New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc. (NHBB)

  • Quality Engineer

    # Positions
    Job Location: State/Province
    Regular Full-Time
    8 am to 5 pm
  • Description


    • Duties include working to support aerospace customer quality requirements
    • Review engineering technical requirements for flow down of customer specifications.
    • Quality planning of customer requirements in developing and implementation of internal documents.
    • Perform internal and external quality audits.
    • Perform root cause analysis to resolve issues relative to product & process quality.
    • Assist with development of PFMEA’s, Control Plans, and PPAP’s.
    • Assist with development of customer required programs like ZDP – Zero Defects Planning.
    • Training and support on new quality initiatives.
    • Communication with external customers and internal organization
    • Identify, monitor, and react to NHBB KPIs. Lead the development of action plans to improve performance and ensure achievement of goals.
    • Identify opportunities to proactively improve customer satisfaction, improve business performance, or improve product quality.
    • Represent Quality in NHBB meetings and reviews to ensure considerations for quality performance are included in making decisions.



    • BS degree in mechanical or materials engineering or equivalent.
    • ASQ Certified Quality Engineer preferred.
    • Six sigma Black Belt and Lean Manufacturing experience preferred.
    • Knowledge of AS9100 and AS13xxx series of documents required.
    • Five years experience in quality engineering and manufacturing field, including quality improvement tools and techniques, quality auditing, root cause analysis and mistake proofing.
    • Ability to use Microsoft office programs, with strong Excel skills.
    • The candidate must have strong written and verbal communications skills.
    • Some travel to customers and suppliers required in this position.


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