized and coordinated management engineering studies utilizing industrial engineering statistical techniques
 Supervised the quality department, of the management engineering team at headquarters level, to ensure the statistical quality of all manpower standard reports met the requirements for Congressional approval
 Analyzed and repaired aircraft avionics electronic systems using wiring diagrams and test equipment
 Ordered, stocked and issues aircraft parts inventories
 Scheduled repair of aircraft systems


Education:
Associates Degree, Resource Management | U.S. Air Force

Professional Coursework
 ISO 9000 Internal Auditor Training Course - BBI Quality Solutions - Certificate Number 99-114 -
(Training course approved through ANSI-RAB and is equivalent to ASQ certification as a CQA.)
 TS16969 Internal Auditor Training course – Gaffney, SC Community College
 Planning and Conducting Management Audits, Rock Island, IL
 Non Commissioned Officer (NCO) Leadership School
 NCO Academy, K.I. Sawyer AFB, MI
 Manpower Management Course - 400 hours, Keesler AFB, MS
 Human Communications Techniques, Altus AFB, OK
 Avionics Instrument Systems Specialist Course – Chanute AFB, IL
 Avionics Instrument Technician (7 Level) Course – Dover AFB, DE
 On-the-Job (OJT) Trainer Course – 24 hours, Altus AFB, OK
 Avionics Computer Systems and Altimeter Course – 16 hours, March AFB, CA
 Flight Director System (FD109) Course – 86 hours, March AFB, CA





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