The Association of American Railroads (AAR) Quality Assurance Program is the premier railroad product quality program.  The Transportation Technology Center located in Pueblo Colorado, is seeking two quality assurance professionals to continue the management, maintenance and growth of this program.  The position is critical to the continued success of the program.
Will be responsible for managing the activities of the AAR Quality Assurance Committee, including AAR Quality Assurance certification.  Responsible for maintaining Section J (M-1003) of the AAR Manual of Standards and Recommended Practices, including editing and preparation of technical content for publication on a timely basis.  Other responsibilities include scheduling, leading and preparing training seminars for both AAR and industry auditors.  Responsible for coordinating audit activities throughout North America as well as internationally, currently utilizing four (4) quality assurance auditing agencies, two internal and two external.   Travel requirements will range from 10% to as high as 50%.

Requires B.S. degree in engineering, mathematics or a related discipline.  Quality Assurance credentials and a minimum of five (5) years of experience in quality systems management, development and application, and audits.  Self-motivated, with demonstrated ability to manage workload with minimal direct supervision. 

Must have excellent organizational skills; a demonstrated aptitude for interacting with people at all levels of management.   Preferred candidate will have a railroad background with knowledge of freight car repair and or manufacturing, wheel shop operations and or air brake shop operations.  In addition the preferred candidate will have statistical and Six Sigma analysis expertise.

Transportation Technology Center, Inc. is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.  Apply on the Career Opportunities page at: www.ttci.aar.com

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