- 06-Feb-2017 to 07-Apr-2017 (EST)
- 202 Quality Assurance
- Seneca, PA, USA
- Full Time
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to, the following:
Other duties may be assigned.
- The quality engineer is expected to perform all tasks that are required of a quality analyst in addition to the following:
- Coordinate the internal audit program
- Conduct internal/supplier quality system, process and/or product audits, including creating audits finding reports, closing out audit findings, and determining proper corrective and preventive actions.
- Interface with third parties (e.g. registrars & regulatory agencies) performing quality audits.
- Lead/participate in material review boards
- Lead/support the ESD program including ESD audits and training.
- Assist in the analysis of quality costs
- Interface with customers on quality related matters, including customer quality audits.
- Interface with/host external auditors
- Analyze field failures and implement corrective/ preventive action to respond to customer complaints
- Analyze quality data to identify trends and improvement opportunities.
- Lead/support cross functional team improvement activities
- Continual improvement activities such as 5S, Kaizen, lean methods, etc.
- Develop/implement/conduct training to build quality awareness
- Ensure timely resolution of supplier failure through supplier corrective and preventive actions.
- Other duties necessary to conduct business improve quality and satisfy customers
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE: Technical degree (4 year) plus five years related experience; at least two years in electronics manufacturing is desirable. Skill and knowledge in: quality systems (incl. ISO 9001), continual quality improvement and process control techniques, measuring/testing equipment, and quality audits. Excellent verbal/written communication skills are essential. Desired qualifications include ASQ certification as a Quality Engineer, experience in AS9100, ISO 13485 and experience in the electronics industry.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Must have visual acuity to read prints and interpret color codes on wires and components.
- Visual acuity is essential.
- Limited physical activity lifting files and/or boxes of up to 15 pounds on an infrequent basis.
- Considerable time (20-30 hours/wk) working with a personal computer.