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Quality Engineer/Source Inspector

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Eaton Corporation Jackson , MS 39201

Posted 4 months ago

The Fuel and Motion ControlSystems Division of Eaton's Aerospace Group, has an opening for a QualityEngineer / Source Inspector. The position is based in Jackson, MS.

Makingwhat matters work at Eaton takes the passion of every employee around theworld. We create an environment where creativity, invention and discoverybecome reality, each and every day. It's where bold, bright professionals likeyou can reach your full potentialand where you can help us reach ours.

TheJackson facility has approximately 500 employees and is a leader in the design,development, manufacture and delivery of Aerospace hydraulic components,systems and services to the global aftermarket and OEM markets.

  • Youwill perform customer delegated source activities such as inspection ofproduct, paperwork, and customer portal information.

  • Youwill perform Layered Process Audits of the Quality Management System.

  • Youwill administer the induction of returned product from OEM customers (RA andRMA process).

  • Youwill partner with hourly and salary Quality team members to achieve team,function, and plant goals.

  • Youwill assist and support all final inspection and induction processes (OEM and

Aftermarket).

  • Youwill monitor production processes and methods to assure maintenance ofin-process quality levels and to prevent quality problems.

  • Youwill collaborate with Manufacturing Engineering and suppliers to improve manufacturingprocesses and develop methods to eliminate quality problems.

  • Youwill investigate and resolve product quality problems caused by processes,material or worker error.

  • Youwill review rejected hardware to determine cause and corrective action.

  • Youwill maintain accurate records to comply with Company policy towards recordretention.

  • Youwill partner with customers and attend customer and product specific training.

When weembrace the different ideas, perspectives and backgrounds that make each of usunique, we as individuals and as a company are stronger.

We are committedto ensuring equal employment opportunities for all job applicants andemployees. Employment decisions are based upon job-related reasons regardlessof an applicant's race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, genderidentity, age, national origin, disability, marital status, geneticinformation, protected veteran status, or any other status protected by law.

Required (Basic) Qualifications:

  • Associate's Degree froman accredited institution.

  • One year of experiencein quality or a technical field working with quality management systems orequivalent (AS9100, ISO 9001, TS16949).

  • This position requiresuse of information or access to hardware which is subject to the InternationalTraffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicants must be U.S. persons withinthe meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. PermanentResident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or Refugee.

  • No relocation is beingoffered for this role. All candidates must live within 50 miles of Jackson, MS.

PreferredQualifications:

  • Certification orequivalent.

  • Bachelor's Degree

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