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Quality Engineer

Company Name:
Shape Corporation
Position Summary: Responsible for the development of quality documentation, facilitation of continuous improvements, working with suppliers and customers to resolve quality or system issues.
Preferred Education and Experience:
Bachelors of Science in Engineering or related field.
3+ years of automotive quality engineering preferred.
Proficient in GD&T.
Customer specific Program Development experience (e.g.: AIAG, PPAP, Process Flow & Control Plans).
Working knowledge of Quality Management Systems (ISO9001 & TS16949).
Experience with Product Warrant documentation.
Project Management skils using Microsoft applications.
Essential Job Functions include, but not limited to, the following:
General:
Proficient in Tolerancing & Tolerance Stack-up requirements
Development of required documentation to support the Product Development Process and in accordance with Customer requirements (e.g. APQP, PPAP and FMEA)
Maintenance of required documentation meeting the Shape Corp specifications for Document Control and retrievability
Interface with Customer personnel and facilitate the resolution of quality issues and concerns
Participate in the development and maintenance of institutionalized quality systems (e.g. TS & ISO)
Lead problem solving efforts relating to launch quality issues
Manufacturing Quality:
Maintain Control Plans, Work and Gage Instructions
Training of operators for current procedures relating to Control Plans, Work and Gage Instructions
Understand and provide interpretation of GD&T data
Lead problem solving efforts relating to production quality issues
Initiate GP-12 or 3rd party specific containment relating to quality issues
Gage R&R studies for After Production Engineering Changes

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