Sr. Product Quality Engineer

Position Responsibilities:

Establish the product quality control plan and method to be complianced with specification, standard, regulation.

Involve with the Project Design verification and validations for the OEM products.

Audit OEM and track their quality improvement process

Track , monitor the products quality performance for the production process and customer failure.

Organize team to resolve the quality issues of customer and production.

Review the quality performance of outgoing inspections.

Review the engineering changes of quality impacts.

Support Project Transfer

Other tasks assigned by quality manager

Experience Required:

Above 5 years working experience in product quality, prefer to be instrument product.

Good English communication skills in speaking, reading, writing.

Responsibility and good communication coordination skills

Education Required:

Bachelor or above, mechanical or electrical relevant education background

PerkinElmer is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability status, age, or veteran status or any other characteristics protected by applicable law. PerkinElmer is committed to a culturally diverse workforce.

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