Quality Engineer

Company Name:
M-Tek, Inc.
The Quality Assurance Engineer is responsible for the coordination of all paperwork associated with a typical new model launch as well as maintaining all documentation as required by the customer. He/she is also the initial contact person for coordinating troubleshooting and corrective action efforts in the reduction of internal process variation and quality improvement. Typical interaction is with the customer, engineering personnel, procurement personnel, and production personnel.

Process all necessary part inspection instructions
Complete and sign-off on customer specific approval process (S.I.R.; P.P.A.P./P.S.W; etc.)
Obtains customer approval for control of parts
Sign off that data collection method and actual condition is correct
Issue Quality Concerns as needed
Interact with external customers and internal customers
Monitors control plan for consistent quality and makes adjustments as needed
Meets quality and quantity levels of assigned work, housekeeping, and safe work practices
Coordinate accepted/rejected material movement between departments, customers, and suppliers
Generate reports, graphs, and charts as needed. Maintain weekly report for customer concerns.
Oversees data collection and interpretation to coordinate improvement efforts
Inspects/tests materials/products for aesthetic and dimensional accuracy
Monitor and enforce ISO/TS16949 and ISO 14001 policies/procedures
Verify accuracy of all documentation
Assists with training Level 1 Engineers
Supervise hourly technicians when required
Support the implementation, achievement, and maintenance of the Quality and Environmental Policies and Procedures

High School Diploma, GED or Higher.

3 or more years experience in the Quality field with 3 yrs in a manufacturing environment.

Computer skills in working with Windows operating system as well as Word Processor, Spreadsheet software.
Ability to interpret blueprints, drawings, etc.

Training Specific To Position:
Capable of using basic measurement devices such as micrometers, calipers, indicators, coordinate measuring machine, etc.

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