Quality Engineer

Company Name:
Blu Perspective
Quality Specialist Job Purpose:
Provides Quality related Customer Criteria requirements to the production processes to
prevent and detect sub-par Part quality and provides improvement support/direction.

Quality Engineer Job Duties:
- Develop PFMEA?s with Team to highlight possible failure modes.
- Develop Control Plan?s to address and control possible failure modes.
- Develop Operation Quality Plans, Inspection Instructions and Gage Instructions.
- Perform Gage R&R?s.
- Manage Gage Calibrations (Internal and External).
- Support Production, Rework and Quality sort functions to ensure production timing.
- Determines quality improvement parameters by identifying statistical methods relevant to manufacturing processes.
- Establishes statistical confidence by identifying sample size and acceptable error; determining levels of confidence.
- Establishes and performs statistical Capability tests.
- Develops experiments to better verify or predict process and part Quality changes.
- Develops sampling plans by applying attribute, variable, and sequential sampling methods.
- Maintains statistical process controls by applying charts for distribution control.
- Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data; making recommendations.
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Analyzing Information , Reporting Research Results, Technical Understanding, Promoting
Process Improvement, Developing Standards, Managing Processes, Manufacturing Methods
and Procedures, Supports Innovation, CAD, Engineering, Operations Research

Education Requirements:
- An associate's degree in Manufacturing/Quality Engineering and/or min. 5 years Quality Technician/Quality Eng. Position held (minimum requirement for entry-level position).

Additional Requirements:
1: Excellent people manager, open to direction and committed to getting the job done
2: Demonstrated team building and leadership skills.
3: Strong work experience in manufacturing

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