products, developing quality control systems, and determining corrective actions.
2. They will also work with managers and supervisors to implement quality measures.
3. The large part of your role will involve fault finding and problem solving.
4. Testing systems and procedures to ensure they meet technical standards and creating quality and safety documentation.
5. Quality Engineers are responsible for identifying technical issues and getting to the root of the problem, too.
6. They also proactively recommend solutions that’ll improve product durability and overall performance.
7. Determining quality metrics for all manufacturing procedures.
8. Monitoring the entire production cycle and reporting on malfunctions.
9. Set detailed guidelines on what needs to be checked and what the quality standards are
10. Update our Quality Management System (QMS) with incidents, fixes and improvements.
11. Audit our systems based on ISO 9001:2015 requirements.
12. Determine quality metrics for all manufacturing procedures.
13. Monitor the entire production cycle and perform regular tests to identify potential malfunctions as early as possible.
14. Inspect product materials and electrical systems for defects and durability.
15. Identify the root of technical issues and recommend fixes.
16. Prepare reports on malfunctions and corrective actions (e.g. number of defective raw materials per order)