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Quality Engineer (QE) - Seymour in Seymour, IN at Aisin World

Date Posted: 10/10/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Seymour, IN
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    10/10/2018

Job Description

* Job Title: Quality Engineer - Mfg. Support 

* Company: Aisin World Corp. of America (AWA)

* Department: QA / Mfg. Support (37)

* Reports to: Senior Manager, Quality

* Location: Seymour, IN 

* Number of Positions: 1

* Other: Full-time, Exempt position (not eligible for overtime pay)


Position Summary

 

This position will support North American Plants (NAP) and new model launch preparations. 


Position Responsibilities

 

The incumbent is expected to perform the following functions that the company has determined are essential to this position:

Primary Responsibilities:


* Perform NAP Quality Assessments (Q6), generating areas requiring improvement and areas of opportunity.  Manage action requests using standard tools until closure by the NAP. 

* Assist assigned NAP locations, as needed, with quality improvement activity. 

* Support the development and implementation of a standard North American Initial Launch Control System (currently known as “PV”).  This includes refining the operational manual, procedures and forms associated with this process and providing training and assistance to NAP locations in their implementation efforts.  Schedule and communicate “joint” PV activities with AISIN SEIKI Central Quality personnel. 

* Assist NAP locations during new product/process preparation.  Develop and communicate QC Monitor reports and New Model Launch Summary Reports during and after new project activities.  

* Assist in the development of a common Quality Management System (G-QMS).  The desired output is a common Quality Manual available to all NAP locations as a TS16949 compliant Level I document maintained by AWA.  This final document should also be aligned with the AISIN SEIKI Global Quality Management System (G-QMS).

 

* Support activities shown in association with the Aisin North American Quality Assurance annual job plan as well as the Aisin NA long term business plan 

* Other tasks and duties as assigned


Secondary Responsibilities:

 

* Assist in developing and maintaining the North American Executive Performance (QD) Report. This report incorporates data from all NAP locations and is issued monthly to executive management.

* Support the development and implementation of a common Global QA Network tool.  This includes refining the operational manual, procedures and forms associated with this process and providing training and assistance to NAP locations in their implementation efforts.  

* Assist in the development of operational (Quality) manuals and training material for identified key quality methods and concepts. Plan, schedule, and deliver training sessions, as needed / requested, by AWA management or NAP locations.

* Attend the monthly North American Quality Managers meeting.  

* Work closely with AISIN Group Companies and NAP locations to develop a "One AISIN" team attitude.

 

Candidates applying for positions with Aisin must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire.

 

To the selected candidate, Aisin offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and outstanding growth opportunities.

 

Aisin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Requirements

Required Skills and Abilities

 

Essential Skills and Experience:

* 3-5 years of prior related experience 

* Ability to coordinate and negotiate with customer and AISIN facilities

* Root Cause Analysis / Troubleshooting capability 

* Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Access, Word and PowerPoint

 

 

Beneficial Skills and Experience:

* Knowledge of Seven Basic QC Tools 

 

 

Education/Training/Certifications

* Bachelor degree (concentration in Engineering is preferred) 

 

 

Work Environment Requirements

* Must be able to operate a personal computer, telephone and other office equipment.

* Must perform job duties onsite, except those duties that are customarily or by their nature performed offsite (for example, offsite customer visits).

* Must be able to work effectively in a fast-paced environment where constructive criticism is encouraged.

* Must be able to work on multiple assignments at once, and complete assignments within deadline and budget (if applicable) with satisfactory quality.

* Must be able to operate as an effective team member.

* Must be committed to a high standard of safety and be willing and able to comply with all safety laws and all company safety policies.

 

Attendance/Work Hour Requirements

* Must maintain an acceptable attendance record.

* Must be willing and available to work such weekends and holidays as necessary and desirable to meet business needs.

 

Travel Requirements

* Approximately 20-25% travel required 

* Must have a valid U.S. passport or ability to obtain such 

* Must be willing and available to travel to such locations and with such frequency as is necessary and desirable to meet business needs.

 

Candidates applying for positions with Aisin must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire.

 

To the selected candidate, Aisin offers a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits and outstanding growth opportunities.

 

Aisin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.