|Location:||Redwood City, California|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
Position requires knowledge in technical Quality Assurance systems and engineering practices. Knowledge of root cause and corrective action skills and the ability to use quality tools to resolve identified product, process and systems issues. Requires knowledge of process development and process control systems, providing the ability to support qualification and manufacturing activities.
As a Quality Engineer, you will be responsible for activities such as;
- Monitor, communicate and improve key Customer KPI’s, including Customer Scorecards, Corrective actions response time and PPM improvement.
- Update customers in a timely fashion regarding product quality and project requests.
- Coordinate with Plant Quality Managers to discuss and resolve product quality issues raised by customers.
- Issue Quality Alerts for non-conforming product delivered to customers.
- Assist in problem-solving and root cause analysis activities to eliminate the recurrence of non‐conformance including corrective action verification.
- Create Quality Improvement Plan for specific product lines.
- Lead in ensuring Purchase Order Flow Down, contracts and Regulatory requirements are met and sustained.
- Make or Approve First Article Inspection (FAI) reports.
- Assist plant management with Customer audits and third-party audits in support of the AS9100 Quality System.
- Promote and Drive “Zero Defect” mentality within the quality Organization for proactive tools such Lean, Six-Sigma, Poka-Yoke (Error Proofing), Measurement System Analysis, Advance Product and Quality Planning (APQP) Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA).
What your background should look like:
- 3 or more years of experience in Quality Engineering
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Quality, or related technical field.
- Demonstrated expertise in quality tools, practices, and procedures.
- Working knowledge ISO 9000 and preferably AS9100.
- This position requires access to information which is subject to stringent controls under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or Export Administration Regulations (EAR). Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or national, U.S. lawful permanent resident, person granted asylee status in the U.S., or person admitted into the U.S. as a refugee.