Supplier Quality Engineer
The Supplier Quality Engineer Analyzes and investigates supplier quality defects related to complex issues discovered at incoming inspection, manufacturing and in the field
Provides guidance in root cause investigations and CAPA’s.
- Leads initiatives to eliminate/reduce nonconformances, improve efficiencies and drive down cost in the organization and at the supplier.
- Collaborates with suppliers to implement corrective actions through the CAPA process to eliminate/reduce future nonconformances.
- Acts as a liaison between client and suppliers for cross functional projects and manages supplier driven activities.
- Maintains component specifications for approved components.
- Generates and maintains incoming inspection procedures. Trains inspectors to respective procedures.
- Develops and/or sources inspection tools and equipment. Qualifies tool and equipment. Plans and executes test method validations including analysis of data using statistical techniques.
- Plans and executes supplier audits. Manages supplier investigations and corrective actions related to supplier audit findings.
- Leads a project team. Participates in determining goals and objectives for projects.
- Plans, organizes, and establish priorities of daily work routine, project tasks and work assignments to meet planned due dates and timelines.
- 5+ years’ experience developing, negotiating, and managing supplier quality agreements in a medical device environment
- Experience creating processes and procedures internally and for suppliers
- Experienced with remediation of files
- Proven problem-solving methodologies including root cause analysis, FMEA, Pareto etc.
- Experience proposing CAPA’s to eliminate future nonconformances
- Strong communicator and self-starter
- Ability to work onsite
- 4 year degree
SRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer - All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other factor determined to be unlawful under applicable law.
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