Quality Assurance Engineer
WITTENSTEIN – one with the future
POSITION SUMMARY: This position is responsible for Quality Assurance Engineering activities with a focus on root cause analysis, corrective action, and process improvement projects in support of all WITTENSTEIN North America Business Units and organizational functions.
Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:
- Review electrical and mechanical drawings and insures that all necessary measuring equipment is available and instructions, programs and inspection requirements are created and available.
- Performs the inspection of the first article, collaborates with Engineering for potential deviation approval and provides in process inspection sheets, guidelines, tools and programs to operators
- Program Zeiss CMM.
- Perform root cause analysis, and recommend corrective action(s) for a broad range of internal and external customer issues.
- Interpret specifications and test results to make product accept/reject decisions. Works with Engineering and Manufacturing to find a solution to insure a Win / Win situation.
- Effectively lead and participate in cross-functional value stream mapping, 8D investigations, and Lean projects.
- Collaborate in the development of test plans to verify process performance and compliance with customer requirements as part of new product development projects.
- Use appropriate data collection and analysis, and apply the optimal quality improvement tools and techniques to achieve desired outcomes for process optimization, reducing variation, error-proofing, and continual improvement.
- Perform other duties as assigned
- Should have recent, direct experience as a Quality Assurance Engineer in a structured QMS organizational environment (ISO9001, AS9100, TS16949, etc.).
- Ability to read and interpret mechanical drawings, wiring diagrams, electrical schematics, assembly instructions, acceptance test procedures, test records, and evaluate the results.
- Must have a general knowledge of ASME Y14.5M, Expert of GD&T, and must understand the x, y, z coordinate system;
- Zeiss CMM programming skills are required.
- Ability to facilitate teams and organize, analyze and resolve process issues among organizational functions.
- Hands on experience in a manufacturing environment are required.
- Proficient Microsoft Office skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook,
- BS degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering required.
- Formal technical scholarship is a plus
- Additional ASQ/Professional certifications (i.e. PMP, Lean, Six-Sigma) a plus.
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