Talent Strategy

Job Responsibilities

  • Respond to shop-floor quality problems by investigating the problem and initiating the appropriate containment (e.g., sort, rework) and corrective action.
  • Utilize a variety of inspection instruments and techniques to ensure compliance to process and product specification (e.g., dimensional, clamp load, surface finish, appearance, adhesion, continuity, etc.).
  • Monitor Cost of Non-Quality drivers (scrap, WCPHU) and develop action plans to improve.
  • Facilitate bi-weekly continuous improvement meetings with manufacturing team.
  • Perform torque tool calibrations on pulse tools and critical DC tools.
  • Assist with issues related to Supplier Quality as per the business needs.
  • Assist with Incoming Inspection of incoming material and maintain data related to incoming inspection.
  • Support SQE and report on supplier product quality performance as needed.
  • Assist development and management of Supplier Development.
  • Review and disposition non-conforming material (scrap).
  • Contribute to New Product Development programs by participating in design reviews, and Process FMEA's.

Required Work Experience & Skills

  • Associate degree preferred.
  • 3-5 years’ experience working in a manufacturing environment.
  • Strong teamwork skills but the ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Strong mechanical aptitude.
  • Solid math skills (Trigonometry, Geometry).
  • Willingness to learn additional skills (computer skills, inspection techniques, statistics, etc.).
  • Strong problem-solving skills with knowledge of a structured problem-solving method (e.g., DMAIC).
  • Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office (Including Excel and Word).
  • Proficiency with mechanical inspection tools including calipers, thread gauges, micrometers, pin gauges, and indicators.

Job Responsibilities

  • Respond to shop-floor quality problems by investigating the problem and initiating the appropriate containment (e.g., sort, rework) and corrective action.
  • Utilize a variety of inspection instruments and techniques to ensure compliance to process and product specification (e.g., dimensional, clamp load, surface finish, appearance, adhesion, continuity, etc.).
  • Monitor Cost of Non-Quality drivers (scrap, WCPHU) and develop action plans to improve.
  • Facilitate bi-weekly continuous improvement meetings with manufacturing team.
  • Perform torque tool calibrations on pulse tools and critical DC tools.
  • Assist with issues related to Supplier Quality as per the business needs.
  • Assist with Incoming Inspection of incoming material and maintain data related to incoming inspection.
  • Support SQE and report on supplier product quality performance as needed.
  • Assist development and management of Supplier Development.
  • Review and disposition non-conforming material (scrap).
  • Contribute to New Product Development programs by participating in design reviews, and Process FMEA's.

Required Work Experience & Skills

  • Associate degree preferred.
  • 3-5 years’ experience working in a manufacturing environment.
  • Strong teamwork skills but the ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Strong mechanical aptitude.
  • Solid math skills (Trigonometry, Geometry).
  • Willingness to learn additional skills (computer skills, inspection techniques, statistics, etc.).
  • Strong problem-solving skills with knowledge of a structured problem-solving method (e.g., DMAIC).
  • Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office (Including Excel and Word).
  • Proficiency with mechanical inspection tools including calipers, thread gauges, micrometers, pin gauges, and indicators.
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