Sr. Quality Engineer - E.E.
Richland, WA 99352 US
This position is for a Senior Quality Engineer - Electrical Engineer who will support the project engineering team to ensure overall quality deliverables associated with this project. This position will support the project as a quality engineer specializing in electrical engineering scope. This position will plan and complete tasks required to close condition reports and other tasks to reduce project risk. This position will provide electrical engineering technical input for engineering procedures and or instructions, support internal/external audits, surveillances and design reviews, and ensure procedure compliance across the Engineering organization.
Process Condition Reports and associated actions within the Closed Loop Corrective Action (CLCA) automated tool (DevonWay)
Research conditions identified as Conditions Adverse to Quality (CAQ)
Process Non-Conformance Reports and other tasks to reduce risk
Review and translation of simple to complex technical documents with objective of producing procedures, instructions, and training material.
Develop and/or update project engineering procedures and/or instructions to ensure alignment with corporate procedures, contract requirements and applicable codes and standards
Provide technical input to project engineering procedure, guides, instruction, and desktop revisions
Support Closed Loop Corrective Action (CLCA) program project initiatives
Assist with project process improvement efforts
Review multiple engineering discipline deliverables to ensure cohesiveness, coordination, and overall quality products
Some travel to facility and supplier facilities may be required.
BS degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited university or college with 13 years of progressive related experience. In lieu of a degree, 19 years of related experience is required.
Must be able to complete and pass a pre-employment drug screen, physical (if located at the construction site), and background check which includes verification of employment and education.
Must be able to obtain a Department of Energy badge for access to the Hanford Site.
Must possess the right to work and remain in the United States without sponsorship
Strong communication, organizational and teamwork skills
Ability to work independently
Good attention to detail
Proven problem-solving abilities and a can-do attitude
Be able to interface with technical personnel (e.G., engineers, designers), project management and potentially the customer.
Must be familiar with relevant Engineering Department Procedures (EDPs), Engineering Department Procedure Instructions (EDPIs), design standards and guides, and Standard Application Programs (SAPs).
Experience with Closed Loop Corrective Action Program tools (e.G., DevonWay)
Technical writing and/or editing experience
Technical and/or engineering work processes and techniques knowledge
Experience in Quality Engineering
Experience with U.S. Government contracts
Experience with quality assurance programs (such as ISO-9000)
Experience interfacing with engineering or other technical personnel
Knowledge of Codes and Standards pertinent to engineering
Experience creating presentations and presenting complex topics remotely and in person?
Experience completing and supporting surveillances/audits