A highly profitable aerospace component manufacturer is searching for a Quality Engineer with some machining background for their first shift. This is one of the two most profitable divisions in the international corporation, with 150 employees and about $70MM in sales. Their customers include a long list of Fortune 50 aerospace corporations and they expect orders to ramp up with the increased post pandemic air travel. There are clearly long term opportunities for growth–the highly aggressive $725 MM parent corporation has a goal of making one acquisition a year, and except for last year, they have kept on this track for at least 10 years. In 2007, they had 16 manufacturing facilities in 3 countries. Today, they have 33 manufacturing facilities in 5 countries. The Quality Engineer’s duties are typical and include training inspectors, ensuring adherence to AS9100 quality specifications, developing inspection procedures, handling quality audits, and more. Operations include extensive grinding, as well as some 3 axis turning, milling, and honing. The day shift hours are from 6:30 AM to 3:30 PM, which cuts down on travel time. Their salary target is $70,000 to $90,000, depending on level of experience. I will show them qualified Quality Engineers with higher requirements. Benefits include Aetna Choice POS II Medical, Met Life Dental, vision care, tuition aid, and 401 (k). They also offer a paid week off between Christmas and New Years. Requires permanent U.S. residency, and 2 or more years of quality engineering experience in a CNC machining environment. Any aerospace industry or experience working with union employees is strongly preferred. They really desire a 4-year degree, but I will present anyone who has the right background. A physical with a drug screen and criminal background check are part of the interviewing process.