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Quality Manager

Garden City, NY

Industry: Manufacturing, Other Job Number: 47064 Pay Rate: $95 - $120k
The Quality Manager will be a member of the Site Leadership team and will lead and manage the Quality function for the facility. This position will instill a culture of continuous improvement throughout our organization. The primary responsibility of this position is to assure regulatory compliance and conformance to our customer's quality standards.

- Providing leadership and expertise to improve and maintain aerospace and military quality systems including compliance to AS9100, ISO9000 & FAA regulations.
- Managing the activities of the Quality function to include inspection, Quality Engineering, and Auditing.
- Manage the warranty return process.
- Enhance and manage a prevention-oriented plant quality system. Establish Statistical Process Control and improve process capability. Assure root-cause analysis and other problem solving activities occur with enough rigor and detail to identify effective corrective actions.
- Lead the Material Review Board process, coordinate/manage CAPA efforts and interact with customers (internal and external) on a timely manner and inform the customer periodically of progress relating to issued CAPAs, conducts and or coordinates complaint investigations.
- Author, change, and update Quality Manual and QA procedures as applicable.
- Review and approve new specifications and change requests and ensure that the necessary criteria and capability exist to consistently deliver expectations.
- Report on quality results, issues, trends and losses.
- Coordinating training for quality personnel in: CMM and FAIR generation.
- Coordinate and be the point of contact for internal and third party audits: AS9100, Nadcap, and FAA.

Position requirements:
- Bachelor's degree in an Engineering or Sciences course of study
- Minimum 7 years as a quality engineer in a manufacturing environment; aerospace or automotive a plus
- Minimum 3 years as a quality manager in a manufacturing environment
- Experience working with AS9100 quality system and/or FAA regulations are desired
- Strong computer skills including statistical software, word processing, spreadsheets and databases
- American Society for Quality CQE certification a plus
- Proven track record of being a hands-on manager
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills
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