Quality Engineer - Automotive Machining

Req ID 10033BR Position Title Quality Engineer - Automotive Machining No. of Positions 1 Geographic Location Arden, North Carolina, USA Facility Linamar North Carolina(Pisgah Building) Department Quality Assurance Job Description Quality Engineer
Bachelor degree in Engineering or equivalent experience.
Minimum of five (5) years experience in automotive quality assurance required.
CQE, CQA, CQM preferred.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to travel when necessary (10% - 20%)
Previous experience dealing with customers and suppliers on a management level required.
Possess a thorough knowledge of the TS 16949 requirements and the AIAG core tools.
Represent quality department and working with Engineering to perform all Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) activities, customer relations, internal and external corrective actions (5 phases and 8 disciplines), process control plans and inspection instructions, and statistical process control.
Maintain APQP meeting notes, action registrars and summaries, assist with development of Customer Focus Plan (CFP).
Champion gauging strategies and purchases.
Develop and implement prototype and pre-launch control plans prior to any such production runs.
Develop specific instructions for capability studies performed in accordance with APQP activities, develop, complete and submit all PPAP requirements and documentation. This includes supplier PPAP requirements.
Develop and implement inspection instructions, C. A. R. E./Containment instructions, and process control check sheets. Ensure that all requirements of APQP are complied with or waived.
Monitor production lines and personnel to ensure operators have the necessary tools, instructions, etc. in which to control their process and personnel are aware of customer issued.
Compile and report pertinent quality data for production, customer and supplier.
Monitor process capabilities and perform capability studies when needed or required, complete customers required reporting, and investigate and report corrective action for all characteristics that do not meet minimum requirements.
Issue and champion monthly requests for corrective action (8D) as appropriate. Issue
Participate in the Material Review Board process and review and dispose of NSM on a daily basis.
Develop, implement and coordinate statistical process control activities for the plant.
Champion team meetings. Document and report continuous quality improvement activities for the plant.
Perform continuous maintenance and development of process control plans and process FMEA s.
Ensure that any changes to the approved process are documented and approved prior to the change.
Champion for customer 8D actions and maintain action records in accordance with company policies.
Act as customer liaison for the plant.
Monitor, control and improve supplier quality performance.
Perform supplier audits and site visits as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Participation in continuous improvement programs. Current Shift Days Employment Type Full Time Salary Percentage of Travel Required 1-10% Removal Date 12-Dec-2018

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