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Quality Engineer/Manager

Company:
Area Temps Staffing
Location:
Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Posted:
October 17, 2018

Description:

Quality Engineer/Manager

Cleveland, OH Temp-to-Hire

Job ID:

07 - 132033 ge

Job Category:

Quality Control

Pay Rate:

$60,000 to $90,000/year

Job Description

This manufacturing company is offering an immediate, full-time position for a Quality Engineer/Manager. Work hours are from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Responsibilities:

•Leading quality assurance within organization, including training & education

•Maintaining product quality by enforcing quality assurance policies & procedures & government regulations

•Creating programs on metrology equipment to provide accurate measurements of OEM and IDS parts

•Helping inspectors with measurements when needed

•Administering SPC & issuing reports

•Conducting periodic audits of quality systems and issuing recommendations

•Managing metrology equipment & identifying gaps in measurement systems & facilitating training required

•Managing team of quality engineers & inspectors

•Establishing in-process product inspection standards by studying manufacturing methods, devising testing methods & procedures

•Taking the lead responsibility for significant quality issues & developing plan for resolving issue

•Developing metrics to track & improve performance of QC lab

Job Requirements

Qualifications:

•Bachelor of Science in Engineering or equivalent & at least 5 years of related work experience

•Experience with Measurement System Analysis, SPC, CAR’s, gage design, gage R&R, process capability studies, control plans, deviant material resolution, design control, design validation, APQP & PPAP

•Proficiency in GD&T

•High level of competency & proficiency using software tools/systems

•Proficiency in programming & using roundness measurement equipment like Rondcom or Talyrond

•Proficiency with metrology equipment (contact & optical)

•A strong understanding of manufacturing processes (e.g. metallurgy, machining, assembly & test)

•Ability to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events & reacts well under pressure

•Displays willingness to make timely decisions, exhibits sound & accurate judgment & communicates changes effectively

•Possesses strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact effectively with diverse personalities

For an immediate interview, please call 216-706-7347 or submit your resume to .

Quality Engineer/Manager Cleveland, OH Temp-to-Hire Post Date: 06/20/2017 Job ID: 07 - 132033 ge Job Category: Quality Control Pay Rate: $60,000 to $90,000/year Job Description This manufacturing company is offering an immediate, full-time position for a Quality Engineer/Manager. Work hours are from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Responsibilities: Leading quality assurance within organization, including training & education Maintaining product quality by enforcing quality assurance policies & procedures & government regulations Creating programs on metrology equipment to provide accurate measurements of OEM and IDS parts Helping inspectors with measurements when needed Administering SPC & issuing reports Conducting periodic audits of quality systems and issuing recommendations Managing metrology equipment & identifying gaps in measurement systems & facilitating training required Managing team of quality engineers & inspectors Establishing in-process product inspection standards by studying manufacturing methods, devising testing methods & procedures Taking the lead responsibility for significant quality issues & developing plan for resolving issue Developing metrics to track & improve performance of QC lab Job Requirements Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Engineering or equivalent & at least 5 years of related work experience Experience with Measurement System Analysis, SPC, CAR’s, gage design, gage R&R, process capability studies, control plans, deviant material resolution, design control, design validation, APQP & PPAP Proficiency in GD&T High level of competency & proficiency using software tools/systems Proficiency in programming & using roundness measurement equipment like Rondcom or Talyrond Proficiency with metrology equipment (contact & optical) A strong understanding of manufacturing processes (e.g. metallurgy, machining, assembly & test) Ability to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events & reacts well under pressure Displays willingness to make timely decisions, exhibits sound & accurate judgment & communicates changes effectively Possesses strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact effectively with diverse personalities For an immediate interview, please call 216-706-7347 or submit your resume to .