Working in support of Longenecker & Associates, Thomas Thor USA is currently seeking a Weapons Quality Lead Auditor at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). This is a position to be based in Los Alamos, New Mexico.

Longenecker & Associates is a woman-owned and operated small business with 30 years of experience providing technical, management, analytical and other support to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) complex and sites, including many of the National Laboratories.

Role description

Weapons Quality Assurance Analyst/Specialist will possess the expertise to develop and implement process standards and best practices.

Responsibilities

  • Applies quality assurance concepts and principles (e.g., management principles, configuration management, project monitoring and control, etc.).
  • Provide assistance to LANL customer organizations on quality assurance issues and activities and support the supply chain assurance programs (e.g. receipt inspection, suspect/counterfeit parts intervention, supplier evaluations and procurement document reviews).
  • Performs detailed reviews of procurement and quality documentation.to ensure product quality from development of specifications through product receipt inspection.
  • Serves as a quality subject matter expert within the lab’s procurement system.
  • Receipt inspections require planning, performing, and reporting/presenting of results.
  • Perform Dimensional and Visual Inspections.
  • Inspections and assessments are performed in accordance with customer specified criteria and in accordance with weapons related DOE/NNSA NAP-24A requirements.

Essential skills

We are currently recruiting applicants that are legally entitled to work in the United States of America.

Education : This position typically requires a bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and a minimum of 5 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and work experience.

  • Advanced knowledge and experience with quality concepts and principles (e.g., customer focus, management principles, continuous improvement methods, quality business processes, reengineering methods, change methods, process measurements, etc.) and how these are applied.
  • Advanced knowledge and experience applying quality assurance regulatory, contractual, and technical documents, i.e., DOE Order 414.1D, 10 CRF 830, Weapons Quality Policy (NAP-24A), NQA-1 and Triad contract requirements.
  • Advanced knowledge and experience with inspection principles and practices.
  • Advanced experience in performing detailed reviews of quality documentation to ensure compliance with customer and defined regulatory requirements.
  • Advanced knowledge and experience interpreting Drawings with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance and deploying measuring techniques as applicable.
  • Record of working closely with customers to define expectations and mutual responsibilities.

Desired skills

  • Demonstrated leadership and engagement of people; strong interpersonal, communications and team-building skills; effective management of interpersonal conflict, negotiation of agreements, delegation of authority and building consensus.
  • Strong written communication skills and experience effectively preparing, communicating and presenting quality assurance or other reports
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the LANL Quality Program requirements.
  • Knowledge of and experience in weapons systems, weapons manufacturing, production, and design operations and practices.
  • Demonstrated experience reviewing and revising procedures and plans.

Essential Job Functions (can perform with or without reasonable accommodation):

Reading vision, ability to hear in a normal range (500 to 3000 Hz), sitting, standing, bending, twisting the trunk or back, reaching horizontally, reaching down, gripping with the hands, applying torque with hands or arms, pressing with hands or arms, pushing with hands or arms, pulling with hands or arms, typing or keyboarding, fine motor control, use of both hands, use of both arms, lifting 10-20 pounds.

Work Environment: Work near electrical power supplies, work with sources of ionizing radiation, work with weapons or explosives, work near machinery with moving parts, toxic chemicals, irritant chemicals, safety glasses or eye protection, gloves or hand protection.

Additional Details:

Clearance: Q (Position will be cleared to this level).

Human Reliability Program enrollment may be required.

Contact a Consultant
Jaleesa Hendking Recruitment Consultant

As the newest addition to our team, Recruitment Consultant Jaleesa is involved in all steps of the recruitment process including talent mapping, sourcing and developing candidate relationships, constructing offer packages and coordinating with clients. She also partners with teammates and customers to obtain clear view on strategic or financial objectives and hiring needs to develop and implement a targeted talent acquisition strategy for their needs. Jaleesa demonstrates strong values in teamwork, drive for results, strategic thinking, accountability, and customer service. Her primary focus is to provide talent acquisition services to the commercial nuclear, NNSA and DOE markets. In addition to her primary role Jaleesa has also contributed to the growth of our team through conducting various recruiting trainings and is a member of the project team for our global ATS integration.

Prior to joining our team in August of 2019 Jaleesa was the College Recruiter for FirstEnergy Holding Company for more than 3 years. In this role she fully managed recruitment for the Co-Op/Intern College program for all of FirstEnergy with an average program size of 150 students per year. She was also responsible for program reporting and analytics and partnering with Colleges/Universities within FirstEnergy footprint to attract top and diverse talent.

Since obtaining her Bachelor’s in Psychology degree from Case West Reserve University Jaleesa has become a senior level results driven HR professional with 10 years focused experience in Strategic Talent Acquisition, Diversity & Inclusion, Employee Engagement and Talent Development initiatives. From supporting small-mid size international companies to regional large organizations employing 15,000-33,000 people, Jaleesa gained extensive knowledge in many aspects of the Human Resources field and recently obtain her SHRM Senior Certified Professional certification in July 2019 after also renewing her CDR (Certified Diversity Recruiter) designation. She is comfortable working with all levels of leadership from customer service reps and line supervisors to Sr. VPs and CIOs.

Jaleesa truly enjoys being an active change agent for organization initiatives that aim to create a diverse and inclusive work environment.

Inquire about this position

or email: J.hendking@thomas-thor.com or call: 330-968-2690