Job ID: 1924124
Location: , United States
Date Posted: Feb 10, 2020
Category: Engineering and Sciences
Subcategory: Aerospace Engr
Shift: Day Job
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Minimum Clearance Required: None
Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain: Public Trust
Potential for Teleworking: No
Quality Engineer Job Description:
For SAIC's contractual support to the NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) Safety and Mission Assurance (S&MA) Directorate, Quality Engineers perform multi-area in-line Quality Engineering (QE) tasks for critical government furnished equipment (GFE) space flight hardware to establish and/or assign government mandatory inspection points (GMIPs). GFE hardware is built by NASA for NASA programs such as International Space Station (ISS), Orion, Extravehicular Activity (EVA), and various other NASA exploration initiatives. QE support tasks include but are not limited to the following:
1. Review work authorizing documents and engineering drawings for compliance to NASA/JSC requirements and GMIP assignments.
2. Perform critical review of design changes, oversee failure investigations, develop corrective actions, and prepare investigation reports.
3. Review hardware and test facility documentation to identify pre-test status, and provide QE support as required on behalf of the test facility.
4. Perform flight equipment acceptance reviews to determine limited life status, certification status, and open work/issues.
5. Evaluate new designs for flight and critical ground support equipment to assure compliance with NASA and voluntary consensus industry workmanship requirements and provide recommendations to improve manufacturability/inspectability, and increase reliability.
6. Evaluate GFE change requests as needed.
7. Perform real-time evaluations of flight equipment manufacturing issues and failures to determine root cause and provide recommended manufacturing process improvements and/or hardware repair or rework methods and procedures.
8. Develop and/or evaluate new or revised inspection requirements, special processes, and workmanship standards for design and manufacture of high reliability equipment and systems for space flight applications.
9. Provide technical and quality support and guidance to less experienced quality personnel.
10. Complete all necessary GFE QE training/certification curriculum, and once certified, serve as mentor to other GFE QE personnel during their on-the-job training.
11. (Optional) Pursue certification in the secondary discipline of GFE Safety, and complete all necessary training/certification curriculum. Once completed, the GFE QE would be considered “cross-trained” in GFE Safety and may be asked on occasions to perform tasks such as GFE project hazard and FMEA/CIL review, GFE project anomaly support, and GFE project design review support.
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