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Quality Engineer Engineering

Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 37129, United States
October 06, 2016

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Aaron Leininger


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Murfreesboro, TN 37129


To acquire a position in the engineering field, that enables me to use my strong organizational skills, educational background, and ability to work well with all kinds of people.


Southern Illinois University Carbondale August 2010

College of Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology

Southern Illinois University Carbondale August 2011

College of Engineering

Masters of Science in Manufacturing Systems


Unipres North America-Portland, TN Quality Engineer June 2013-Current

Responsible for primary parts on six Nissan models including Altima, Pathfinder, Rogue and QX

New model launch responsibilities including ANPQP documentation, as well as, line readiness and maintaining quality systems

Daily line calls to make GO/No-go calls on part quality

Hands on adjustments to machinery and utilizing problem solving pertaining to dimensional accuracy of parts in accordance to design intent

Manage Safe Launch staff and participate in all new launch activities

Work onsite directly with customer on a daily basis as primary contact on issue resolution

Part of a small team to accomplish and maintain highest level of dimensional accuracy in all models history

Nissan North America-Smyrna TCS/OPQD October 2011-May 2013

Responsible for maintaining and monitoring quality levels for X61B, including reporting out on a daily, weekly and monthly basis pertaining to warranty levels

Analysis of incoming warranty data to determine problem areas and help support countermeasures to avoid negative customer impact

Maintain, track and approve requests made to the Regional Quality Fund utilizing business validation via the Quality Decision Tool

Organize and facilitate meetings between multiple groups to achieve counter-measure completion

Cooper Industries/B-Line/Co-op, Pinckneyville, Illinois October 2010-July 2011

Created detailed work instructions to comply with World Class Manufacturing standards

Coordinated meetings with operators and supervisors to create a new training module to be used throughout the company

Center for Environmental Health and Safety, Carbondale, Illinois April 2009-August 2010

Responsible for picking up and logging in materials that ranged from radioactive materials to cadavers and research laboratory chemicals

Assessed and improved safety conditions in labs and their processes

Obtained training in biological safety as well as chemical disposal and safety as well as security clearance at the University level

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