The Staff Quality Engineer will function as the project team lead in all matters related to Quality Engineering. Individual will work closely with R&D, Operations Engineering, Supplier Quality Management and other cross functional project team members in the development and manufacture of innovative new products.
Performs work which involves conventional engineering practices, but may involve a variety of complex features. Requires general knowledge of precedents in specialty areas and familiarity with basic principles and practices in related specialties
The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the logical and systematic conversion of customer or product requirements into a total system solution that acknowledge technical, schedule and cost constraints.
Direct and manage the workflow and product of engineers within the scope of assigned projects.Work on cross-functional design teams to develop new products, address design issues, and maintain existing designs.
Plans, conducts and coordinates work in the selection, adaptation and modification of standard engineering techniques for electric transmission system planning procedures and criteria for transmission planning studies.
The Staff Engineer will improve technology practices and methodologies within the group and communication across the organization. Often apply outward thought; leadership. Representing HMH in industry groups and open-source communities.
The successful candidate will assist System Reliability staff in maintaining the quality and availability of the real-time information and complex computer systems required for the operation of the Electric System Operation Center (ESOC), 24 hours x 365 days per year.
The Staff Materials Development Engineer will be responsible for all technical aspects of metallurgical, polymeric, and ceramic materials used in the design and manufacture of orthopaedic implants and instruments.
This includes leading teams, interfacing to customers, earned value management, architecture development, performing detailed analysis, component selection, schematic creation, and supporting build/test of the designed antennas and RF Subsystems.
Responsible for the electrical engineering design activities associated with typical electrical distribution, communications, fire alarm and control systems found in aviation, federal, and commercial sites.