Quality Advocate

Position Summary

The primary role of the Quality Advocate is to act on behalf of the CubCrafters Quality organization to enable the success of the CubCrafters aircraft manufactures team in all activities. A CubCrafters Quality Advocate works independently with peers and management from all departments. Quality Advocates directly work under no supervision, in support of all quality department tasks, goal and objectives and they don’t quit until assigned tasks are completed within cost, quality and schedule requirements.

Responsibilities

• Ability to engage multi organizational teams and positively influence their success
• Ability to read and interpret engineering specifications and drawings.
• Perform in-process and final inspections of details, assemblies and installations.
• Ability to effectivity use simple inspection tools (calipers, micrometers, radius
gauges etc.)
• Document and record nonconformance’s in support of MRB process
• Lead and contribute to Corrective/Preventative action activities
• Perform Process, Product and System Audits
• Act as a CubCrafters Agent when performing inspections in support of Type Certification
Projects
• Understand and ensure compliance with applicable FAA regulations
• Support all QMS requirements.

Success Indicators

• Conducts business in a respectful and productive manner
• Achieve deadlines for assigned projects
• Maintaining accurate and up to date inspection forms
• Foster good working relationships with all personnel
• Never abandons teammates with problems, in need of correction
• Demonstrate continuous learning and self-improvement in all job functions
• High level of familiarity with Microsoft Office applications

Qualifications

• Ability to exercise sound judgment and make decisions independently
• Good communication skills, both written and verbal
• Strong technical, analytical, problem and organizational skills with strong attention
to detail
• Enjoys the challenge and success of continuous improvement, high-activity, high pace
and working independently in a dynamic work environment
• The following are preferred:
o Experience performing Quality System functions under an FAA Production Certificate
o Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) Certification
o Designated Manufacturing Inspection Representative (DMIR)
o Ability to Read and Interpret Engineering Drawings
o 2-5 years Quality experience with Part 23, 25, 27 or 29 aircraft

Compensation

COMPENSATION:
An industry competitive package is being offered for top notch individuals.

How to Apply

Applications can be downloaded at www.cubcrafters.com. Please send application and resume to
jill.hargraves@cubcrafters.com

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