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Quality Engineer Manager

Location:
Wichita, Kansas, United States
Salary:
950000
Posted:
January 30, 2018

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Hector M. Sandoval, CM ac39p7@r.postjobfree.com

**** * ***** ****: 817-***-****

Wichita KS 67207

SUMMARY

An experienced professional with success in Aircraft Manufacturing, Business/Program Management, Procurement and Supplier Management, and Supplier Quality Engineering. Major strengths include: Proven leadership, technical development and implementation, risk mitigation, cost control management, long term planning, and resolution of complex problems and issues. Additional strengths include Undergraduate Teaching and Fabrication (Composites, Sheet Metal & Machine Parts), and internal and external auditor for AS9100. A motivated, analytical, and organized individual, with excellent written and oral communication skills.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

SPIRIT AERO SYSTEMS 10/17 - PRESENT

Supplier Quality and Development Engineer

Supplier Capacity Analysis and Management

Analysis and Resolution of Supplier Manufacturing Capability and Throughput Constraint Issues

Onsite Support at Chronic Suppliers to Manage Schedule and Delivery Priorities, Production Planning, and WIP Management

Manufacturing Capability, Scheduling, and OEE Improvements in Supply Base to Support Spirit Requirements

Assess the Capability of New Suppliers to Industrialize a Spirit Statement of Work.

Ensures that suppliers manufacturing and Quality System, special processes, and products meet purchase contract requirements and applicable regulatory agency and government regulations

Perform Quality Audits per AS9100 for existing Suppliers as well as initial Quality Audits for potential Suppliers

CIRCOR Aerospace Actuation 1/16 – 5/17

Quality Engineer

• Assigned to the Actuation and Motors department working on A350 Nose and Main Gear Door actuators, Honda Jet and Gulfstream Fluid Control Components and Boeing Hydraulic Subsystems

• Actively represent Quality Engineering function on value streams and product/process core development teams in Actuation and Motors

• Lead the investigation of complex product problems and identify, recommend, and/or manage corrective actions resulting from problem investigations

• Hands on participant in early stages of New Program Initiation development including but not limited to product engineering/development, Product Qualification, competitive product testing, and prototype testing

• Conducts formal Risk Analysis using standard quality engineering tools (PFMEA, FMECA, 8 D, etc.). Manage risk throughout the product lifecycle using risk management tools. This includes leading the Risk evaluation and mitigation during the design process and working with core teams on managing product and process risks

• Provide input to design and manufacturing documentation including material specifications, drawings, inspection procedures, and manufacturing procedures, during the New Program Initiation

• Support with statistical and six sigma tools to determine root cause investigation processes

• Maintains an exceptional Material Review Board (MRB) program

• Leads and supports process and quality improvement projects using Six Sigma methodology to improve teams to reduce waste and improve efficiencies throughout the operation

•Provides technical support for Quality System initiatives such as CAPA Management, Complaint Handling, Training, Auditing, and Document Control to ensure compliance to regulations, efficiency in processes, and Effective Best Practice Implementation

• Provides technical support and analysis for monthly quality metrics issues

• Works cohesively with the sales, purchasing, and engineering teams on multiple projects

• Work independently or with other Team members to get tasks and assignments completed

• Assess supplier quality and perform COPQ charts for suppliers

• Reply to customer Corrective Action Request

• Conduct internal and external audits per ISO9001/AS9100

Zodiac Aerospace 4/15- 1/16 (Contract)

Supplier Quality Engineer

In this position I manage a group of assigned, key metallic suppliers for Zodiac Aerospace from a quality standpoint. The primary responsibilities for this position were:

To monitor the overall quality performance of Zodiac suppliers by utilizing KPI’s and Supplier Score Cards in order to maintain supplier quality performance compliant with Zodiac Aerospace standards

Responsible for launching and monitoring corrective action plans as needed for problematic suppliers

Perform Quality Audits per AS9100 for existing Suppliers as well as initial Quality Audits for potential Suppliers

Perform First Article Inspections per AS9102

Report monthly performance findings (KPI’s) to upper management and recommend corrective action(s) to be taken with underperforming suppliers

Promote regular conference calls, WebEx, and meetings with suppliers to evaluate performance and initiate continuous improvement plans

Improve and strengthen the relationship with suppliers and their support to Zodiac Aerospace as well as its various divisional buyers

Coordinate with Zodiac’s Suppliers Quality Team to maximize synergies

Assess the need for termination or renewal of existing contracts

Evaluating supplier capacity and capability

Work closely with suppliers to assure on time delivery and all incoming quality requirements are being met or exceeded

Member of the MRB team

ETIQ International 10/14 – 4/15 (Contract)

Supply Chain and Quality Engineer

A consultant in charge of several suppliers (process house and Machining houses) with the objective to ensure the achievement of quality and logistics requirements defined by the client.

I was responsible for the follow:

• Supplier monitoring through products/process audits and assessments

• Risks identification, impacts and appropriate controls plans (Risks analysis, FMEA,

• Supplier failures management

• Qualification of products/suppliers

• Assessing suppliers based on customer requirements and standards

• Offering expertise in measurable selection and surveillance criteria

• Performing supplier product and process qualification

• Ensuring externalized new product introductions and ramp-ups

• Implementing curative and preventive quality management to maintain supply chain

• Setting and achieving quality goals

• Proposing and implementing methods and tools to reduce costs and cycle times

Lockheed Martin Corporation 2/02 – 7/14

Supplier Quality Engineer Senior Staff

As the technical lead, analyzed technical data, designs, preliminary specifications, potential producibility concerns, manufacturing limitations, supplier facilities certifications, and parts/equipment availability. Participated in meetings with engineering, subcontract administration, and suppliers to develop requirements/plans. Acted as technical team lead to investigate and recommend potential solutions to supplier-based technical issues with specifications, statement of works, quality issues cost reduction and delivery schedules. Interfaced with all levels of supplier personnel, from shop floor assembler, program management, and buyers. A strong understanding of data analysis principles and developed risk mitigation plans to address supplier performance concerns. Posses’ excellent Corrective and Preventive Action identification, verification and validation skills as well as lean manufacturing skills. Well versed in MRP (PIOS & PDM at Lockheed) systems. Assisted with MRB dispositions of eSPARS & SQARS for quick resolution for the suppliers. Participated and assisted in First Article Inspections at suppliers. Substituted as Quality Engineer for LM when in absence of assigned Quality Engineer. Coordinated the requirements of supplier assemblies/sub-assemblies from Master Tools and Mate Joint Definition Tooling. Review sub-contractor engineering change requests rendering technical assistance to resolve tooling or manufacturing problems. Knowledge of supplier management, supplier quality management, design, production, product evaluation, reliability, statistical process control (SPC), FOD prevention, aircraft manufacturing and systems. Proficiency with Supplier Quality Assurance processes and procedures along with AS9100 and AS9102. Worked mainly in machine, sheet metal, and forgings and castings.

Engineering Senior Manager, Program Management

F/A-22 Sustainment Integration Modernization Program Manager, directly responsible for personnel who are points of contact for all Sustainment IPTs and responsible for the execution of Modernization Block/Spiral capabilities. Works directly with F/A-22 Modernization Block Leaders and senior F/A-22 Modernization Leadership to ensure the Sustainment Integration Modernization team integrates Sustainment and Fleet Configuration activities with Modernization Program Management, Product IPTs, SPO, and ACC personnel, to ensure smooth transition of new Modernization capabilities, from initial requirements analysis thru capability implementation. Provides necessary leadership and direction, and ensure the proper controls and processes are in place for the Sustainment Integration Modernization team to complete its required tasks, such as, but not limited to, requirements analysis, financial analysis, FY allocation, proposals, flight test planning, planning and integration studies, and aircraft modification analysis. Integrate business and technical plans in coordination with SPO/ACC, Business Management, Engineering and Sustainment IPTs to ensure a seamless transition from proposal development thru aircraft modification. Responsible for all costs and schedules for all Sustainment IPTs using EVMS tools. Maintained standards for project management within the organization following PMO Guidelines.

Aeronautical Engineering Senior Manager

Managed the Design Standardization IPT which was responsible for the development, updating, coordinating, releasing, and maintenance of the Airframe Structural Design Standards and Airframe System Installation Design Standards, Policies, and Procedures. This team was responsible for the horizontal integration of the structural and system design standards across the F35 Airframe IPTs. Coordination activity occurred across the Airframe IPT sites at Northrop Grumman, BAE, LM Aero-Palmdale, and principle suppliers.

Airframe and System Design Standards included: Fuel Sealing, Fastener Selection and Application, Subsystem Installation Methodology, Numerical Control Machining, Composite Design, Interchangeability and Replaceability, Power Thermal Management System, Electrical Cables, Electrical Motors and System Installations. Responsible for coordinating subordinate employee recruitment, selection and training, performance assessment, work assignments, salary, and recognition/disciplinary actions. Responsible for budgets and used EVMS for tracking cost and schedule.

Production Engineering Manager

Managed the design, development, and testing of the F-22. Directed the establishment of structural specifications, performance of stress analysis, and performance testing. I was responsible for coordinating subordinate employee recruitment, selection and training, performance assessment, work assignments, salary, and recognition/disciplinary actions. I frequently contacted internal personnel and outside customers and industry peers at various management levels concerning operations or scheduling of specific phases of projects or contracts. Conducted briefings and participated in technical meetings for internal and external representatives concerning specific operations. Responsible for cost (EVMS), schedule, and quality for the Production Engineering department related to the Edges and Integrated Forebody and the F-22 Modification Line. Manage the F-22 Production Engineering IPT for the Palmdale site to include Manufacturing Engineering, Liaison Engineering, MRB Engineering, Tool Designers, and Liaison Planners. Responsible for the budget of those five departments using EVMS tools. Responsible for the F/A-22 Modification Program with specific emphasis on reduction of non-conformances and meeting production span times.

Liaison Engineer Staff

Palmdale/Edwards site engineering lead for F-22 Modification and Configuration Management issues. The

Engineering representative (MRB authority) for F-22 Modification Program. Did extensive support for all non-conformances for the F-22 during the Modification program (working TCTOs, Flight Test Request, Engineering Inspections Requests, QARS and AEAs). In addition I was the AS9100, AS9102, AS9103, and AS91101 POC for F-22 Program at Palmdale and supported CTF at Edwards for F-22 Flight Test, CM and Modifications. I interfaced with site-specific test operations managers and program master schedulers to provide strategic coordination of flight test schedules, and test aircraft and supporting asset operating constraints and limitations. Maintained test article configuration to assure components were level four or higher on EOFC data. Fluent in the Flight Test Request (FTR) and T2 modification and helped author test and technical documents such as Engineering Inspection Reports (EIR), Time Compliance Technical Orders (TCTO), Aircraft Operating Limitations (AOL). Ensured that engineering drawings, TCTO's and kits worked together for smooth installation at Palmdale and Edwards AFB. Participated in Kit Proofing. Responsible to create or respond to AEAs supporting the Edges and Forebody.

BAE Systems 3/00 – 2/02

Configuration Management Manager

Developed, proposed, maintained, and advocated CM policies, processes, procedures and requirements for the BAEs Flight Systems Division.

Planned and conducted CM audits (hardware & software) of military and commercial Programs.

Implemented CM policies, processes, procedures, guidelines and requirements.

Experience in evaluating, providing advice, training, consultation, and developing CM Plans. Most activities were directed at Post Production Changes to a weapon system.

Responsible for ensuring baseline control and on-time delivery of contract deliverables.

Responsible for the tracking and submittal of Data Items to the customer per program contract.

Established change orders and prepared change authorization and documentation by company and subcontractor. Assists in AS9100/ISO9001 and other Quality audits.

Northrop Grumman 9/80 – 1/00

Quality Engineer Supply Chain Management

Supported IPT teams in approving new designs, changes or modifications for producibility and manufacturing constraints and feasibility. Rendered technical assistance to resolve machining problems with suppliers. Provided expertise for offsite manufacturing of airframes, assemblies and sub-assemblies, and hardware and components with suppliers. Experienced in root cause and corrective action analysis for mechanical and/or electrical systems; engineering change process; tooling processes and procedures; and planning processes and procedures. Developed and implemented corrective action and resolution plans with suppliers. Reviewed manufacturing plans for accuracy and made recommendations to suppliers. Ensured suppliers were meeting contractual requirements. Performed trend analysis and worked closely with suppliers to develop risk mitigation plans and develop an engagement strategy to monitor and improve supplier performance. Represented the organization as the prime technical contact, working with multiple programs and functional organizations to facilitate and communicate actions associated with product-related incident investigations. Acted as technical team lead investigating and recommending solutions to supplier-based technical issues regarding specifications, statement of works, and delivery schedules. Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings including Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T), manufacturing and process specifications and have ability to apply their intent for evaluating acceptance of product quality.

Quality Assurance Specialist

Participated in functional and physical configuration audits in house and at suppliers to ensure engineering and contractual requirements were met. Determined method and sequence of inspection. Inspected for machinability, interchangeability, workmanship, and dimensional accuracy. Coordinated failure investigations of manufactured products to determine root cause. Applied inspection methods in the design, fabrication and production of parts and assemblies. Reported, tracked and managed defected resolution for parts and assemblies. Created and implemented test, verification and validation plans. Member of the Material Review and Corrective Action Board. Performed Supplier assessments and audits.

Adjunct Professor, University of Phoenix 1997 - 2013

I was an undergraduate part time professor in the Business Management department. Classes taught are: Project Management, Elements and Theory of Management, Organizational Behavior, Critical Thinking & Decision Making, Operations Management, and Business Capstone.

TRAINING

Statistical Process Control (Certificate) Total Quality Management

Continuous Process Improvement Teaching Techniques

Certified Professional Manager (Certificate) Team Building

Performance-Based Logistics (Certificate) CMMI

ISO9001/AS9100 Auditing 5 Whys

Airbus GRAMS 8 Ds

Lean Six Sigma White Belt Certification Program Management

EDUCATION

PhD, Leadership, University of Phoenix, in work

MS, Business Administration, California State University, Dominguez Hills

BS, Business Administration, University of Redlands

AS Science, Mount San Antonio College

A&P & BS Aero, Northrop Institute of Technology

MILITARY

United States Marine Corps - Aircraft Maintenance and Flight Line Ops - Honorable Discharge- Sgt. E-5

BACKGROUND

Secret Clearance with Special Access (inactive)

Fluent in Spanish

Member of Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers

Computer literate in Windows, MS Office such as Word, Excel, MS Access, MS Project and PowerPoint, in addition to CATIA and CADAM

White Belt in Lean Manufacturing

Certified Professional Manager Instructor

Program Management level III rating

Recipient of Member of the Year LMLA Fort Worth



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