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Do you have a passion for working on emerging technologies? Navy Strategic Programs (NSP) is growing significantly, and we need you to deliver the worlds most sophisticated strategic capabilities to our customers!
We have opportunities that include Advanced Hypersonic Systems, Glide Body Strike, and other key sophisticated technology insertions. Your early involvement in the design and engineering phase will raise your potential along with important assignments to stretch and hone your expertise. This is an outstanding opportunity to work closely alongside our Navy partners to build future systems vital to our nation's defense.
You will support a new team to plan and successfully execute a new portfolio Navy Strategic Program. Work closely with the internal and external QA team(s) to develop, apply, and maintain quality systems ensuring delivery of capabilities that the Navy customer has defined.
Your role as a Quality Engineer will include:
� Being the point of contact for suppliers and quality issues as well as engage with internal suppliers, product centers, and subcontractors/suppliers.
� Ensuring the accurate flow-down of quality requirements, interpret contract requirements and tailor the requirements to individual suppliers. You will lead efforts to resolve issues with conflicting requirements.
� Participating on the material review board, performing surveillance of manufacturing processes and verifying that proper corrective action is implemented to resolve the root cause of discrepancies.
� Building and maintaining Quality Inspection Instructions, identify quality deficiencies and follow up on corrective actions. You will also generate and report quality metrics.
� Guiding technical decisions to systematically craft the system design and the drive design evolution. A Quality & Product Assurance mindset will be used as an independent & objective judge of product performance, being the authority to ensure system & program requirements are met.
� Recommending influential program performance metrics and drive their implementation with the experience to identify adverse trends, understand/identify risks, and drive effective corrective action.
As a member of this strategic team working on groundbreaking technologies, you will be exposed to multiple opportunities for personal & career growth, supported by our team of Quality & Engineering professionals across the Strategic & Missile Defense Line of Business & across Lockheed Martin Space.
To promote the sharing of ideas, we at Lockheed Martin champion an inclusive work environment that supports differences and big-picture thinking. You have opportunities to play an active role in strengthening the quality of life where we live and work by volunteering more than 850,000 hours annually. Here are some of the benefits you can enjoy:
� Paid time off
� Work/life balance
� Career development
� Mentorship opportunities
� Rewards & recognition
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college in a technical discipline (e.g., engineering field) or equivalent discipline (e.g., math, physics, chemistry, etc.)
Minimum 5 years of QA experience or a related technical discipline.
Ability to interact with DoD, DCMA, and/or other government customers to build effective relationships.
Demonstrated experience in Root Cause Analysis (RCA) methodologies and in developing preventive quality corrective action plans, identify, and drive systemic root cause and corrective action utilizing quantitative, qualitative analytical capabilities to clearly communicate to others in a concise, data driven manner.
� Familiar with manufacturing processes
� Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
� As a successful member of the team that delivers outstanding results, you will have superb communication skills and ability to develop rapport.
� Able to work overtime and odd shifts as needed.
� Ability to travel up to 15% of the time.
� Ability to conduct/coordinate process and product evaluations and assessments.
� Ability to obtain a Secret Security Clearance and US Citizenship required.
Prior experience working with Mechanical Systems or Missile Body Systems (Propulsion, Structures, Ordnance and/or Controls).
Experience in a Program Start-Up environment or a development program, including Project Planning.
� Experience with solid rocket motor, nozzle and igniter manufacturing processes.
� Experience performing quality management systems audits.
� Non-Destructive Test experience.
� Experience performing First Article Inspections.
� Experience interacting with external customers.
� Prior experience with Material Review Board (MRB).
� Experience with Supplier Quality tools and processes, SAP/ERP, and EPDM.
� Green Belt Certification, with commensurate experience in applying and using this toolset.
� ASQ CQE certification
� Statistical Process Control (SPC) and reporting quality metrics experience; an understanding of the LM Configuration Control process.
� Possess knowledge of mechanical engineering requirements including Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T).
� Familiar with AS9100, DoD 4145.26-M, DoD Contractor's Safety Manual for Ammunition and Explosives.
� Experience participating in or conducting QA reviews including CABs, Corrective Action Plans, and Continuous Improvement projects.
� Ability to collaborate with program planning to manage the QA portion of an Integrated Master Plan (IMP).
� Strong verbal and written communication skills and strong interpersonal skills to promote and champion an inclusive and collaborative teamwork environment that supports differences and encourages big-picture thinking.
� Master's Degree from an accredited college in a technical discipline.
Valid through: 10/30/2020