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Quality Engineer - Hickory, NC

Job Description:

One of the world’s leaders in materials science, our client has an opening for an quality engineer to work onsite in Hickory, NC.   While this is a 12+ month contract position it has the potential to extend to 24 months.  

Education/Experience Required:

• 4 year Engineering degree

• 3+ years of experience.

 

Responsibilities:

• Quality engineering linkage for cable systems globally.

• Design new and improve existing quality architecture systems (PQA).

• Evaluate the impact of product, process and equipment changes on product attributes and quality architectures.

• Drives early identification of vulnerabilities or quality issues, assigns ownership, and ensures implementation of actions to ensure improvement

• Perform specification and guardband/ risk analysis for standard products and special customer requests

• Ability to work across various functional groups on a daily basis to accomplish goals

• Lead Worldwide quality deployments and customer resolutions

• Work with engineering on Proactive Sustainable Solutions vs. reactive responses

• Support OFC Quality Systems by creating, maintaining, and executing the global strategy

• Facilitate efforts in understanding processes capability and product quality architecture

• Facilitate root cause analysis on products and processes not meeting specified standards and requirements

• Support Quality Assurance in the resolution of customer issues.

• Coordinates and facilitates benchmarking and communication of best practices across the division

• Instills a Quality oriented culture in which everyone feels ownership for Quality and acts accordingly

• Good data collection and analysis skills; basic understanding of statistics and control charts.

• Effective in Project Management

• Structured problem solving skills to drive to root cause (e.g., KT)

• Familiarity with Quality Systems, audits, TL and ISO Certifications or other types of Quality certifications

• Ability to drive projects to closure

• Experience with various statistical packages like SAS and Minitab

• Six Sigma Black or Green Belt or DMAIC project experience.

• Knowledge of Fiber Optic manufacturing process and product attributes.

Job ID:
361191

Dept ID:
10601

Location:
Hickory, NC
United States of America

Industry:
Online / Full App

Job Type:
Temp Position
Folder Group ID
258

Posted Date:3/28/2019

Domain:arna

Contact: jason.ollie@advantageresourcing.com

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Job Title: Quality Engineer

Location: Hickory, NC

Job Type: Temp Position

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Posted Date: 3/28/2019

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