Quality Engineer

Company Name:
United Technologies Corporation
The primary focus of this position is to provide quality engineering support for the Connecticut Assembly & Flight Operations (CAFO) product center. Role will also provide technical support and direction on projects within the CAFO Quality Clinic process.
The individual for this position will perform quality engineering activities for the Connecticut Assembly & Flight Operations (CAFO) product center and will be involved in process improvement, root cause investigations, corrective actions management and implementation and the Center Corrective Action Board (CCAB) process.
The individual will work directly with shop floor inspectors, manufacturing engineering, operations management and others to accomplish the required tasks in support of the CAFO business. Data analysis, creation and revision of standard work and providing performance metrics are required. Additionally leadership support of Daily Review Team (DRT) activities and escape investigations will be required.
The use of ACE tools such as fishbone diagrams, 5 why s, and PFMEA will be required to drive improvements and implement robust root cause analysis plus sound and effective corrective actions.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Support the daily Discrepancy Review Team (DRT) meetings and determine appropriate Root Cause and Corrective Action for discrepancies.
Support Line Managers in the reduction in Cost of Poor Business Quality and Scrap, Repair and Rework through the use of the ACE tools to ensure continuous improvement.
Reporting of key Quality metrics and top drivers for a military or commercial model line
Manage non-conforming material through the Quality Clinic and Return to Vendor process
Responsible for quality initiatives i.e. ACE/6S initiatives and ensuring that standard work requirements are met
Business Unit: Sikorsky

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