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Global Supplier Services - Supplier Assurance Services (Sas) Information Risk Assessment Lead
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at www.jpmorganchase.com at http://www.jpmorganchase.com/ . The Corporate Third Party Oversight (CTPO) team is responsible for developing, deploying, overseeing and ongoing reporting of a program that drives the effective use of third parties to accomplish JPMorgan Chase's strategic goals. This includes building awareness of the program at the firm and ensuring consistency globally across both the Lines of Business (LOBs) and corporate groups. It also includes understanding and dissemination of regulatory requirements and reporting to regulators on the program and status. The major focus of the program is to ensure our vendors are performing to the same high standards that JPMorgan Chase holds itself accountable to including client service, quality, control, regulatory compliance, business resiliency and protection of information. The Supplier Assurance Services (SAS) team is part of the JPMC Corporate Third Party Oversight (CTPO) Program. The team provides IT risk management oversight for third party service providers in accordance to JPMorgan Chase (JPMC) Third Party Oversight (TPO) Standards. The SAS Shared Service team supports all Lines of Businesses (LOBs), and regions globally. As a Supplier Assurance Services (SAS) Risk Assessment Lead, this position is responsible for performing Risk Assessments of third party’s system and infrastructure technology to ensure they comply with JPMC Corporate Policies & Standards and technology risks are managed. The firm-wide assessment team will partner with Lines of Business to focus on firm-wide assessments of large technology service providers. The Team is also responsible for assessing remediation plans and non compliance acceptances across multiple business lines where technology standards’ compliance cannot be achieved. This includes:
Identifying opportunities to improve third party risk posture, developing creative solutions for mitigating risks.
Liaising with JPMC and third party’s senior managers to communicate and influence best risk practices.
Driving compliance to adhere to best risk management practices throughout the organizations. As a Supplier Assurance Services (SAS) Risk Assessment Lead within this group your day to day responsibilities will be to develop and execute firm-wide risk assessments of processes, products or programs, with focus on consistency. This includes:
Engage with multiple LOB Delivery Managers for firm-wide third parties to ensure compliance with all required assessments per the JPMC policy and procedures.
Drive all aspects of the risk assessment of third party service providers.
Assess completed questionnaire and supporting field work materials to ensure they are complete and meet JPMC expectations.
Lead the onsite assessment, providing the overall IT Risk expertise.
Identify control breaks and vulnerabilities with a third party.
Document findings and work with the LOB Delivery Manager to resolve those findings through Action Plans (APs) or seek Risk Acceptance (RA) approvals.
Validate evidence from third party, before Action Plans are closed.
Escalate issues associated with third parties as needed.
Identify opportunities for process improvements to deliver increasing operational efficiency in the processes.
Identify opportunities for improving third party risk posture as well as JPMC's third party risk management processes, including expanded monitoring, KRI tracking, etc.
Assist with various Third Party Risk Management program initiatives working closely with the Third Party Risk Management Leads.
Support internal education and best practices sharing with peers and colleagues, as well as third party education & awareness, as needed + 7-10 years of experience in Business Information Technology within a large enterprise level environment.
3-5 years of experience Risk Management, Technology Audit function or Information Security Risk + 5-7 years of work experience in one or more areas of infrastructure (e.g. UNIX, Windows, mainframe), databases (e.g. DB2, Oracle, SQL Server) and networks is required.
Complete understanding of IT control policies.
Experience debating issues with senior decision makers and pushing back when necessary.
Strong written and verbal presentation skills at the senior management level across various business groups
CISSP, CISM/CISA or CRISC certification is a plus. JPMorgan Chase is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer Disability/Veteran.
Supplier Quality Engineer (Field Supplier Engineer)
Supplier Quality Engineer (Field Supplier Engineer)
Employees at L3 Communication Systems-West create solutions that save lives. Join our team and serve those who serve us.
Who is L3 Communication Systems-West (L3 CSW)? With over 3400 employees, we are one of Utah’s top employers. Our smart devices send mission-critical data into armed conflicts to help our troops stay safe by staying in touch with key information. We’ve taken large communications systems—ground based, mobile, satellite, surveillance and reconnaissance—and developed new ways to make them smaller and more capable. Why should you work at L3 CSW? Not only can you make life-saving differences for our troops, but at L3 CSW, you can have a flexible work schedule, buy up to 80 hours of additional vacation, access our on-site health clinic, work out in our on-site fitness center, eat in our on-site cafes with healthy food discounts, ride our shuttles or bicycles around our campus, take advantage of our tuition reimbursement, access L3 Perks, and so much more! Who works at L3 CSW? We are committed to diversity in every aspect of our business. Our inclusive culture welcomes all employees and values their unique contributions to our success. For L3 CSW, diversity enhances our business. Are you ready to be L3 CSW? Join us as we keep our nation and troops safe by providing life-saving solutions for use on sea, land, air, and space. The
Supplier Quality Engineer is responsible to drive pro-active risk reduction, quality improvements, problem resolution, failure analysis, root cause and corrective action, and facilitate continuous process improvements with assigned suppliers.This position will provide quick reaction support for Quality and Delivery related issues, plan and execute supplier audits performance reviews, as well provide regular feedback and technical support to assigned suppliers. This positionis for
multiple openings , which may be filled by different gradesbased on the successful applicant’s skills, education and experience. This position is based out of Salt Lake City, UT and requires 25 – 75% travel.Candidates must be able and willing to travel locally as well as throughout the United States and possibly internationally. The preferred candidate has relevant technical experience in Cable Harness, Antenna, RF, PWBs, CCAs, Antenna Systems and/or Electronic Components, as well as experience as a Supplier Quality Engineer
within the Aerospace and Defense sector.
Develop a strong understanding of the assigned supply base and associated manufacturing, test, inspection processes.
Lead specific in-depth problem solving at a supplier facility, such as recurring line stoppages, customer field failures, numerous supplier escapes, observation of significant failure trends, etc.
Evaluate supplier rejections to determine appropriate actions, and manage all phases of Supplier Corrective Actions.
Plan and execute product and process related audits, drive preventative actions at the supplier’s facility and minimize escapes to L-3.
Perform Supplier Performance Reviews and Supplier Scorecard action plans.
Execute product verification activities with suppliers such as FAI, Acceptance Test, Qual, Environmental Test witness and Authorization to Ship.
Identify key process control parameters/characteristics and review adequacy of Quality Control Plans
Participate in supplier program milestone (e.g. PDR, CDR, MRR, etc) reviews for new strategic awards.
Verify that quality data is utilized, tracked, reported, and corrective actions are taken on a routine basis within the assigned supply base.
Coordinate closely with Engineering, Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management and Program Management and Program Quality to support new strategic awards, awareness of materials critical to quality, problem resolution and internal customer support.
This position requires a blend of technical and analytical ability, strong verbal and written communication skills and ahigh degree of professional acumen. \ * LI-EW1 Qualifications
A Bachelors degree in Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) is strongly preferred.
7 years experience as a Supplier Quality Engineer in the Aerospace and Defense sector working independently in aregional based assignment.
Relevant technical experience in Cable Harness, Antenna, RF, PWBs, CCAs, Antenna Systems and/or Electronic Components.
Relevant training or desire to obtain certification/s in Quality, such as CQE, Lead Auditor, IPC-600, IPC-610, IPC-620, Six Sigma, other applicable.
This position requires a blend of technical and analytical ability, strong verbal and written communication skills and ahigh degree of professional acumen.
Proficiency in MS Office software applications.Experience with SAP a plus but not required.
Ability to perform root cause and corrective action.
Good technical writing, diplomatic, factual, and excellent communication skills.
Ability to developstrong working relationships with the suppliers and internal customers.
Ability to interpret a drawing, SOW and other technical documentation, GD&T, as well as ability to develop an associated inspection plan/compliance matrix.
Ability to interpret data, analytical, SPC, identify trends and develop preventative actions.
Experience with AS9100, ISO:9001 Quality Systems; Supplier quality requirement flow down, FAI and/or FMEA strongly desired.
Ability to travel to suppliers and support short notice trips.Travel will be high within assigned region and will require regular day trips, as well as overnight travel to surrounding area – estimated 75% .
Due to the nature of our work this position may require the ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Defense security clearance. This position may require overtime, weekend, holiday and/or non-standard working hours.
Additional Comments: This positionis for multiple openings, which may be filled by different gradesbased on the successful applicant’s skills, education and experience. L-3 Communications is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. L-3 provides equal employment opportunity for all persons, in all facets of employment. We encourage minorities, females, protected veterans and disabled individuals to apply. L-3 maintains a drug-free workplace and performs pre-employment substance-abuse testing and background checks. Equal Opportunity Employer – minorities / females / veterans / individuals with disabilities / sexual orientation / gender identity.L3 maintains a drug-free workplace and performs pre-employment substance-abuse testing and background checks.
Primary Location USA-Utah-Salt Lake City
Other Locations USA-New Jersey-Toms River, USA-New York-New York, USA-New Jersey-Newark
US Security Clearance Required:
Shift: Day - 1st
Travel: Yes, 25 % of the Time
Organization: Division - Communication Systems West-20000036
Sep 26, 2017, 11:53:25 AM
Req ID: 092785
Supplier Quality Engineer - Aerospace And Defense
Ingenium Technologies - Los Angeles, CA 91355
Additional Job Postings:http://www.ingeniumtech.com/tech_staffing/
A large military aerospace contractor is currently a Supplier Quality Engineer. The Supplier Quality Engineer is responsible for the implementation and execution of methods and programs to ensure that suppliers have systems that meet specifications and standards that adhere not only to our company policies, but our customers as well.
Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- This position interfaces with the sourcing team and communicates direction to suppliers on issues such as; quality performance improvement, part approval process, sampling plans, inspection methods, measurement system analysis, statistical process control contract reviews, problem investigations, evaluation of quality systems, and product transition activity.
- Executes quality portion of MRB / non-conformance product issues using established systems
- Executes Quality tools that apply to the product and suppliers assigned. Quality Engineering tools such as: contract review, sampling plans, auditing principals, SPC, MSA, First Articles, FMEA, PFMEA, calibration systems, etc to understand and ultimately resolve issues in the supply base.
- Applies demonstrated understanding of the relevant product or customer specifications, flow down documents, procedures, engineering or process drawings and regulating agent body requirements that apply to the products and suppliers assigned
- Issues, monitors and maintains corrective action database
- Works effectively with suppliers to resolve problems using Root Cause Corrective Actions (RCCA) tools
- Analyze supplier performance data to determine continuous improvement opportunities to improve supplier performance.
- Utilizes available data to establish schedules and perform required audits of assigned suppliers
- Maintains accurate and current supplier quality records, such as supplier audits, certifications, corrective action responses, and database screens
- Participate with the Sourcing team to select and manage assigned suppliers
- Travel to assigned suppliers, as necessary (domestic and international)
- Work and lead multiple projects effectively to closure
Required Software: SAP, Oracle, MS Office Applications
5-10 years experience in a supplier quality role preferably in aerospace and defense.
- 5-10 years of experience in a military, government, aerospace/defense related manufacturing facility is required.
- Solid understanding and previous experience conducting supplier quality audits.
Strong analytical and critical thinking skills
Strong facilitation skills
Solid understanding of AS9100, ISO-9000/2000, QS-9000 and/or TS-16949
Knowledge and experience with Continuous Improvement Methodologies (6 Sigma, Lean Mfg. etc.)
Greenbelt training, preferred
- ASQ certification preferred
Required Education: High school diploma, Associates or equivalent.
Position: Direct Hire, local candidates preferred
Travel: 20% domestic and international required
Compensation: Exempt, Highly Competitive with Benefits
Location: Los Angeles, CA 91355
Employment Criteria: This position includes access or potential access to ITAR technical data. Therefore, candidates will need to qualify as a US Person which is defined as a US Citizen, a Permanent Resident who does not work for a foreign company/foreign government/foreign governmental agency or organization, or a political asylee in compliance with International Traffic in Arms Regulations.
Employment Statement: Ingenium Technologies is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or any other classification protected by federal, state or local law. Proof of eligibility for employment will be required upon employment.
Due to the requirements of the Customer, No Visa sponsorship is available.
Supplier Quality Engineer
Job/Position SummaryThe Supplier Development Specialist works in a team environment to coordinate the Automotive Products SBU Supplier Development Program, primarily in North America. Specific responsibilities start with the supplier evaluation and source selection process and progress through PPAP and production launch. Once in production, the function provides ongoing performance measurement and continuous improvement initiatives for targeted members of the supply base. The position involves working with Purchasing’s Buyers, and other functional groups within CTS to assist in the selection of the most capable and competitive suppliers. Once selected, Supplier Development works with suppliers on documented continuous improvement programs to correct deficiencies identified in assessments or due to problems identified in performance in the areas of Quality, Service and Cost. The position is designed to enable the supply base to become as competitive as possible to compliment the strengths and efforts of CTS.
Major Areas of Responsibility
- Leads the effort to perform detailed assessments of potential suppliers prior to award of business. The assessments are designed to determine the operational effectiveness of the suppliers’ business systems and practices. Deficiencies uncovered during assessments are documented, and form the basis for Supplier Continuous Improvement Plans if the supplier is awarded business. Special emphasis is placed on the Supplier’s Quality and Manufacturing systems by this position.
- Conducts Assessments/audits on the processes of existing suppliers on a periodic basis. This is to ensure the supplier is maintaining their adherence to their documented systems, process control plans, and to verify completion of action items in Supplier Continuous Improvement plans.
- Ensures that suppliers maintain ongoing efforts to improve their ability to satisfy requirements for Quality, Service, and Cost. Based on deficiencies uncovered during audits/assessments, or in the normal course of the business relationship, formal action items will be established and will be part of the Supplier Continuous Improvement Program. Supplier Development will work with these suppliers, including providing education and assistance to ensure completion of the corrective actions.
- Maintains supplier data files for the Supplier Development program at CTS. These activities include the Supplier Performance Measurement system, maintaining the Supplier Development Matrix, developing strategies for dock to stock participation of suppliers, maintaining the Approved/Preferred/World Class Supplier Classification program.
- Continuously evaluate CTS Sensors and Mechatronic’s present systems for effectiveness, efficiency, and value. As required, modify or implement new systems that will better carry out the goals of Supplier Development. These initiatives will impact the Automotive SBU or CTS Corporation. Specific objectives to be outlined and monitored through yearly goals.
- Works with Purchasing, Quality and the Supplier to assure the Supplier Continuous Improvement plans (SCIP) are being worked. Supplier Development will monitor the corrective action for timely response and evaluate the response as needed. In cases of large or chronic quality issues, this position will act as the problem resolution champion by establishing conference calls, making on site visits/audits and participates in problem solving activities. Progress on issues affecting resolution is reported to management.
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- ISO/TS 16949/ITAF16949 & Lead Auditor Training
- Training in Lean Manufacturing or Lean Enterprise philosophies, tools, techniques. MS/MBA a plus
- 8-D and other problem solving techniques
- Proficient in Microsoft applications
- Understanding/use of Lean Manufacturing tools/techniques
Education and Experience
- Four year degree (BS) in Business, Engineering or other similar technical degree.
- Quality and Engineering or Manufacturing or Supplier Development experience - Automotive related
- Ability to work several hours at a computer
- Ability to travel (domestic and international) as needed
- Standard office environment
Supplier Management Leader
Brady Corporation is an international manufacturer and marketer of complete solutions that identify and protect people, products and places. Brady’s products help customers increase safety, security, productivity and performance and include high-performance labels, signs, safety devices, printing systems and software. Founded in 1914, the Company has a diverse customer base in electronics, telecommunications, manufacturing, electrical, construction, medical, aerospace and a variety of other industries. Brady is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and as of July 31, 2017, employed approximately 6,300 people in its worldwide businesses. Brady’s fiscal 2017 sales were approximately $1.11 billion. Brady stock trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol BRC. More information is available on the Internet at www.bradycorp.com.
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Quality Assurance Supplier Manager - (Mt. Vernon, IN)
At AstraZeneca we turn ideas into life changing medicines. Working here means being entrepreneurial, thinking big and working together to make the impossible a reality.
We're focused on the potential of science to address the unmet needs of patients around the world. We commit to those areas where we think we can really change the course of medicine and bring big new ideas to life. As a Quality Assurance Supplier Manager (QASM) in Mt.
Vernon, IN, you'll play a pivotal role in channelling our scientific capabilities to make a positive impact on changing patients' lives. Operations at AstraZeneca is a truly world-class business unit. It offers one of the most exciting, fast paced, challenging and rewarding work environments in the world of operations, supply chain and manufacturing.As the Quality Assurance Supplier Manager, you will be responsible for the Quality management of assigned Locally managed Mt Vernon Suppliers.
This includes, but is not limited to, the Quality System oversight and/or performance of the following activities: change control, product quality complaint and deviation investigations, quality issue management and escalation, product release, QA Agreements (establishment and maintenance) between AZ and External Suppliers. Essential Job Functions:Planning for, supporting and participating in Regulatory Agency inspections.As needed, support WWAG Quality Assurance Audits of assigned Suppliers. Serve as supplier representative on Issue Management Teams.Liaise with Suppliers to ensure successful delivery of projects.Make decisions and advise the Supplier Management Team regarding quality and pharmaceutical technology issues within their area of expertise.Responsible for Quality Assurance Supplier Management including but not limited to:
Annual Assessments; Quality Assurance Agreements; trending and reporting of data; assessing, reviewing and improving quality systems at Suppliers; attendance at Quality and Business Review Meetings.Maintains a high level of understanding of relevant production processes and quality systems.Performs the QA review and/or approval of the following cGMP documentation for their Suppliers:Change Requests.Product Quality Reviews (API and F&P PCOs only) or Supplier Quality Review (GDMS).CMC documentation (GEL) associated with changes or product establishment at Suppliers (API and F&P PCOs only).Quality Investigations (Deviations, Product Quality Complaints).Responsible for quality issues escalation and resolution at the Suppliers, to ensure right product at the right time is delivered into the Product Supply Chain.Proactively ensures GMP and regulatory compliance during the planning, execution and closeout phases of projects at their Supplier(s).As a member of a Supplier Management team, responsible for supporting cost saving initiatives, value creation, performance standards, continuous improvements, and issue resolutions at their Supplier(s).Collaborates with, and influences to facilitate process improvements and risk assessments; benchmarks internal and external QA practices to identify innovative efficient and effective practices.Stays abreast of evolving regulatory compliance practices and recommends implementation strategies to GES/AZ site leaders.Collaborates in data analysis and report creation on quality metrics and key performance indicators.Develops and maintains effective business relationships with Suppliers.Manages quality data and records in relevant quality management support systems (e.g. GCM, OCM, LIMS, SCM, etc.) as required and shares information during site Quality Councils.Assist in the production of, or contribution to, AZ quality documentation (including GES SOPs, Q & C Manual Procedures, etc.).Participates in the Mt.
Vernon self-inspection program, auditing processes and procedures.Accountable for QA decision-making; works directly with the Supplier Management leader and other team members to deliver objectives.Essential
Bachelor degree in a science / technical field such as Pharmacy, Biology, Chemistry or Engineering.
Proven broad experience in either the pharmaceutical operations environment or pharmaceutical Quality Assurance role.Desired Background:Strong demonstrated knowledge of cGMPs, Quality Systems and the pharmaceutical supply chain environment. Also strong understanding of industry standards such as Pharmacopeia, ISO standards, etc.Excellent oral and written communication skills.Demonstrated experience working cross-functionally and managing significant improvement initiatives (e.g. project management skills).Strong problem solving skills.Strong negotiating/influencing skills.Ability to work independently under his/her own initiative.Next Steps - Apply today!To be considered for this exciting opportunity, please complete the full application on our website at your earliest convenience - it is the only way that our Recruiter and Hiring Manager can know that you feel well qualified for this opportunity. If you know someone who would be a great fit, please share this posting with them.AstraZeneca is an equal opportunity employer. AstraZeneca will consider all qualified applicants for employment without discrimination on grounds of disability, sex or sexual orientation, pregnancy or maternity leave status, race or national or ethnic origin, age, religion or belief, gender identity or re-assignment, marital or civil partnership status, protected veteran status (if applicable) or any other characteristic protected by law.
Account Executive I - Supplier Relationship Management
Location: 811 Main St, Kansas City, Missouri 64105
How would you like to work for a great company that offers career growth and values your skills and experience? For over 150 years, Commerce Bank has built a strong reputation as a "Super Community" bank and is recognized as an industry leader. In today's growing and competitive financial services industry, we look for creative and innovative solutions to meet the needs of our customers. To achieve our results, we recruit the best and brightest employees who ask, listen and solve to meet our customers' needs!
Primary focus is to generate volume by enrolling vendors in B2B payment solutions that include Private Network, Supply Chain Finance, card, ACH, check and other forms of invoice remittance.
Supplier enablement is critical to the success of our Accounts Payable solutions. Our team has proven the value of an effective enrollment strategy as evidenced by double-digit portfolio growth.
The successful Account Executive will manage a portfolio of suppliers. You will manage current suppliers as well as qualify suppliers for payment solutions beneficial to both buyer and supplier. Their day will consist primarily of preparing for and conducting outbound sales calls. In some instances, dialogue with a supplier will require significant discussion regarding their accounts receivables; this dialogue will often include topics such as invoice terms, discounts and payment methods. The Account Executive's performance will be measured against challenging but obtainable Standards of Performance on a monthly basis.
The ideal candidate will leverage strong business acumen to succeed with a consultative sales strategy, demonstrating confident telephone and multitasking skills, persistence, and the ability to explain complex processing solutions to unfamiliar audiences. Specifically, we are seeking a highly motivated, entrepreneurial-minded, tenacious team player.
Work Hours: Monday-Friday (8:00am-5:00pm)
* Proven sales skills
* Experience with the Microsoft Office application suite
* Comfortable in dialogue with "C" level executives
* 2 - 4 years B2B sales or support
* Effective communicator across multiple forms of media
* Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
* Professional demeanor and appearance
* Some travel
* Excellent mathematical abilities and problem solving skills
* Previous accounting, marketing experience
* Contract negotiation experience
* General knowledge of commercial credit
Senior Supplier Auditor - Quality
Must Be Experienced!!!
Senior Supplier Auditor- Quality -------- Global Leader in Pharmaceutical Consumer Products
Great benefit package beginning on day 1 (except for 401K) Relocation package is included if needed.
Good opportunity for advancement. Great starting salary.
Supplier Auditor- Quality
The Quality Auditor – Suppliers will have responsibility for supplier audit planning, scheduling, execution, documentation, reporting and follow up.
The Quality Auditor – Suppliers will have responsibility for supplier audit planning, scheduling, execution, documentation, reporting and follow up. The auditor must maintain relevant knowledge regarding regulatory expectations around supplier management, and ensure the local supplier auditing program reflects these requirements. The auditor must report on supplier risk, audit status, and follow up on audit commitments. The supplier auditor must be a self-starter and have excellent written and verbal communication skills, time management skills, and must be able to communicate with external and internal customers at various levels within the organization. The auditor may also support internal and global audit activities as needed.
• Schedule and conduct, with other QA support as necessary, supplier audits to meet current regulatory and Global Quality expectations. Will require some domestic and international travel.
• Develop and maintain supplier audit schedule. Schedule to be developed based on supplier risk and prior audit history. Prepare risk assessments as necessary for suppliers who do not allow audits.
• Develop supplier audit reports, follow up on supplier commitments.
• Report on audit status, supplier issues to management, including the highlighting of areas/suppliers that require further action to be taken.
• Manage travel budget to support audit requirements
Education: BS in Scientific discipline
ISO Lead Auditor 13485 or 9001 or CQA
Experience: 5 – 8 years of Quality Auditing or Compliance experience in a pharmaceutical/medical device industry. Need to demonstrate strong understanding of Pharmaceutical GMPs and Quality System Regulations and current industry practice, with emphasis in pharmaceutical / medical device manufacturing. Experience in sterile drug products manufacturing preferred. Strong knowledge of supplier selection, evaluation and auditing programs in the pharma industry preferred. Experience with ISO 13485 and ISO 9001:2001 required.
Strong organizational and communication skills required in order to develop programs, work independently with minimal supervision and effectively interact with all levels of the organization, including suppliers. Excellent time management skills. Demonstrated technical writing and proficiency with Excel and Microsoft Word.
Supplier Quality Engineer
SUPPLIER QUALITY ENGINEER
Our client is a global leader in their industry and they have asked West Michigan Technical to help them find a Supplier Quality Engineer to join their team!
The Supplier Quality Engineer is responsible for managing supplier quality initiatives for all purchased parts. This includes the planning, coordination and direction of New Product, Current Production, and customer issue resolution activities.
Primary responsibilities for the Supplier Quality Engineer include participation in product launches, developing gauging plans, control plans and PFMEA; responsibility for all activities of incoming materials inspection, including the development of inspection requirements; driving the application of PPAP, APQP, PFMEA, MSA, Control Plans and SPC with the supply chain; participates in investigative activities associated with supplier related customer returns; conducts supplier visits to review product quality processes and as required visits end-product user facilities to identify quality issues
- Bachelor's degree in engineering or quality-related field with two(2) to four(4) years of successful work experience in a quality related role
- Strong statistical experience, ability to read Engineering drawings within a 'quality testing' and 'quality analysis' environment
- Ability to use statistics and capability analysis to review suppliers and internal information to identify trends, draw conclusions, and implement change
- Ability to interpret and translate GD&T requirements into manufacturing and measurement methods
- Ability to conduct systematic problem solving projects
- Strong root cause problem solving experience
Recruiting and staffing that focuses in direct hire in Engineering, Operations, Supply Chain, and Human Resources talent.
Advanced Quality/ Supplier Quality Engineer
SUMMARY:This position includes responsibility for performing activities in advanced and manufacturing quality engineering. Responsibilities include leadership in problem solving, measurement system analysis, product knowledge, quality system compliance, organization skills, and self-improvement.
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIESinclude the following:
Supports product development team activities and customer requirements
Utilizes AIAG - Advanced Product & Quality Planning (APQP), Measurement System Analysis (MSA), FMEA, Statistical Process Control (SPC), and PPAP requirements.
Coordinates FMEA development & reviews.
Attends APQP Team Meetings. Supports & represents operations in APQP meetings.
Prepares & maintains control plans & inspection instructions.
Request & monitors layout activities to ensure conformity to requirements and timing.
Recommends methods of layout and gauge design. Obtain gages as required.
Coordinates gauge repeatability and reproducibility studies as required.
Assists in performing preliminary process set-up studies (DOE).
Leads in problem solving team activities and maintains or assist in documentation.
Requests & coordinates lab testing activities between Engineering, Manufacturing and Quality.
Supports Statistical Process Control activities in Manufacturing.
Tracks and follows up on supplier quality pre-planning, CERT/SPC performance.
Conducts supplier PPAP review and Process Sign Off-s as required.
Generates Supplier Nonconformance Notices as required. Follow-up and closure of SNN.
Assists in generating Supplier Performance Scorecards and assists in supplier development based on their performance.
Conducts supplier audits as required.
Compiles and coordinates all required AIAG PPAP or customer specific product approval documentation as required.
Ensures that all pertinent data from the Quality department is gathered, stored and easily accessible.
Utilizes working knowledge of the ISO/TS 16949 standard.
Supports manufacturing when necessary for improvements
Conduct quality audits as required
Performs all duties in a positive and professional manner.
Maintains an acceptable attendance record to ensure timely work completion.
Must have knowledge of and adhere to the current Quality and Environmental System requirements as they relate to this job.
Performs other job related duties as assigned.
Provide updates to team as needed such as those required at the weekly Product Development APQP Reviews
Develop contingency plans as needed to assure sustainable project targets.
Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills
Focuses on customer satisfaction through teamwork and empowerment, solving problems through a consultative approach, operating with honesty and integrity and providing a highly responsive and unsurpassed level of customer service.
Accountable for all record-keeping as appropriate and in accordance with Rayconnect specifications.
Customer satisfaction: Perform with honesty and integrity instituting a highly responsive and unsurpassed level of customer service.
Contributes to leading in product innovation by listening and working with others and contributing new ideas.
Committed to quality by striving for reliability and quality in our products, continuously searching for ways to enhance performance and meeting all training and documentation criteria.
Bachelor’s degree in an engineering or mathematics field or equivalent combination of education and experience;
5 years of quality engineering experience
Demonstrated efficiency with working autonomously, problem identification/resolution and facilitating problem solving teams;
Working knowledge of AIAG - Advanced Product & Quality Planning (APQP), Measurement System Analysis (MSA), FMEA, Statistical Process Control (SPC), and PPAP requirements;
Working knowledge of GD&T standards and methodologies;
Progressive knowledge of and utilization of Six Sigma, or another widely recognized formal problem solving methodology.
Working knowledge of MS Office applications
Working knowledge of SAP systems
Demonstrated skills in independent problem solving, decision-making, and follow through
Strategy development support and project status reporting
Solid computer skills
Must be able to work and thrive in a team-based matrix environment
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