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Quality Engineer

Company:
Automotive Components Manufacturing
Location:
Florence, Alabama, United States
Salary:
$70K
Posted:
November 19, 2016
Description:

Quality Engineer - $70K – Automotive Components Mfg - Focuses on the execution of the Corrective Action/Preventative Action process. This process is comprised of product problem review, containment, problem root cause determination, engineering communication, supplier quality communication, implementation, and verification. Function in the Corrective Action/Preventative Action process to resolve product and process issues Coordinate Corrective Action/Preventative process elements to assure all actions flow without constraints or wait states o Problem review and definition. Inventory and customer mitigation. Root cause determination. Coordinate change implantation with engineering and vendor Change verification. Work and advise team in root cause techniques and enhance root cause analysis process. Communicate and resolve product issues with Engineering and Supplier Quality. Will work very closely with Engineering Design and Product Development.

BS Engineering/Technical degree preferred - Skilled in problem solving in a global manufacturing / engineering environment. Very little travel involved. Experienced in monitoring supplier quality, product inspection, product qualification testing, inspection tools and equipment, and supplier quality activities. Working knowledge of ISO/QS 9000, TS 16949 quality systems. Experience working directly with customer. Mechanical or Electro-mechanical products preferred MORE importantly has to be high energy - someone who goes out and investigates problems - anticipates and troubleshoots BEFORE there is an issue. Practical experience in product qualification testing, inspection tools, and test equipment. Passion for finding root causes though analysis techniques such as 8D, 5Y, Shanin, DFSS. Solid expertise in APQP processes; DFMEA, PFMEA, control plans, and work in cross-functional team environment. Knowledge of materials; plastic, rubber, metals for electrical, electronic and mechanical products.