Continental Motors Group Appoints Jamerio Vinson as Director of Quality

Continental Vinsonedit.jpg Continental Motors Group Ltd (CMG), an AVIC International Holding Corporation company, announced recently that Jamerio Vinson has joined the company as Director of Quality responsible for enhancing CMG’s global Quality Management System to provide an integrated Quality and Customer Service experience around CMG’s industry leading piston engine products. (Photo – Michael Skolnik, Vice-President Operations, CMG, left, welcomes Jamerio Vinson, Director of Quality to the Continental Motors managerial team.)

Coming to Continental Motors Group with a strong background in both aviation and automotive manufacturing quality systems, Vinson will lead the integration of the Quality Management Systems currently in place among the various companies and divisions operated by Continental Motors Group around the globe. His experience with Continuous Improvement, Lean Manufacturing Systems, Quality Assurance, FAA, EASA and other international aviation regulatory agencies, and Customer Service provide an expansion of CMG’s quality knowledge base and capabilities.

“By continuously adding talent to our managerial team, CMG is improving day to day operations management, product innovation, production quality standards and distribution excellence. Jamerio’s appointment shows our commitment to continuously improve the quality of our products and processes, as well as the global customer service experience.” said Michael Skolnik, VP Operations, CMG.

Vinson holds a B.S in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, an M.S. in Operations/Enterprise Management from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute, a Certification in Lean Manufacturing from the University of Michigan and additional certifications through the American Society for Quality and the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

Having most recently worked as the Senior Director, Quality Assurance at Zodiac Seats US, LLC, Vinson is accustomed to interfacing with the FAA and foreign certification agencies, managing a diverse workforce situated between multiple locations and maintaining responsibility over compliance, internal and external quality systems and supplier quality. Prior to working at Zodiac, Vinson also held positions at B/E Aerospace, The Barden Corporation-Schaeffler Group and United Technologies Corporation-Pratt & Whitney.