Quality Engineers

Company Name:
GREGG & Associates
Quality Engineer(2)
Western KY Auto Parts Plant
Starting salary: $50-55,000, plus $5K bonus plan
Limited relocation package provided.
Description: Quality Engineer
Quality Engineer
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Purpose: Provides statistical information for quality improvement by identifying testing methods and samples. Automotive parts manufacturing experience required.
Quality Engineer Job Duties:
Determines quality improvement parameters by identifying statistical methods relevant to manufacturing processes.
Establishes statistical confidence by identifying sample size and acceptable error; determining levels of confidence.
Establishes statistical reliability by using mean time before failure, weibull 3-parameter distribution, reliability modeling, and reliability demonstration tests.
Develops experiments by applying full and fractional factorial techniques.
Develops sampling plans by applying attribute, variable, and sequential sampling methods.
Maintains statistical process controls by applying demerit/unit, zone charting, x2 charts for distributions and individual-medial/range for multi-stream processes.
Analyzes data by completing hypothesis, normal distribution, and process capability analysis tests.
Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; benchmarking state-of-the-art practices; participating in professional societies; maintaining American society of quality control certified quality engineer qualification.
Skills/Qualifications: Analyzing Information , Reporting Research Results, Technical Understanding, Promoting Process Improvement, Developing Standards, Managing Processes, Manufacturing Methods and Procedures, Supports Innovation, CAD, Quality Engineering, Operations Research
Education and Experience: BS and 3 years automotive experience. Associates Degree and appropriate experience in an auto parts environment may be given consideration in lieu of the Bachelor's Degree.



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