Quality Engineer Automotive Industry 2258

Company Name:
Absolute Opportunities
2258
Job Title:
Role: Engineering or Related
Relocation Available: Yes
Industry: Manufacturing
Location: South Carolina
Town / City: Gaffney
Job Type: Permanent full-time
Job description:
We are looking for a Quality Engineer with automotive manufacturing industry experience.
Duties and Responsibilities: Supports the quality engineering area with respect to tooling and fixtures, manufacturing processes, work instructions, and production efficiencies. The Quality Engineer must be a company leader in lean manufacturing initiatives, quality systems, root cause analysis, fixture and gauge development, automation, process optimization, and continual process improvement.
Required Background:
1. BS in Engineering.
2. 2+ years of quality engineering in an automotive industry manufacturing environment, preferably in mid-volume mixture of automation and manual operations.
3. Progressive track record of engineering accomplishments
4. Some experience with plastics or composites and injection and/or compression molding
Required Skills and Experience:
1. Experience with FMEA, Control Plans, and Root Cause Analysis
2. Experience with automated and robotic assembly fixtures
5. Advanced mechanical aptitude
6. Advanced planning, problem solving, and decision making skills
7. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Desired traits:
1. Results oriented
2. Project Management
3. Strong analytical skills
4. Strong interpersonal skills
5. Self-starter, independent but able to function in a team environment
6. Knowledge of CAD, Solid works a plus
7. Ability to travel approximately 10%.
8. Experience with Microsoft Project or similar project management tool
8. GD&T knowledge and understanding
9. TS16949, or ISO9001 systems preferred.
10. Six Sigma Green Belt or higher preferred.
Bottom Line Requirements:
1. BS in Engineering.
2. 2+ years of quality engineering experience in an automotive industry manufacturing environment.
3. Salary expectations

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