Associate Supplier Quality Engineer at MTU

Posted in Purchasing - Procurement 29 days ago.

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Type: Full Time
Location: Graniteville, South Carolina





Job Description:

EEO InformationMTU America is an equal opportunity employer (Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans) and federal contractor. Only candidates who apply via our company website will be considered.Job Functions:
Develop competency in quality of procurement and supply of materials, and products related to diesel engine manufacturing and development
Work with suppliers to define specific quality requirements and standards; including development of inspection, verification, qualification and statistical process control methods
Provide guidance to suppliers toward achieving part certification compliance with engineering drawings and specification
Perform Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) for Production and/or Aftersales supplied parts
Assist in developing and prioritizing an auditing schedule to ensure that designated suppliers are audited on a regular basis to ensure ISO-9001, process control capabilities and quality standards are met
Assist in conducting supplier audits to determine compliance with safety, emission and control characteristics
Assist in coordinating / gathering data for any Corrective Actions in Field.
Track, record and analyze failure trends, identify issues, drive root cause analysis, recommend corrective actions and communicate high priority issues to management
Ensure only product conforming to MTU America quality standards is available for sale to customers through physical (sorting, inspection, etc.) and systemic means
Assist in coordinating qualification testing for operation and performance of equipment, engine components and systems
Work closely with purchasing team in new source development and work proactively in a commodity team environment
Write and review technical quality documents, plans and procedures
Maintain Quality Assurance Programs and procedures, assure compliance with regulatory requirements
Keep abreast of specifications, changing regulations and industry standards
Write and distribute quality data and reports
Manage accuracy of inventory on quality hold
Coordinate continuous improvement projects to ensure both the quality area and capabilities are maintained or improved
Ensure all gages remain in calibration
Promote a compliance culture in area of responsibility and live the letter and the spirit of the Global Code of Conduct.
Perform special projects as required.Qualifications:Required:
Bachelor's degree in Mechanical, Materials or Metallurgy engineering; or 4 years of experience in quality engineering or metallurgy engineering.
Good communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to interface effectively at all levels of the organization
Good written and verbal communication skills
Good analytical and problem solving skills
Basic understanding of statistical process control.
Basic understanding of geometric tolerating and related gauges
Basic ability to work in cross-functional team environment
Self-starter possessing strong initiative and teamwork
Proficient with PC and MS Office
Preferred:
Experience translating engineering drawings and specifications into quality planning
Basic knowledge of lean manufacturing processes
Experience in a manufacturing environment or with engines and engine related components
Experience with SAP