The primary responsibilities include:
- Ensure the respect of the control plan and archive required quality records in accordance with the control plan (1st part ok, …)
- Define and update the inspection instructions according to the control plan (e.g. final inspection instructions, ok 1st part instruction)
- Organize and perform R&R studies. Perform measurements and data collection on engineering samples, record SPC data and coordinate line trail data collection.
- Assess new and existing manufacturing methods, including tooling, fixtures, layouts and equipment for potential quality/cost improvements.
- Conduct Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) in conjunction with advanced quality-planning activities. Compile the contents and assure compliance to customer requirements for all initial production part submissions.
- Facilitate the establishment and implementation of quality specifications, testing procedures and standards for raw materials, processes and finished goods.
- Develop and recommend inspection, sampling techniques and quality control plans, develop process control procedure to ensure production of finished product meets quality specification and standard.
- Provide leadership in APQP and PAPP processes to determine testing, sampling techniques and gauging methods needed to produce new products.
- Support program launches through all phases to support the Program manager and launch teams.
- Conduct investigations to determine causes of defects and make recommendations for corrective actions. Provide feedback to manufacturing, engineering and quality based on the analysis of returned goods and internal non-conformances
- A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering is required
- At least 2 years of automotive production experience
- 3-5 years in a quality role with strong knowledge of quality methods (QRCI, problem-solving, 7 Quality Basics…)
- Strong sense of teamwork
- Strong communication skills
- Proven track record in upholding safety and quality standards
Indeed - 9 months ago
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