Fostering infinite potential in our people.
Stratosphere Quality cultivates a positive organizational work environment, where employees are compelled to perform their best. Our team enjoys rewarding and meaningful work in a wide range of manufacturing work environments.
Here’s what our employees are saying
“After being with the company a little over a year now and seeing the person I was when I was a temp to the person I am now makes me really proud of how far I have come in such a little time. “ — Project Supervisor
“I feel a great deal of accomplishment on a daily basis knowing that I worked my way up through the ranks, from temp to supervisor by learning, listening and doing things the Stratosphere Quality way.” — Project Supervisor
“I enjoy waking up every morning wondering what component I’m looking at today. What facility am I going to? Who am I going to meeting? What can I learn and take from this adventure? Knowing the importance of what I do and the service I provide.” — Quality Inspector
“Working for Stratosphere Quality has been a wonderful opportunity for me. I have grown as a professional and have had the good fortune to have a wonderful supervisor/mentor. I work with a wonderful, supportive team and look forward to being part of things to come.” — Employee
Top 5 Reasons to join the Stratosphere Quality Team!
ACCOUNT MANAGER OVERVIEW
Project Quality Improvement Recognition Program.
Stratosphere Quality’s core existence is to help its customers improve their product quality. As a result, we are pleased to announce the Project Quality Improvement Program.
What is the Program?
This award program has been developed to recognize Stratosphere Quality employees who have exhibited quality improvement characteristics to improve customer products/projects.
Examples of a Project Quality Improvement:
- An inspector was performing an inspection on a project where Touch Point method may be beneficial and was not currently being used; the process was implemented, work instruction was revised, etc.
- Inspector determined that the lighting for a project was not sufficient, improved lighting was added to the project, and work instructions were revised, etc.
- Employee suggested implementation of a Stratosphere Quality Best Practice that was not currently being used on a project.
January: Tara Burk, Alabama
February: Solomon Kifleiesus, Canada
March: Kyle Green, Kansas City
April: Alex Okopney, Canada
May: Wyatt Kingrey, Ohio
June: John MacDonald, Canada
July: Ashleigh Cameron, North Carolina
January: Nick Hairrell, Illinois
February: Rodney Bryson, Alabama
March: Edna McKellop, Ohio
April: Manouchehr Ghazinejad, Toronto
May: Pam Carpenter, Ohio
June: Indiana Price, Indiana
July: Julie Bair, Marysville
August: Traci Campbell, West Michigan
September: Della Goodwin, Greensburg
October: Haden Early, Marysville
November: Cody Crum, Northern California
December- Cathy Romie, Indiana
2018 Annual Winner: Nick Hairrell, Belvidere
January: Owen Kaplan, Canada
February: George Rose
March: David Plessinger, Indiana
April: Paula Godsey, Indiana
May: Shawn Hendrickson and Natalie Boysel, Ohio
June: Julie Bair, Ohio
July: Farjad Dezfouli, Canada
August: Jared Klaeysen, Ohio
September: Dan McCauley, Toronto
October: Justin Robinson, Toronto
November: Jeff Killinger, Indiana
December: Zach Murphy, Ohio
January: Hartford Murdoch, Canada
February: Sandy Wood, Michigan
March: Payam Firoozi, Canada
April: Juan Brooks, Ohio
May: Michelle Davis, Ohio
June: Ali Hanif, Canada
July: Jim Pilatz, Indiana
August: Cathy Moore, Indiana
September: Matt Corman, Kentucky
October: Joe Stein & Sid Patel, Ohio
November: Liviu Prundeanu, Canada
December: George Rose, Kentucky
January: Kim Kempf, Western Indiana
February: David Phillips, Mansfield, OH
March: Joshua Warren, West Tennessee
April: Jared Klaeyson, Northern Ohio
May: Payam Firoozi, Canada
June: Cody Crum, Ohio
July: Nathaniel Arnold, Indiana
August: Harold Pettigrew, Indiana
September: Henry Pawlak, Illinois/Wisconsin
October: Cynthia Shaw, Indiana
November: Payam Firoozi, Canada
December: Don Reed, Indiana