Quality Assurance Engineer - Torrance, CA

Seeking a Quality Assurance Engineer to assure our products meet drawing, specifications and contractual requirements for our corporate campus in Torrance, CA.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Quality Engineering Manager and other team members oversee the Quality Management System.
  • Verify the accuracy or performance of the product and performs a Failure Analysis Report.
  • Analyze failures, determine cause and initiate corrective action on returned product as well as internal process failures.
  • Troubleshooting inaccuracies or problems and share results and recommendations with team members.
  • Ensures customer's needs are being met per functional specifications.
  • Perform QA tasks to assure developed products meet requirements.
  • Uses inspection equipment and visual inspection aids appropriate for the article being inspected.
  • Assist in supplier audits, surveys and corrective actions.
  • Flow QA clauses to suppliers and validate supplier QA requirements are met.
  • Participate in peer reviews.
  • Participate in program meetings.
  • Review and approve program fabrication, assembly, and test documentations.
  • Witness testing activities.
  • Support the nonconforming material review process.
  • Communicate QA related issues and provide process improvement recommendations to management.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in an Engineering field
  • 3-5 years’ experience performing Quality Assurance Engineering duties in a mission critical environment.
  • Experience creating Quality, test and inspection plans and documenting results.
  • Experience with hand tools to measure or inspect parts.
  • Knowledge of ISO 001:2000/ AS9100.
  • Experience with testing, failure reporting and analysis.
  • Understand product development life cycle.
  • Understanding in hardware drawings and schematics is a plus.
  • Attention to detail and adherence to schedule.
  • Effective communication skills, good problem-solving ability, ability to multitask, ability to delegate responsibilities appropriately, and ability to work with a diverse work force.
  • U.S. citizen/green card holder.