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Company: SUB-ZERO, WOLF, AND COVE
Location: Madison, WI
Career Level: Mid-Senior Level
Industries: Manufacturing, Engineering, Aerospace

Description

The Supplier Quality Engineer will engage the Sub Zero Group Inc. Team and Suppliers in the following;

Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement procedures and systems necessary to promote continuous improvement of product and to support departmental goals.
  • Work with various business unit teams, manufacturing sites and suppliers to facilitate problem solving, supplier corrective action, evaluation, development and communication of quality improvement plans and metrics.
  • Ability to analyze information and data in order to create, analyze, maintain and effectively present measures to stakeholders.  
  • Create and maintain databases and product lifecycle management work flows in order to promote new product development and maintain existing product.
  • Review and assess Supplier Production Part Approval Process Submissions including Dimensional Layouts, Material Certifications, Control Plans, Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, Process Capability and Gage Studies.
  • Perform Supplier Qualification and Surveillance Audits with Cross-Functional Teams and Suppliers.
  • Participate in Design and Contract Reviews for Supplied Components.
  • Supervise Quality Technicians in the areas of Receiving Inspection and/or Metrology Labs.
  • Manage Projects pertaining to Quality System Infrastructure and New Product Development.


Qualifications

Education
Required
  • Mechanical Engineering: Bachelors degree or better

Experience
Required
  • Knowledge and proficiency working with computers including Microsoft Office, Databases, XA, and Product Life Cycle Management
  • Knowledge of quality processes/procedures and experienced in 6-Sigma-Lean (including Advanced Statistics, Design of Experiments, Value Stream Mapping)
  • Good facilitation and communication skills
  • Ability to provide clear leadership in assigned projects and provide completed work in a timely manner
  • Understanding and interpretation of engineering drawings including GD&T
  • Knowledge of measurement techniques including Metrology, Inspection Methods and Equipment
  • Experience in material analysis for Plastics, Metals, Coatings, Color and Aesthetics
  • 5 year(s): Experience working in a manufacturing environment

Preferred
  • Experience in Electronics and Electromechanical Components and Assemblies.
  • American Society for Quality - Certified Quality Engineer and/or Certified Quality Auditor


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