The Quality Assurance Engineer will report to the Operations Manager and will have primary responsibility for the development and maintenance of production quality in accordance with ASME standards and documentation to ensure quality manufacturing to our customers’ specifications on a consistent basis. This includes, but is not limited to; defining quality requirements for current/new products and preparing/maintaining necessary documentation, monitor production quality performance to identify opportunities for improvement, review and maintenance of quality files, procedures, work instructions, training, etc. for relevance and adherence to customer and regulatory compliance.
Duties and Responsibilities for this position are as follows:
Prepare and manage the overall Quality Control Plan for all steps in the manufacturing process from incoming material to shipping of finished goods.
Prepare and implement Quality Inspection Instructions specific to each work area and product type in the manufacturing process.
Prepare and perform QMS (Quality Management System) audits to insure that all procedures and instructions related to the QMS are adhered to.
Lead the investigation of customer non-conformance reports and all responses using the 8D Problem Solving methodology.
Provide technical support for issues related to new products, new customers, and/or qualification of new equipment and personnel.
Provide support to Purchasing for evaluation and qualification of new suppliers, or continuous improvement activities of existing suppliers.
Perform random quality checks on shop floor of C/Cs (critical characteristics) as identified by Production Planner.
Track and prepare monthly reports for internal and external quality performance metrics.
Support Engineering in process development, equipment selection, and process flow activities
Ensure the awareness of customer requirements throughout the organization
Handle administration of Corrective Actions and Customer Complaints
Keep Operations Manager fully apprised of significant occurrences and trends that impact the quality of product or manufacturing operations
Anticipates current and future issues and develops plans and actions to minimize the negative impact on the business
Required Education and Experience for this position are as follows:
Degree in Mechanical Engineering with working hands on experience with ASME standards
7 to 10 years years of experience in a manufacturing quality assurance program, department, or operation.
Experience working in the quality area for an organization certified to ISO 9001 or similar standard.
Hands-on ability for measurement using micrometers, calibers, indicators, etc.
Strong understanding of statistical process control especially CpK and control limits, trends and the need for tool replacement to meet acceptable performance.
Knowledge of PAPP process.
Ability to read CAD / technical drawings.
Must be able to work in both a shop and office environment.
Experience with the proper use of measuring equipment
Proficiency in MS Office, including Word and Excel
About Human Capital Consulting Partners LLC
At Human Capital Consulting Partners, our mission is to better align the performance of your workforce with the expectations of your organization. Founded by Jim Geier, HCC Partners was created to drive organization performance by working with business leaders to ensure the attraction, retention and development of the right talent. HCC Partners is located in Trevose, PA serving Pennsylvania and its surrounding states.