Executive Airborne Solutions, Inc (EAS) provides unparalleled, cradle to grave mission communication solutions for critical national command and control assets. EAS, a Certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is an aerospace communications company that designs, manufactures, installs, tests, and documents communications systems in command and control platforms.

Position: Quality Manager (Full-time)


Position Summary: EAS is seeking an experienced Quality Manager to establish and manage overarching company quality initiatives to include a certified Aerospace Quality Management System (QMS) and a Manufacturing Quality System. The Quality Manager will direct and manage the documentation of applicable EAS procedures, processes, policies and organizational responsibilities to establish EAS’ QMS. The Quality Manager will manage and direct EAS activities to meet customer and regulatory requirements. This is a full-time position with company incentives and benefits.



  • Lead EAS’ effort to obtain Aerospace QMS Certification (AS9100D):

  • Establish, implement, maintain, and communicate EAS’ quality policy

  • Guide creation and documentation of EAS processes, procedures, and policies; lead internal auditor

  • Prepare EAS for third-party certification audits and maintain inspection reports and records

  • Establish and execute internal and supplier quality audit plans as well as applicable corrective actions

  • Establish and conduct monthly management reviews for key organizational performance indicators

  • Develop, maintain, and conduct company-wide quality training; attend any required quality training

  • Establish Aerospace Manufacturing Quality System:

  • Establish, document, and execute policies and procedures for quality inspections, issuance of Certificates of Conformance, capturing and investigating non-conforming product, and Material Review Boards

  • Establish and lead Corrective Action Board; interface positively with external customers and suppliers

  • Inform management of Corrective Action Requests (CARs), quality trends, and improvement initiatives

  • Inspect and capture non-conforming product from suppliers; generate and manage external CARs

  • Create and foster an environment of accountability to quality standards, work instructions, and customer expectations; create and conduct quality training for Quality Inspectors and Engineers

  • Participate in operations meetings to brief management on internal, supplier, and customer quality issues



  • Extensive experience with AS9100 or ISO9001 QMSs required; previous experience establishing a certified QMS strongly preferred; Lead or Internal Quality Auditor Training preferred; Six Sigma experience preferred

  • Bachelor’s degree in related technical field of study or equivalent work experience required

  • Minimum of 2 years required; 5 years preferred of experience working in a manufacturing environment

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite to include Visio and Project; QMS specific software experience

  • Ability to read and understand System Schematics, Block Diagrams, Wiring Diagrams, Interconnect Diagrams, Cable Drawings, Mechanical Engineering Diagrams. Manufacturing Engineering Drawings

  • Experience with common electronics test equipment utilized for testing of electronics systems.

  • Must possess effective verbal and written communication skills, problem solving and analytical skills, and organizational skills; strong technical writing skills including conformance to standard style and format

  • Experience with IPC/WHMA-A-620; Federal Aviation Association guidance; Federal Acquisition Regulations guidance; Federal Communications Commission guidance; Occupational Safety and Health Administration preferred

  • General but recognized Manufacturing and Quality Training and Experience preferred; ASQ Training

  • Due to US Government and contractual requirements, ITAR regulations are applicable to this position

  • Due to US Government and contractual security requirements, applicant must be a US Citizen with ability to be granted a Top Secret security clearance


Working Conditions:

  • Typical office environment for development activities; in shop environment for manufacturing activities; on aircraft work environment for installation and integration activities

  • Standard work week for development activities but excess of 40 hours may be possible during execution activities to include evenings and weekends

  • Manufacturing and Integration Shop location is in Lincoln, NE and Corporate Headquarters in Bellevue, NE. Frequent travel between them may be possible; moderate amount of travel will be required

  • Use of typical personal protective equipment (company provided) will be required


Position: Aerospace Wiring Technician (Full-time)


Position Summary: EAS is seeking a highly motivated Aerospace Wiring Technician who will be responsible to perform wiring removals and installation of communications systems within aerospace platforms. Responsibilities also include fabrication of wiring harnesses, installation, terminations, quality check-out, and if necessary, repairs of installed wiring harnesses for communications systems.



  • Install, modify, and/or repair wiring harnesses and communications equipment based on engineering drawings or aircraft maintenance manuals

  • Fabricate wiring harnesses using various termination, splicing, and soldering techniques

  • Perform continuity and bonding checks; assist with system functional checks

  • Perform harness buildup and installation using general hand, power, and crimping tools

  • Document all work performed accordingly and accurately

  • Disassemble and reassemble aircraft interior, access panels, and bays to gain access to wire routes and installation; properly document and store items removed

  • Other duties as assigned or required



  • Minimum 2-5 years of related aerospace experience

  • Associate of Applied Science Degree in related aviation field is a plus

  • IPC/WHMA-A-620 Certification preferred

  • Experience with EMI/EMC over-braiding and installation techniques preferred

  • Fiber Optic Cabling installation, termination, splicing, and repair is preferred

  • Be able to interpret and understand wiring schematics and have a general understanding of mechanical drawings

  • U.S. Citizenship (U.S. Government program requirement)

  • Ability to obtain a Government Secret Security Clearance; active DOD Secret Clearance with an investigation date/periodic review within the last 6 years preferred


Working Conditions:

  • Wire harness fabrication takes place in a normal shop environment. Removals and installations take place on aircraft which may be in a hanger environment or outdoors on a parking ramp

  • Tolerate standing for extended periods of time, bending, stretching, crawling, repetitive motions, working in confined spaces and heights

  • Work in extreme temperatures and noisy environments

  • Available to travel


The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by personnel assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as a comprehensive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as required.