Quality Control (Aviation) Consultant

Noble Supply & Logistics Orlando , FL 32801

Posted 2 months ago

Noble is a global eCommerce and technology company with corporate offices in the Greater Boston Area. We provide equipment, procurement, logistics, and supply chain solutions to customers around the world. Our global footprint includes sales offices, distribution centers and other operations throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia and Africa. Our team uses integrated systems to provide quick and efficient responses as part of delivering a wide array of products and services. Our culture is focused on integrity, exceeding customer expectations, empowering our people and collaborating to grow our business together. Noble is committed to quality products and services for our customers. Our ethical and fair relationships with our suppliers have earned us multiple customer appreciation awards. We also pride ourselves in a safe and satisfying environment for our employees. Our mission is to deliver technology based solutions to the worlds most difficult logistical challenges-no matter how tough the challenge, how long the mission, or how far from home.

The Quality Control (Aviation) consultant will be responsible for ensuring compliance in the Quality Manual for our Aviation Supply Chain Management specifications.

The Aviation Quality Control consultant will support the development of a Quality manual in regard to Aviation Supply Chain Management with focus on the areas of:

  • Purchasing Documented vendor selection system to ensure the use of approved parties
  • Verifies basic product conformance to design requirements
  • Lot Control and Marking Maintenance of lot identification and segregation
  • Manufacturer Traceability
  • Process Control
  • Inspection of Material Receipts
  • Test control / Test and Measurement Equipment
  • Records and Control

Ideally, we are looking for someone with a background in Aviation Supply/ Chain or mechanics, and the processes ensuring the standards of replacement parts are being maintained in the distribution process. A knowledge of the processes used by DLA will be a plus. Superior technical writing skills necessary with the knowledge and background necessary to refine and fine tune Nobles quality description for the aviation distribution processes.

Requirements

  • 5+ years of experience in quality management processes in Aviation
  • DLA contract experience a plus reviewing and reworking dispositions
  • Experience with revising and incorporating flight safety specifications for Quality Control Manuals
  • Proficiency in quality analysis techniques (process control, quality function deployment, problem solving, and decision making).
  • Strong oral & written communication skills, strong interpersonal skills, and superior organizational abilities.
  • Master's Degree preferred or related work experience.
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Quality Control (Aviation) Consultant

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