Quality Engineer

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
Responsible for planning/monitoring/improving product quality for business. Responsible for developing/executing/maintaining/improving an effective and comprehensive Quality Management System to include: specifications and standards control, change control, manufacturing and supplier quality, training, communication, product & process monitoring and control, internal audits. Leads/supports overall continual improvement of Quality through teamwork, disciplined methods, sampling, experimentation, project management, data analysis, team reviews, communication and reporting.
Provides quality expertise and leadership in the following areas:
Develop, apply, and maintain quality requirements and standards for manufacturing products/processes.
Serve as Quality Assurance resource for problem identification, resolution, loss reporting and continuous improvement.
Support engineering efforts by participating in development projects.
Monitor and manage process change/improvement efforts. Design experiments to validate the efficacy of these improvements and to ensure the integrity of finished products.
Design and implement methods for process control, process improvement, testing and inspection.
Promote and execute quality standards, inspection processes, test methodology, quality plans, documents and reports.
Participate in vendor/process certification; re-certification.
Review customer purchase orders, contracts and change requests and ensure that the necessary criteria and provisions are included in quality and process plans.
Develop, execute, and analyze quality-reporting measures.
Report to management on quality issues, trends and losses.
Identify issues with current processes, conduct comprehensive root cause analyses, and implement robust corrective and preventive actions in a timely fashion.
Review supplier's purchase orders and establish supplier quality requirements.
Participate in/lead internal and external quality audits.
Interface with supplier and customer quality representatives concerning problems with quality assurance and assure that effective corrective action is implemented/communicated.
Compile, write and deliver training material on quality standards and activities.
Minimum of 2 years' experience as a Quality Engineer working in a manufacturing environment. Experience with food a plus. Someone with some sort of 'lab' experience would be a plus. A comprehensive knowledge of quality methodologies to include, but not limited to, Failure Mode Effect Analysis, Measurement Systems Analysis, Production Part Approval Process, Quality Systems Assessment, Advanced Product Quality Planning, Statistical Process Control, Root Cause Analysis, as well as the application of said quality methodologies to include supplier quality/supplier development. Ability to develop and implement programs for continuous improvement. General knowledge of verbal and written communications for maintaining effective working relationships with all employees.

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