The Quality Engineer for Sea Air Space Machining & Molding/The Technology House (SAS/TTH) is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day quality control operations.



1. Quality Operations

a) Maintain and calibrate measuring and monitoring devices and ensure suitable QC methods are implemented

b) Perform inspections (e.g., first article, first-piece, customer-required, CTS and CTQ, incoming, general)

c) Maintain quality goals and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

d) Operate and/or program CMM and interpret data

e) Assist with material movement as relates to non-conforming product

f) Provide immediate feedback on Quality of parts to QC Manager, VP Engineering, and Operation


2. Documentation and Reporting

a) Complete and maintain inspection and calibration records

b) Report and document Nonconformances (NCRs) and Corrective and Preventative Actions (CAPAs)

c) Maintain customer, regulatory, and internal records including Device History and manufacturing files


3. Supervisory

a) Train QC Inspectors and quality objectives for operations department

b) Assign work in QC department to meet production schedule

c) Communicate resource needs to QC Manager


4. Auxiliary

a) Promote continuous Improvement initiatives and assist with investigations on non-conforming parts

b) Assist Quality and Compliance with tracking and audit support

c) Participate in Production Part Approval Processes (PPAP), Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP), and assist with validation production runs

d) Desire to perform other Engineering duties over time to include, troubleshooting product & machine problem

e) Other duties as assigned



Key performance indicators, or KPIs, are a set of quantifiable measurements used to gauge overall long-term performance of a company, department, or position. KPIs specifically help determine achievements as they compare performance to a set of targets, objective, or goals. The following KPIs apply to the position and/or department applicable to this job description:

Performance Measure: Target
On-Time Delivery (OTD): Company Quality Objectives
Scrap and Rework Rates of overall company: Company Quality Objectives
Customer Satisfaction: Company Quality Objectives
Customer Returns (RMAs): 2% or less
Training: As Scheduled



Bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent technical disciplines
Experience in Quality or Manufacturing setting preferred
Demonstrate proficiency in time and project management
Knowledge of regulatory and quality standards (e.g., NADCAP, ISO 9001, AS 9100, ISO 13485)
Knowledge of engineering part drawings and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. GD&T Certificate preferred
Experience with lean manufacturing or continuous improvement preferred
Strong organizational, written, verbal and presentation skills
Strong knowledge, or the ability to learn quality systems
Have knowledge or ability to interpret complex customer quality specifications preferred



Ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally
Ability to operate computers regularly
Ability to remain in a stationary position for multiple hours
Ability to travel occasionally between facilities



SAS/TTH has a responsibility to comply with all applicable requirements set forth by International Traffic Arms Regulations, or ITAR (22 CFR 120-130). As such, this position may have access to ITAR controlled information, and the candidate must meet eligibility requirements to work in the United States.



The Purpose of TTH/SAS is to create superior value to our customers by utilizing advanced technology to keep our customers at the forefront of their field.

Our Vision is to be a customer-centric, premier contract manufacturer by merging cutting-edge additive technology and traditional manufacturing to deliver quality products faster than ever before.

Our Mission is to invest in new technologies and empower our people to continuously improve our processes to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations in quality and service.

All while following our company Values of: Teamwork, Quality, Innovative Technology, and Accountability.

About The Technology House

The Technology House (TTH) is a private, family-owned contract manufacturer blending advanced and traditional manufacturing processes to provide an end-to-end product solution from design to prototype to production. TTH was founded back in 1996 and has been at the forefront of engineering, product development, 3D Printing, CNC Machining and Injection Molding for the Medical, Aerospace, Defense, Industrial and Consumer Goods industries for prototypes and productions. The 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing community recognize TTH as a leader in the industry with over 20 years of experience.

Being involved in product development means that TTH is an exciting fast-paced environment with a variety of different projects with different needs and requirements. TTH prides itself on providing our core values to our employees and partners no matter the project: Quality, Accountability, Teamwork and Innovation Technology.

TTH's cornerstone of success has been the ability to adapt to industry and client market changes by finding new, cutting-edge material and technology solutions, then developing them with clients for production. At TTH there are a variety of products produced from retail store shelves to hospitals to the International Space Station; all are created under one roof, with one team.