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Quality Engineer Six Sigma

Austin, TX
December 15, 2017

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• Two years of professional experience as a Quality Engineer and Intern in Manufacturing environment.

• Highly motivated graduate Industrial Engineer looking for challenging and responsible opportunities that offer to the growth of my career, with a short learning curve and adaptability to changes. Highly skilled in technical and behavioral to maximize the potential with long term career growth possibilities as a Quality Engineer.

• Greenbelt certification in Six Sigma.

• Performed the Process & Design Failure Mode Effect Analysis identified product malfunctions and Improved the Quality of the product by 30% at Health and Line Gym Manufacturing Private Limited.

• Member of 8D team performed Root Cause Analysis and Identified root causes and reduced the plant waste and plant scrap by 20%.


● Wayne State University, Detroit, MI GPA: 3.25 May 2017 Master of Science in Industrial Engineering

(Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, Project Management, Productions Systems, Operations Management, Digital Automation)

● SRM University, Chennai, India GPA: 3.30 May 2015 Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering


• Lean Six Sigma Tools: DMAIC, DMADV, Fish-Bone Diagrams, KAIZEN, 5S, 5WHY.

• Quality Improvement Tools: FMEA, PPAP, APQP, SPC, 8D, Gage R&R.

• Simulation and Design Tools: Minitab, AutoCAD, Solid works, MS-Office. CERTIFICATIONS:

• Greenbelt certification in Six Sigma.


Quality Engineer Co-Op at Health & Line Gym manufacturing private Ltd May 2014- August 2015

● Increased the efficiency of the manufacturing process by 25% through implementations of Total Quality Management Principles.

● Coordinated with suppliers to ensure on time delivery and approval of PPAP documentation.

● Conducted root cause analysis and permanent corrective actions were developed and submitted.

● Identified product malfunctions and Improved the quality of the product by 30% using PFMEA and DFMEA techniques.

● Implemented gage R&R in Measurement Systems Analysis collected Input values and using Minitab to formulate quality data.

● Implemented lean manufacturing processes such as 5S, Kanban & Poka-Yoke and identified wastes.

● Analyzed Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) results by identifying the tolerances and critical to quality factors.

Quality Intern at Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited, India May 2013 – August 2013

• Assisted in developing Poka-Yoke Techniques on the production line to prevent the customer from receiving defective parts.

• Performed Root cause analysis using 5Whys and Fish-Bone diagram and found the potential root cause.

• Exercised lean tools such as Kaizen, 5S and Process mapping as part of continuous improvement program.

• Created Pareto chart to analysis and identified top 5 defects which contributes around 70% of the total defects and appropriate actions were taken to reduce them. Lean Intern at TAQA Neyveli Power Company Private Limited May 2012 – August 2012

• Implemented root cause analysis and applied countermeasures to reduce the waste using 8D and 5Why.

• Performed Poka-Yoke assessments to reduce plant scrap by 20%. ACADEMIC PROJECTS

Lean Project: Implementing Lean Principle in Continuous flow manufacturing process for BASF resigns plant

• Identified waste in the filling process by generating the current VSM (Value Stream Map) of the company.

• Increased the utilization of the filling operator by 30% using 5 WHY, root cause analysis that reduced the cycle time and lead time.

• Successfully validated the improvements by generating the future state VSM and A3 report. Six Sigma Project: Maintain the inner diameter of the cylindrical liner to single grade using DMAIC Process

● Performed Data Collection & Analysis using Pareto Chart, 5K Process Map, Cause & Effect Matrix to identify and list the final suspected sources of variation

● Performed Measurement System Analysis (MSA). Identified KPIV’s after conducting Process Search & Product Process Search using Root Cause Analysis.

● Reduced the internal rejections due to inner diameter variation, from 8000 PPM to 500 PPM, thus reducing cost by 80%.

Digital Automation: Productivity Improvement by Automation in a tennis ball manufacturing

• Identified the delay due to manual quality checks and implemented automation for quality check.

• By applying DMAIC performance improvement methodology reduced the delay in time.

• The productivity Increase of the tennis balls due to implementing automation in testing was 35% Mechanical behavior of dissimilar alloys of Aluminum series using Friction Stir Welding

● Developed an optimum welding technique that derived a 100% weld rate.

● Proved that the highest finished quality product could be delivered while keeping the costs down by using Electron Friction Stir welding.


• Team head in Hospitality department in Aarush and Milan – A College Technical & Cultural Festival.

• Captained the cricket team in high school that won the final cup in interstate the championship.

• Active member of ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineering).

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