Quality Engineer

| Louisville, CO, USA
Employer Provided Salary: 80,000-120,000 Annually
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At H3X, we are building the most advanced electric motors in the world for sustainable aviation, marine, industrial, and defense applications. At 12 kW/kg continuous, the HPDM family of integrated motor drives is a step change in electric propulsion technology and removes one of the main barriers blocking widespread proliferation of electric and hybrid aircraft. Our motors range in size from 30 kW to 30 MW and are 3X lighter than those of our competitors.
H3X is looking to hire an experienced Quality Engineer who will build our Quality Management System (QMS) and promote continuous process improvement company wide. Candidates should be experienced with AS9100 and ISO9001 quality procedures and implementations. This role will be a key part of the team and will have a direct impact on the trajectory of the company. 

  • Develop and maintain a Quality Management System (QMS) that complies with the required industry standards (AS9100, ISO 9001, etc) as well as accreditation requirements and H3X business requirements
    • Train staff on QMS processes and procedures
    • Contribute to new business opportunities and communicate the impact on the QMS
    • Monitor and audit product quality and production processes to ensure adherence to quality standards
    • Identify and analyze quality issues and implement corrective action plans
    • Conduct risk assessments to identify potential quality issues
    • Work closely with the team to improve the QMS, while ensuring compliance with customer standards and staying agile in a fast-paced environment
  • Identify and develop test methods, inspection plans, and quality control procedures
  • Ensure compliance with export control requirements such as ITAR/EAR, and other relevant regulations and standards
  • Provide guidance and support to the design and manufacturing engineering teams to address quality concerns and improve product design and manufacturability
  • Investigate and identify root cause of nonconformances from H3X suppliers, including within products, fabrication processes, and assembly processes


  • 3+ years of experience in a Quality Engineering role in an Aerospace environment
  • Bachelors in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics
  • Experience with regulatory standards for export controls and handling of government contracts (e.g. ITAR, EAR, etc.)
  • Experience with ISO 9001 and/or AS9100 Quality Management System
  • High intelligence, high energy, and high integrity
  • Excellent written and verbal communication to effectively share knowledge and build the collective mindshare of the company
  • Organized and obsessive attention to detail: no room for oversight when designing flight-critical systems
  • Humble and open-minded: willingness to accept feedback and learn, consistently improve upon yourself and the product for which you will be responsible
  • A high degree of emotional intelligence: ability to collaborate closely with coworkers in a respectful and empathetic manner
  • Fundamentally curious and motivated by first principles
  • Ability to access export-controlled data


  • Experience with new product development
  • Experience executing quality audits


  • Employee equity incentive plan
  • Health insurance: medical, vision, dental, ST & LT disability, and life
  • Gym membership stipend (up to $60/month)
  • Epic or IKON Ski/Snowboard Pass (up to $869 provided)
  • Overtime opportunities
  • Flexible time off
  • Relocation package
  • Bi-weekly company events
  • 401k program

PAY: $80,000-120,000 USD/year
H3X Technologies is a U.S.-based manufacturer of electric motors for sustainable aviation, marine, industrial, and defense applications. They have developed a family of integrated motor drives that can scale in power from 30kW to 30MW with power densities as high as 12 kW/kg and best-in-class efficiency. This high performance is enabled by novel scalable core technology and proprietary manufacturing processes for motor stacking, winding, and assembly. The design, manufacturing, and testing of their products is done in-house at their headquarters in Louisville, Colorado.
H3X’s world-class team is composed of experts from Tesla, SpaceX, GE Aviation, and Siemens with deep knowledge in electric machines, power electronics, material science, control systems, and advanced manufacturing. H3X takes pride in their multidisciplinary approach, relentless dedication, high capital efficiency, and Skunkworks-style execution.
H3X has raised over $20M with backing from top VC firms and strategic firms, including Lockheed Martin, Hanwha, Y Combinator, Cubit Capital, Metaplanet, TechNexus, and Liquid 2 Ventures.
H3X is poised to become the world’s leading supplier of advanced electric motors by 2030 to drive deep decarbonization in aviation, marine, and heavy industrial applications and unlock next-generation electrified defense technology to strengthen national security.
H3X is an equal opportunity-affirmative action employer and considers all qualified applicants for employment based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, past or present military service or any other status protected by the laws or regulations in the locations where we operate.

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H3X Technologies operates in the Aerospace industry. The company is located in Louisville, CO. It has 12 total employees. To see all 3 open jobs at H3X Technologies, click here.
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