Develops, applies, revises, and maintains quality standards for receiving, in-process, and final inspection in accordance with company and contractual requirements. Writes inspection procedures. Reviews and evaluates in-process rejections and implements corrective action as needed. Participates in audits. May provide technical support to inspection personnel.
Coordinates the preparation of special project reports as required; satisfies the photographic requirements related to the project; and cooperates and coordinates with the contracting officer's representative (cor) and other members of the cm and client staffs.
Work closely with developers, professional services team, and product managers to define methodology required for applications development and/or systems integration in a reliable and scalable environment.
Responsible for providing automation solutions that increase test coverage an improve quality of application software. The position includes responsibility for automation development, execution, problem log reporting, operational documentation and trouble shooting.
Serves as nt engineer responsible for supporting and administering the health and welfare of nt server systems and associated applications. Troubleshoots systems at the os and hardware level using all available technical resources to resolve current and potential problems. Identifies ways to improve systems.
The Control Engineer III provides technical information and leadership to others working on a project to ensure that the work complies with all engineering standards, codes, specifications, and design requirements; troubleshoots engineering related installation problems.
Provide support to the Value Stream in investigating non-conformances, audit findings, CAPA, complaints, environmental alerts and SCARs by conducting risk assessment and root cause analysis and determining corrective actions.
The Control Systems Engineer is responsible for design and implementation of Process Control Systems using Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Human Machine interfaces (HMIs) including developing the controls systems software.
The Control Engineer provides technical information to others working on a project to ensure that the work complies with all engineering standards, codes, specifications, and design requirements; troubleshoots engineering related installation problems; acts as a liaison with the client and/or owner regarding the project process.
I&C engineers need a thorough understanding of the operational processes of an organization. They have a multidisciplinary role, working closely with colleagues across a number of functions, including operations, purchasing and design.