United Technologies Corporation Quality Supervisor, 2nd Shift in Lansing, Michigan

Job ID: 44390BR

City: Lansing

State: Michigan

Country: United States

Category: Quality

Job Type: Full-Time


Second Shift: 2:30 pm – 10 pm

Pratt & Whitney AutoAir is looking for an Operations Quality Supervisor to lead the Manufacturing Inspection Cell for Fan Blades and Structural Guide Vanes for the Next Generation Part Family (NGPF) of jet aircraft engines, in driving on-time delivery, flawless quality, and cost reduction.

Primary responsibilities include:

Leading cell in ensuring product and process compliance by providing Inspectors with guidance and direction with regards to quality systems and requirements.

Working closely with Operations Management team to meet short term customer delivery commits while implementing resource planning strategies in support of long term demands.

Providing leadership in solving value stream quality challenges by driving the implementation of new inspection technologies that achieve process, reliability, and productivity improvements to ensure cell and site success and customer satisfaction.

Attracting, developing, and mentoring diverse talent in Operations Quality to improve competency of skill sets through cross training, while ensuring overtime, and productivity goals are met.

Driving product and process improvement that ensure Quality metric goals are met (Escapes/COPQ/Scrap/Rework/Process Cert).

Driving a culture of continuous improvement through the use of ACE tools to implement change that sustains ACE Gold performance and supports the site.

Creating a safe work environment by promoting a safe culture and driving EH&S improvements that reduce ergonomic and other injury risks on inspection processes.


Required Qualifications:

6 - 10+ years of experience in quality required, of which at least 3 years should be in Quality Administration or Engineering.

Preferred Qualifications:

4 - 7+ years of experience in quality preferred, of which at least 3 years should be in Quality Administration or Engineering.

Working knowledge of FAA regulatory requirements for repair stations (FAR 145 including knowledge of FAR 21, 43, and 121 subpart L) and experience working with government aviation authorities preferred.

An understanding of Quality Procedures, Quality Management Systems, AS9100 and Regulatory Agency Requirements.

Demonstrated ability to interface with all levels of management and external customers (DCMA, FAA, etc.).

Knowledge and experience with Six Sigma and/or process control tools.

Experience in using ACE tools to make process improvements in a manufacturing environment.

Ability to lead projects, develop, and mentor other leaders.

Strong interpersonal and communication skills.

Possess the ability to facilitate and motivate teams.

Experience in supervising bargaining unit hourly associates is highly desired.

United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.