The hired Quality Engineer will provide support to existing and new products in a fast paced start-up environment. Regularly engage with both domestic and international material suppliers and manufacturing partners to improve product quality and resolve issues. The quality engineer will set-up and maintain quality systems to capture meaningful data and execute quality improvements throughout the development cycle. This highly visible role will provide many opportunities to grow and learn.
Essential Job Functions:
• Provide quality engineering support for new and existing Tactile Products
• Leads cross functional teams to improve process and product understanding
• Work with Domestic and International suppliers and OEMs to resolve quality issues
• Periods of Travel Required 25-35% • Resolve quality issues by executing Corrective Action Preventive Action (CAPA) processes
• Use Lean Six Sigma methodology and quality engineering tools to achieve continuous improvement • Practitioner of Lean Six Sigma (green belt, black belt preferred) methodologies
• Must be able to demonstrate expertise in quality engineering skills including Statistical Process Control (SPC), Design of Experiments (DOE), acceptance sampling, process capability, test methods evaluation, process validations, etc.
• Must be process and data driven and results oriented
• Must be a team player with excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
• Professional certification, such as American Society for Quality (ASQ) Quality Engineer (CQE)
Nonessential Job Function:
• Start-up experience a plus+
• Polymer, thin film or display experience a plus+
• JMP or Minitab experience • Experience with one programming language (python, c++, visual basic…)
• Bachelor's degree or higher in engineering
• Minimum of one (1) year experience working in a manufacturing plant environment (an Internship or Co-op experience is considered qualifying)
• Previous manufacturing plant experience
• Six Sigma Green Belt
• ASQ/CQE Professional Certification
*Candidate must be authorized to work in the United States*