John C. Barnett (J.C.) / Quality Engineer / Aerospace and Defense Industry
I am seeking a full time position with a Company that is committed to Excellence in Product Quality, Flight Safety and High Reliably that will meet or exceed Customers’ Requirements and Expectations.
Conducted internal audits co-incident with AS9100 standards representing the company in that effort. Contributed and driven to closure in customer PFMEAs.
Have performed investigations and answered CCAR’s GCAR’s and have initiated and processed ICAR’s.
Scrap & Rework Reduction was an on-going and our ICAR system was our primary tool for Preventative Action and future occurrences.
Performed Contract reviews and Amendments to determine applicable Q-clauses.
Member of M. R. B. @Ducommun for the VH3D Marine One Main Rotor Blade.
Responsible for Implementing RCCA based on Discrepant Material Reports @Marvin Eng-JSF-35 Program.
I have provided technical assistance to both Q.C. and Q. A. with maintenance of the Approved Suppliers List.
Reviewed, Evaluated and signed-off Engineering Change Orders (ECO’s), both (Internal and External) and Initiated and Approved Planning Changes incorporating those changes.
Have Conducted Quality Department training as an Instructor.
Written planning instructions as a M.E. Reviewed (Approved/Rejected) Quality Plans as a Q.E.
Avcorp Composite Fabrication Inc. (temporary assignment through Aerotek)
Quality Assurance Specialist – November 2017 through December 2017
Assignment Responsibility: Process to Closeout Discrepant 767 Fairing Assembly prior to the Project move to Canada. Duties Included: Photographically Record, Assimilate Inspectors Report and Related Documents. Created a Graphic Report for each assembly to submit to the (Customer/ Boeing) for disposition.
Precision Tube Bending Inc. (temporary assignment through Aerotek)
Quality Engineer – July 2017 through November 2017
Assignment Responsibility: Present P.T.B. product to Lockheed Martin and Honeywell S.Q.E.’s. Review, Assimilate and Validate the Compliance of Data Packages for Finished Product prior to Shipment.
Marvin Engineering Company
Quality Engineer – April 2012 through May 2017
As a Quality Engineer at Marvin Engineering, I was a F-35 Integrated Product Team Member: (1 of 5 Q.E.’s).
My Duties and Responsibilities included but were not limited to:
Aircraft Functional Assemblies related to the Air to Air Fuel Probe System.
A.) Data Package Creation for Customer (DCMA) review for products such as: Bomb-Bay Hoist Anchor, Bell-Crank, Scissor Link and Door Lock Assemblies for the In-Flight Fuel Probe, Cockpit Armrest and Weapons Bay Bomb Adapter Assemblies.
B.) Review of Government and Customer Contracts, Purchase Orders, Specifications and Drawings for Approval or Feedback.
C.) Task the Appropriate Internal Department Heads for information regarding Root Cause and Corrective Action Findings.
D.) Conduct Analysis and Follow-Up for these Findings (G-CAR’s, S-CARs and I-CAR’s) issued to or by M.E.C.
E.) Recommend Process Improvement(s) based on findings from Corrective Actions.
F.) Disposition Non-Conformance Reports and initiate preventative action Issue ICARS as needed.
Reinhold Industries Inc.
Manufacturing Engineer – June 2011 through October 2011
As Manufacturing Engineer my duties include but are not limited to:
A.) Adjusting Manufacturing Techniques or Production Processes for Increased Worker Productivity. Collect Time-Study Data.
B.) Re-Configuring Work-Cells and Work-Stations for increased Production Flow and to reduce non-value added movement.
C.) Developing an S.P.C. database with Graphics and Whiteboard Displays to monitor Operator Productivity and Defect Rates.
D.) Innovation and Fabrication of Tools and Shop Aides using Raw Stock and the Machines in the Maintenance/Tooling Department such as the Lathe, Shear and Vertical Mill etc. I also Introduced and demonstrated the use of new Tools or Shop-aids.
E.) Report to Dept. Manager irregularities involved with Processes, Materials or Personnel and (if asked) recommend solutions.
Ducommun Aero Structures Inc.
Quality Engineer - August 2008 through February 2011
Manufacturing Engineer - February 2005 through July 2008
Quality Inspector - 1987 through April 1992/June 1995 through July 1996/October 2003 through January 2005
As a Ducommun Quality Engineer my duties included but were not limited to:
A.) Monitoring Manufacturing Processes and Procedures to determine Compliance to customer Requirements.
B.) Oversight, Training and guidance to the Quality Inspectors assigned to my project. Emphasis on lessons learned.
C.) Discrepancy Report Processing. Re: Findings, Investigations, Cause, Corrective Action, Verification and Follow-up.
D.) Review and Approve Discrepancy Report findings and assist Liaison Engineers with Customers communication (when requested) via (Telephone and E-Mail) and assist with final disposition determinations if required.
E.) Tracking and Evaluation of S.P.C. Data collected by Quality Inspectors on my program for Product Process Improvement. Create (Mini-Tab) Chart Graphics using data pertinent to problem areas or processes. Present findings to the appropriate personnel including Business, Production and Quality Management.
F.) Define and Interpret specification or drawing requirements for Technicians or Mechanics on the shop floor.
As a Ducommun Manufacturing Engineer my duties included but were not limited to:
A.) Creation of Process and Procedure Manufacturing Instructions Compliant to Customer Drawing and Specification Documents and Requirements. Develop step by step travelers and determine process flow.
B.) Initiate Tool Designs for Tooling or Shop Aids to improve Processes. Monitor fabrication of these items and train personnel in the use of the new tools. Generate Tool Orders to Maintain the Repair of Existing Tools.
C.) Evaluate and Summarize Planning Updates driven by either Customer or Internal Requirements and Create Reports that Identify all Departments or Personnel affected by this or these changes.
D.) Schedule and Hold C.C.B. Review meetings when Changes or Updates to Drawings or Planning have occurred and make these changes known to all affected personnel and departments.
E.) Work with Quality Engineering and Production Management with Investigations regarding Trends, Discrepancies or Anomalies. Teach improved techniques to shop personnel and develop Illustrations for guidance.
F.) Assist Personnel or (Customers within Company guidelines) in technical issues related to fabrication processes.
Lean Certified / Lean Sensei / White Belt / Certified
Think Reliability / Cause Mapping – Root Cause Corrective Action Preventative Action / Graduate
Microsoft Office / Glendale Community College / Graduate
GD&T / NTMA / Santa Fe Springs / Graduate
Emergency Medical Technician / Cerritos College/ Graduate
John Glenn High / Norwalk / Graduate
J. C. Barnett / Mobile: 562-***-**** E-mail: email@example.com