The Quality Engineer develops, evaluates, revises and applies technical quality protocols/methods to inspect, test and evaluate raw material, in-process materials and finished products. Ensures compliance with internal and external specifications and standards such as ISO regulations. Ensures that established manufacturing and process control procedures are followed.
Assist operations in continuous improvement by establishing, monitoring and driving improvements to key process indicators using LEAN/Sigma tools.
Perform process, product and data analysis to develop continuous improvement plans, corrective and preventive actions
Ensure raw material and finished goods meet defined acceptance criteria
Perform, document and communicate audits of the systems, materials and personnel in the factory with regard to all quality requirements
Support manufacturing when quality issues are identified through investigation, analysis and escalation as needed to resolve the issue
Review manufacturing documentation and make improvement recommendations to the document owner. This includes changes in Workmanship Standards from technology updates or shop floor feedback
Maintain a customer focused approach in all decisions
Lead containment, root cause and corrective action activities (8D)
Lead quality certification audits (ie ISO9001:2015)
Interface with supervisors/associates, Industrialization and ME process engineers to develop processes and procedures that meet the requirement of the technology/products/processes
Lead discussions and reviews with leadership and external support organization as needed
Document processes with the help of industrialization, ME techs and Manufacturing Process Engineers to transfer the information consistently to the operators
Encourage and promote the importance of process and quality adherence
Identify, track and take actions to improve key process indicator metrics
Provide accurate visual aid documentation that allows for successful assembly in a timely manner
Develop training to include support functions and lessons learned
Other projects as assigned
Operations & Engineering Services
Supply Chain and Operations
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Richland Center - Wisconsin
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