L3 MariPro specializes in providing undersea sensor networks, and spread spectrum through water communication solutions. We are a system concept-through-operations company with extensive experience in responding to demanding customer requirements. L3 MariPro offers employees a rewarding environment where you have the opportunity to make a significant impact on our business.
We are searching for a dynamic Senior Quality Engineer to join our team in Goleta, CA. The successful individual will be a hands-on problem solver with the ability to work both as an independent auditor performing source inspection and surveys at vendor locations and within a team of self-motivated employees, providing quality assurance monitoring during system design, material procurement, parts and system fabrication, integration, testing and installation at customer’s designated locations.
Key Responsibilities Include:
Technical support of quality assurance, engineering, manufacturing, and test efforts.
Provide input to and participates in Configuration Control Board (CCB) and Material Review Board (MRB) activities.
Active team member contributing to design and project reviews internally and with customers.
Assist with internal and external audits to ensure compliance with in-house processes/procedures and regulatory standards.
Coordinate and actively participate in outside inspection, analysis and other tests (i.e. hydrophone acoustic testing, component failure analysis, and factory/site acceptance testing (FAT/SAT)
Provide training for receiving and in-process inspection personnel.
Generate Quality Program Plans and Quality Assurance Procedures.
Develop Pricing and Delivery Cost Estimates, Department ETCs and EACs.
8 – 10 years of experience in inspection/quality engineering in an aerospace or equivalent type manufacturing environment.
Strong background in ISO9001/AS9100C (experience with AS9100 Rev D a plus), Quality Management Systems, familiar with ANSI Z540 calibration requirements, ANSI Z1 sampling procedures and familiar with SPC, TQM Lean Six Sigma quality engineering methodologies.
Must have current IPC-A-610 Solder Instructor certification along with current ASQE certification, Six Sigma Green/Black Belt with a proven record in business performance improvement.
Working knowledge of incoming and in-process inspection techniques; ability to read and understand engineering drawings, specifications; hands-on support for mechanical, electrical, and optical inspections.
Must be fluent in the use of MS Office, MRP systems, AutoCAD and/or SolidWorks.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
A US Passport is required – domestic and international travel is required for source inspection, acceptance testing, and at-sea system installations.
Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.
L3 MariPro is an ISO 9001:2008 / AS 9100:2009 certified company located near Santa Barbara, California. With nearly five decades of experience, we specialize in providing undersea sensor networks, and spread spectrum through water communication solutions. We are a system concept-through-operations company with extensive experience in responding to demanding customer requirements. We have adopted a... disciplined systems engineering approach to our overall design process that includes: high-level system trades, detailed reliability and availability analysis, active risk trades, and modeling of critical powering, fiber optic transmission, electrical, mechanical, and marine installation parameters. In addition, validation and/or monitoring of key system performance parameters are performed throughout the entire design, build and marine installation process.
Our systems incorporate state-of-the-art electro-optic technologies and are integrated with appropriate sensor technologies and robust mechanical systems to provide innovative solutions to demanding system requirements of the deep ocean. The consideration of at-sea installation is a key element in our system designs. Our proven electro-optic cable terminations, node pressure vessels, electronic packaging techniques and deployment packages have consistently exceeded their 20-year design life requirements. Following design, qualification, manufacturing and test our sensor systems are deployed worldwide using a vessel-of-opportunity approach utilizing our containerized cable system installation equipment and personnel.