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Director of Quality and Continuous Improvement Grand Rapids, MI
We are recruiting for a Director of Quality and Continuous Improvement(CI) who will be a key member ofour Executive Team responsible to implement and drive the Quality Management System and processes at all Company locations. The Director of Quality and CI sets the Quality vision and strategy for the company. The Director develops goals and metrics to support of company strategies. The Director of Quality and CI promotes a culture that is conducive to continuous improvement.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Leads and provides direction to the Quality and EHS teams at all locations. Serves as the “Ambassador for Quality” for the Company. Establishes objectives, performance goals and metrics that support Company goals and strategies. Continually reviews customer requirements making recommended revisions to processes, tools and technology to meet customer needs. Coaches and directs their team to develop and maintain collaborative working relationships with both internal and external customers, driving improved customer service. Provides resources and recommendations for new product launches and new equipment. Participates in critical customer audits. Develops, implements, and maintains documents and procedures in compliance with industry standards. Facilitates training systems to ensure proper workforce development. Leads product and process improvement projects with Engineering, Contracts, Purchasing, and Production Teams. Provides Project Management direction for continuous improvement projects. Owns and improves the toll gate management process of product implementation and maturity.Job Requirements BS in Quality Engineering, Engineering, Continuous Improvement or similar. ASQ or CQE certification, strongly preferred Minimum 8 years of experience in Quality management role Demonstrated successful leadership experience In-depth understanding of applicable QA processes and methodologies Working knowledge and experience with AS,ISO, Nadcap and IPC req
Materials Clerk Grand Rapids, MI
The Materials Clerk receives and inspects incoming materials and parts for accuracy and to ensure conformance to specifications. The Materials Clerk also packages, prepares shipping documentation, ships and records outgoing shipments, manages inventory with on-hand accuracy, and handles material.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Prepares jobs for upcoming deliveries. Prioritizes jobs that need to ship. Packages parts according to proper specification. Ensures that serial number from shipper matches actual parts. Prepares work orders, bills of lading, and shipping orders to route materials. Ships via UPS and FED-EX. Accurately fills out appropriate paperwork. Monitors inventory for boxes and appropriate packing materials. Requisitions shipping materials when required to maintain appropriate supply. Delivers materials to departments as required. Performs any other task as requested by supervisor. Ensures incoming part quantities received matches purchase orders and packing list information Performs dock to stock inspection of incoming parts when necessary Maintains proper documentation of incoming materials and parts received Counts parts by hand or by weight for production per the relieving report Ensures that the proper information is on travelers by listing INVR’s for parts pulled, making necessary notes and signing and dating each page of the traveler. Keeps accurate quantities, pulls correct parts and maintains proper documentation for traceability Assist with maintaining of tool crib Performs other tasks as requested by supervisorJob Requirements High School Diploma/GED Strong attention to detail Strong math and organizational skills Ability to lift up to 50 pounds Ability to work flexible schedule to meet materials demands Experience shipping/receiving/inspecting product in a manufacturing environment, strongly preferred
Supplier Quality Engineer Grand Rapids, MI
The Supplier Quality Engineer is responsible to ensure that Amphenol Borisch Technologies’ quality requirements are communicated, understood and maintained by ABT’s suppliers.Essential Duties and Responsibilities Maintain Supplier Quality metrics that include: Non Conformance Tracking (MRB) Supplier Corrective Action Requests (SCAR) Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ) Train Suppliers to effectively execute Supplier Corrective Action Requests (SCAR) and Corrective Actions Preventive Actions (CAPA). Initiate and follow-up requests for Supplier Corrective Actions with the Manufacturing Engineering group. Ensure that root cause analysis and corrective actions are made. Work closely with the Purchasing department maintain a Supplier Quality Scorecard. Continually work to make process improvements to the supply chain that improve quality, delivery and reduce cost. Including paperwork and packaging compliance, NDA’s, certifications, etc. Regularly evaluate current suppliers for continued use. Research and recommend new Suppliers through on-site assessments and supplier surveys, as well as initiate and maintain supplier records in ERP system. Evaluate Supplier risk and communicate as necessary to Purchasing, Quality and Programs Departments. Develop, grow and maintain a robust Dock to Stock (DTS) program by increasing the number of quality Suppliers. Resolve problems and eliminate constraints to ensure project and supply targets are met. Ensure area of responsibility compliant with ISO/AS and ABT Quality Standards. Perform other tasks assigned by ManagerJob Requirements BS in Engineering or related field or minimum 5 years of experience in Quality Quality Control Engineer certification, preferred Experience in manufacturing environment, preferred Experience utilizing Lean Six Sigma tools (FEMA, Fishbone, 5 Why, 8D, Value Stream Map, Process Flow, A3, etc.) Experience using Quality tools and practices Experience in on-site supplier assessments Excellent Proble