- Performs a variety of post contract award functions, e.g., prepares Quality Assurance Letters of Instruction (QALI); prepares QA Post Award Agenda and conducts QA Post Award Conference; reviews First Article Acceptance Test (FAAT) and Lot Acceptance Test (LAT) plans and reports, and recommends acceptance or rejection; review TDP for completeness and adequacy; performs liaison with the appropriate contract administration service, conducts on-site visits to ensure that uniform application of quality assurance requirements is maintained; investigates manufacturing field problems and resolves quality deficiency reports; performs root cause analysis; enforces QA contractual requirements; reviews quality assurance plans to domestic and/or international standards.
- Performs audit and analysis functions to include conformance, product and process audits at government and commercial facilities; performs analysis of manufacturing and statistical process controls using empirical and statistical means; has a working knowledge of such tools as Taguchi Methods, Design of Experiment, Pareto Diagram, Ishikawa Diagram etc. Serves as a resource for supporting answers concerning audits and analysis.
- Provides necessary QA support, policy, and guidance to munitions programs, e.g., provides input to Configuration Control Board relative to ECPs, RFVs; reviews demil plans; provides support on environmental contracting issues; participates in Quality System Reviews, Should-Cost Teams, and Configuration Item Verification Reviews; maintains Contractor History File; when designated, serves as a Functional Manager for assigned munitions items; provides input to legal actions as required; participates as a voting member of various boards; provides inputs to briefings to various command levels and contractor personnel; provides staff support to various command taskings concerning QA issues/topics.
Education and Experience: Bachelor’sDegree from accredited university and at least 10years relevantexperience, including 3years of at least one or some combination of quality management, lab management, qualityengineeringor leading continuous improvement initiatives.
- Highly organized
- Proficient in Microsoft Office
- Proficient in statistical analysis
- Ability to communicate, both written and verbally, with individuals at all levels in the organization
- Knowledge of the full range of principles, concepts, and methods as to procurement quality assurance for munitions and the production methods involved. Serves a technical resource for acquisition quality assurance.
- Broad knowledge of practices, policies, and procedures of related organizations such as procurement, production, engineering, test activities, customers, and skill in effectively and diplomatically dealing with these organizations, contractor, and other Government agencies.
- Knowledge of a wide range of methods, principles, and practices directly related to the quality of control/QA fields including such areas as statistical analysis, control and sampling; and quality data analysis and evaluation to determine contractor compliance with the many associated aspects of quality control
- Knowledge of audit protocols, procedures, and methods for conducting a wide-range of product and process, and system related audits.
- Must favorably pass a National Agency Check with Local Agency and Credit Checks (NACLC), as well as obtain and maintain a DoD security clearance.
Work is primarily sedentary. Some walking and standing may occur in the course of a normal workday in connection with travel to and from meeting and conferences. May carry light to moderately heavy items, such as reports, data products, notebooks, servers, switches, and monitors.
- Must be able to work independently and with a group of people.
- Must embrace Beyond Zero/Safety principles of Jacobs to include; adhering to safe work practices and standards while performing daily tasks, taking responsibility for own and coworkers’ safekeeping and encouraging others to work safely.
- Must maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner to get along with customers, clients, co-workers and management.
- Must perform work activities requiring interaction, negotiating, instructing, supervising, persuading or speaking with others.
- Must be able to work under supervision and respond appropriately and professionally to criticism from a supervisor.