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New Boston

Supplier Quality Engineer

As a successful family-owned company on a path to global growth, the Brose Group offers challenging responsibilities and exciting career opportunities to performance-driven, skilled specialists with solid professional knowledge and proven career expertise who wish to contribute to our company’s success.

Your tasks

  • Follow-up and Problem Solving of supplier claims: responsible person to close 8D reports from suppliers and input in SAP/QM system
  • Initiation and follow-up on sorting activities concerning supplied parts that do not meet specification
  • Debits of supplier caused costs to supplier
  • System and process audits at suppliers to avoid reoccurrence of failures and as a tool for preventive Quality Management (Process audits, Requalification audits, VDA audits)
  • Update incoming inspection plans
  • Facilitate the consequent execution of error prevention, continuous improvement and problem solving by utilization of corporate tools (Problem Management Process, Top Quality reporting, warranty, and field reviews)
  • Supplier Quality Performance tracking
  • Perform process capability studies on an ongoing basis to validate especial characteristics at incoming
  • Perform new supplier validation and monthly supplier evaluation to ensure effective corrective actions, failure prevention and continuous improvement
  • Review supplier part documentation (PPAP) and deviation tracking
  • Validate, document and publish lessons learned from positive and negative experiences, consolidate those lessons into Plant Standards and communicate these up to the North American and Global Lessons-Learned Committees

Your Profile

  • Knowledge of Quality and Environmental Systems including TS16949, ISO14001 and Ford/Chrysler LLC Customer Specific Requirements; Auditing experience and certification
  • Knowledge of AIAG standards (PPAP, MSA, FMEA, LPA)
  • Proficient knowledge in SAP QM Module
  • Proficient in Microsoft office
  • Five to seven years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university; or five to ten years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience