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Quality Engineer --- Job #957B

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Job summary:
Support of internal Quality Assurance activities including:
Summary of essential job functions:
Work with cross functional teams to manage supplier quality issues, raw material specifications, Customer Complaint resolution, compliance initiatives and trending of available process data for identification of improvement opportunities.. Main focus of this role is the remediation of customer complaint trends This role also plays a significant role in champion supplier related quality activities and related issues that create opportunities for improvements throughout the facility
Educational and job experience requirements:
Degree preferable with a quality, chemistry discipline. A minimum of 4 years' experience in Quality Assurance, food processing and/or food packaging manufacturing environment is preferred
Qualification / skill-set / attributes:
Creates and maintains centralized customer specification system.
Implements and maintains centralized quality data collection system.
Analytically evaluates machine processes to provide information and direction for quality improvements. These evaluations include designed experiments and process capabilities studies.
Create and maintain necessary quality gauging for the floor.
Create and implement 'fit for use' tests, as needed, for existing and new product lines.
To facilitate QPM trouble shooting teams, utilizing analytical analysis.
To provide quality leadership and vision for their assigned plant, including direct supervision of the quality auditors.
Other duties may be assigned.
Additional Comments: The Job will require the person to have, or be capable of acquiring a working knowledge of:
ISO 9001 2008
ISO 14000
AIB Food Safety
TQM (Total Quality Management),
Standard computer packages e.g. Excel / Word,
Electronic data capturing,
H.A.C.C.P (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points),
S.P.C., Six Sigma
T.P.M. (Total Productive Management).
$70k to $85k

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