Looking to break into the aerospace industry? This division of an aggressive $1.3 B manufacturer of aerospace components is is the second most profitable division in this publicly held international corporation. Customers include a long list of Fortune 50 industrial and aerospace corporations. Their atmosphere is dynamic and fluid. Corporate management is assertive, making acquisitions on a regular basis and building new facilities to increase market share. They started out with their first division in 1992 with sales of $20-30MM, and now sales are over $1.3B. They now have 34 manufacturing facilities in 5 countries. The reporting structure is remarkably flat with a minimum of established procedures. Their recently renovated facility is their largest in the U.S., and it is located conveniently right off of Route 8. Duties look typical and include developing inspection plans, supplier audits, project management using Gantt charts and Projects Plans, program launches, working closely with Applications Engineers, failure and statistical analysis, and experience using quality tools like PFMEAs, control plans, measurement system analysis, and process capability studies. Salary runs from $80,000 to $110,000, depending on experience. Travel will be minimal. Benefits include major medical, dental, vision care, tuition aid, and 401 (k). Relocation expenses are available. Requires permanent U.S. residency, several years of Quality Engineering experience with a component manufacturer, leadership skills, exposure to Gage R&R, and an AS or BS degree. Aerospace product experience working to ISO/AS9100 and FAA standards is highly valued. Some background in CNC machined products is also preferred. They will not hire individuals who change positions every year or two. A background check and drug screen is part of the interview process.