Quality Engineer

Industry

Engineering

Advert ID

FOX_BBBH55067

Location

Lake Mills

Job Type

Permanent

Hours

Full-Time

Salary Range

Based on Experience

No. of Openings

1

Branch Information

Milwaukee Engineering - (USA) 100 Manpower Place WI Milwaukee , WI 53212

ContactNumber

414-231-1150

Job Description

Quality Engineer



This position is with a stable, growing, and well-respected manufacturer and engineering solutions provider of world class precision machined parts & assemblies. Due to their continued growth and diversified portfolio of customers/industries (medical device, energy, aerospace, defense) in which they serve, they are seeking to add a skilled Quality Engineer to their team. If you are a self-motivated, effective, and collaborative professional seeking to put his/her technical talents to use in a fast-paced environment, please keep reading….



PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE:



* Fulfill external and internal quality compliance responsibilities such as PPAP's, SCRs, Inspection Plans, and Internal Audits and Process Audits.

* Interpret customer standards such as ANSI/ ISO/ ASTM, along with providing Engineering support for new or revised parts and/ or processes

* Liaise external and internal customers in new part development and drawing interpretation including, but not limited to GD&T

* Provide Quality Engineering support during the introduction of new or revised parts and/or processes

* Communicate and work with customers on quality processes and issues, internally participate/ co-manage material review board (MRB)

* Monitor product quality, identify sources of quality problems, and facilitate corrective/ preventative actions solutions

* Analyze data to identify trends in product quality or defects with the goal of mitigating and preventing recurrence and future defects

* Plan, implement and coordinate studies for quality process improvements and cost reductions utilizing appropriate statistical methods/quality tools

* Create, maintain, and improve current manufacturing measurement and inspection work instructions/ procedures

* Determine measurement methodologies and gaging requirements for new or existing parts or processes

* Assist problem solving and continuous improvement activities

* Support Production (machinists) and Inspection personnel and processes



REQUIREMENTS AND DESIRED QUALIFICTIONS:



* Associate degree (AAS.) is required. Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Industrial Technology, or related degree is preferred

* 5+ years of manufacturing engineering experience, preferred

* 2+ years of experience in Quality

* Must possess a thorough understanding of metrology and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T)

* Must be able to lead New Product Introductions from prototype stage through final production

* Current with modern manufacturing methods including Lean Manufacturing, Quick Response Manufacturing, Cellular Manufacturing

* Working knowledge of GD&T

* CMM programming and/ or SolidWorks knowledge is a plus

* American Society for Quality (ASQ) Certified Quality Engineer, preferred

* Must have strong interpersonal skills, verbal and written communication skills and listening skills



* Please note all resumes and candidate information submitted are kept in the strictest confidence. No resume will be released without the candidate's prior permission.