Supplier Quality Engineer I (2 needed)

Location: Danville, IL
Job Type: Direct Hire
Salary: $58,000.00 - $66,000.00
Degree: Bachelor of Science;
Date: 12/5/2017
Job ID: 02540001
Job Description
Detail of Responsibilities: 1. Performs Supplier Quality Systems Surveys and supplier process reviews 2. Leads component part design review meetings 3. Works with internal team to gather information and make decisions regarding product sourcing 4. Reviews and approves ISIR submissions 5. Assists Purchasing in coordinating all Localization activities 6. Performs Supplier process reviews 7. Supports design with VA/VE ideas for purchased components & materials 8. Provides technical support for purchasing and production personnel 9. Contacts suppliers and provides feedback on quality issues. 10. Develops effective countermeasures for all supplier related quality issues 11. Performs technical and statistical investigations and analysis on supplier-related quality issues using standard problem solving method 12. Prepares and audits procedures and records for inspection and testing of purchased products. 13. Makes recommendations to design department regarding possible improvements to component parts that would reduce total cost, increase productivity, and improve process capability 14. Develops fail-safes and improvements to manufacturing conditions, processes, equipment, jigs, and production line flow 15. Works with manufacturing engineers on labor saving methods for increased automation 16. Analyze processes to reduce defects (process review) 

1. Bachelors Degree in Engineering or a related
2. 6 months to 2 years of related manufacturing experience
3.  Experience in Supplier Quality Engineering or Customer Relations within automotive supplier manufacturing, and experience in a JIT manufacturing environment are preferred
4.  Knowledge, skills, and abilities in the following areas: a. Technical knowledge in statistics and/or QC tools inspection methods b. Understanding of CAD, GD&T, and APQP c. Analytical and problem solving skills d. Organizational and planning skills e. Computer skills in standard business software (including MS Office programs) f. Written and verbal communications and presentation skills