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Component Engineer
Ref No.: 17-02607
Location: Mason, Ohio
Component Engineer
Mason, OH
1 Year Contract to Hire

Job Description
  • We are currently seeking a motivated Component Engineer to contribute to the success of the Systems Engineering, Parts, Materials, and Processes Engineering department.
  • Primary responsibilities include leading programs as the assigned Component Engineer to ensure parts management plans are implemented to meet program schedule demands.
  • Program team member to address and resolve critical issues.
  • Creation and implementation of Parts Management Plans (PMP).
  • Review bill of materials against program requirements to assess risk.
  • Selects alternate sources of supply.
  • Approves all changes, additions, deletions.
  • Generates specifications for all new custom component parts
  • Component End of Life (EOL), Availability, Lead-time, and obsolescence
  • Cost Analysis for components used and selected for new programs.
  • Assists design engineers in the selection of parts that best fit their requirements.
  • Participates in design reviews for the purpose of component selection and standardization.
  • Creation and review of internal and subcontractor non-standard part approval requests (NSPAR).
  • Prepares handling and process instructions for Incoming, In-process, Final Inspections and reviews data from vendors.
  • Conduct detailed part investigations and data development efforts to prepare all data necessary for Parts Materials and Process Control Board (PMPCB) review including generation/review of applicable screening and qualification test plans.
  • Participate in/manage PMPCB.
  • Review and disposition of Destructive Physical Analysis (DPA) reports and Failure Analyses reports.
  • Interfaces directly with vendors and customers to handle piece part related issues.
  • Coordinates failure analysis and corrective activities on component parts.
  • Responsible for generating and submitting PMP reports in accordance with customer requirements.
  • Includes leading the following work package but may be performed by other members of the group:
  • Reliability prediction (e.g.. MTBF) of the board level and requesting the reliability information of component from manufacturers if required.
  • As-Designed/As-Built PMP Lists
  • Failure Mode Effects Analysis and Critical Items List
  • Radiation Effects Analysis
  • Failure Analysis Reports
Education/Experience
  • The candidate will have a BS or MS in engineering or related discipline with a minimum of five (5) years experience in one of the following areas: Parts Control/Management, System Safety, Component Engineering, Radiation Effects Engineering, Reliability Engineering, Component Failure Analysis, or related field.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills are necessary as the position requires program, customer and suppler interface.
  • The candidate must be a self-starter, able to work with minimal supervision and act independently as well as possess the ability to work in a team-oriented, matrix environment.
Preferred
  • Knowledge of and experience with industry/Government Standards (MIL-STD-750, MIL-STD-883, MIL-STD-202, EEE-INST-002, MIL-PRF-38534, MIL-STD-1580, etc).
  • Six Sigma Certification
  • Experience in preparing customer and/or management level briefings.
  • Experience with program and project tasks, including managing cost and schedule as well as associated reporting.
  • Experience in development of technical and cost proposals.
  • Proven multi-disciplinary leadership and technical skills to engage peers, superiors, and subordinates across the various departments.
  • Failure Analysis (FA) and past experience troubleshooting.
  • Experience in high reliability (Grade 2 and Grade 1) Space flight environments.
  • System engineering background with experience in System and Software Safety.
  • Experience with Windchill (formerly Relex) reliability software.