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Quality Engineer Customer

Huntsville, AL, 35801
March 12, 2020

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Betty Elaine Cunningham

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Huntsville, Alabama 35801

256-***-**** home

256-***-**** cell

Background Summary:

** **** ***** ******* ********** in electro/mechanical inspection: including assignments in External and Internal Quality Testing and Source Surveillance. 6 years first level management. 9 years in second level management.

Special Qualifications:

Developing Quality Systems for ISO/AS certifications. Write Quality Manual and procedures. Training Instructor for solder, safety, harness build, connector assembly, ESD and mechanical inspections. Certified AS9100 Auditor. Word, Excel and Power Point experience.

Review of completed paperwork to assure correct, scan into data base, pull data to develop ADP for customer.


Lee High School, Huntsville, Alabama

UAH, Huntsville, Alabama Human Relations/Supervisor

UAH, Huntsville, Alabama AS9100 Auditor


Self-motivator with expertise in identifying problems and solutions in Fabrication, assembly, inspection and testing. Communicates and functions well as a team with others. Works will with little or no supervision. Develop quality systems and procedures.

Work Experience:

Aerie Aerospace February 2015 – Present

Huntsville, Alabama

Quality: Work with Engineers/Planners and Customer Inspectors to assure product and paperwork meets customer requirements. Review work orders to assure all operations are stamped, dated and completed. Verify all quality data is included in work order (C of C, PO’s, torque data, weld records, paint reports, DR’s, test records, magnetic particle reports, etc..). Verify all records are stamped and dated. Verify EO’s are released and incorporated into the drawing and work order. Verify drawing and EPL revisions are correct. Verify As-built and NASA Install report matches EPL and work order. Assure NASA install report and IR tags are correct and turned into NASA. Verify FAB tag is complete and correct and correct on work order. Compile FAB tag folder data, scan into data base, and compile ADP for customer. Review vendor data packets for accuracy. Assure all tools were calibrated, calibration records matched NASA data.

STI Technology June 2009 – February 2015

Madison, Alabama

Quality Engineer/Supervisor: Compile data for quality reports to owner and customers. Verify produce meet the customer requirements. Quarterly quality power point on product produced and cost of quality. Reviewed and updated ISO/AS procedures as needed. Worked with customer on customer concerns. MRB board.

ULA November 2008 – June 2009

Decatur, Alabama

Quality Engineer: Reviewed vendor data to assure all data was included and correct. Sourced product at vendor to assure product and paperwork was complete.

Dixie MetalCraft Corporation November 2007 – November 2008

Hazel Green, Alabama

Quality Engineer: Contracted to write Quality System including Quality Manual and procedures to comply with AS9100 and ISO.

AIC/MTC Technologies December 2005 – November 2007

Huntsville, Alabama

Quality Manager: Develop and maintain quality system (quality manual and procedures: for kit build and install of modification on aircraft. Forecast work based on contract, bid contract, review contracts/PO for proper quality clauses, review and approve PO for material purchase. Review and approve drawing changes and work instructions. Safety Council lead. Interface with customer. Vendor audits for approval, Develop Power Point for quarterly Quality Management Review. MRB Lead. Corrective Action plans and Non-Conforming product.

Boeing/McDonnell Douglas June 1995-February 2006

Lead Inspector: Inspection and surveillance of assembly, disassembly, and installation and test operations on flight hardware, critical GSE hardware, facilities, support equipment and related assemblies. Perform final closeout inspections and testing of major systems through launch countdown. Interface with Manufacturing, Quality Engineering, Procurement, Customer and Design elements in the resolution of hardware and requirements. Maintained Inspection tool and equipment calibration log and ensured equipment was properly identified. Initiated non-conformance documentation, segregated and controlled non-conforming product. Receiving and shipping inspection of critical GSE and flight hardware per drawings and military documents.

Instructor: Perform training for crimping per BAC5153, crimping and connector assembly ESD and torque, as well as solder per J Standard. Wrote training plans.

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