Quality Engineer

To review the organization' s quality policies, communications, programs and practices to ensure customer satisfaction is achieved. May develop changes to plans and/or methodology. Provides recommendations for improvements in order to meet program objectives.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Review of TS16949 documentation, instructions, procedures and quality manuals, and ensuring operations is in compliance
  • Provides support to TS16949 activities
  • FMEA, 8D and SPC
  • Customer quality issues and problem solving to include customer communication & customer visits as required
  • Manage production part builds and layouts as it pertains to PPAP
  • Work directly with engineering and program managers regarding issues and or engineering changes
  • GP12 program launches
  • Audits processes performed by workers relative to methods, tools, ability to follow manufacturing instructions
  • May determine frequency and allowable variations from specifications at various stages of the manufacturing process
  • Investigates and recommends alternatives to product design and or manufacturing methods to ensure quality
  • Generate inspection plans, reporting formats, or performance indicators for specific process areas.
  • Investigates/supports corrective action activities required by either internal or external customer concerns
  • Perform various other duties, as from time to time required by the department


Bachelor' s degree in Quality with 3+ years of experience, or equivalent


Three + years of experience

Experience in automotive seating and/or mechanism environment


Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment

Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook

Ability to communicate with all levels of personnel including customers & suppliers

APQP, SPC, FMEA, & 8D Problem Solving


AIAG Methods

Blue Print Reading

Strong GD&T skills

Work Environment

Office environment 50%

Production plant floor 50%

Physical Demands

Ability to lift 40 lbs.

Ability to work 8 hours on production plant floor

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