Manufacturing Quality Engineer
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino),California,United States
Operations and Supply Chain
+ 5+ years of experience in manufacturing and Quality Control.
+ Experience developing process quality plans, supplier quality audits, and driving corrective actions and failure analysis efforts.
+ Working knowledge of mechanical quality and reliability concepts, supplier management, and general manufacturing operations.
+ Experience with the development and evaluation of measurement systems
+ Knowledge of programming OMM, CMM, contour machine, interferometer, 3D scanning and other high precision equipment
+ Disciplined in GD&T practices with close attention to datum establishment and tolerance analysis
+ Project management experience and a solid understanding of problem solving tools including design of experiments, root cause analysis and statistical analytical tools using JMP or Minitab
+ Experience with any of the following: mechanical parts, castings, plastic parts, injection molding, tooling, jigs, fixtures, or automotive high volume quality manufacturing engineering
+ Familiarity with Lithium-based battery technologies is a plus
+ International experience, particularly in Asia is a plus
Partner with multi-functional teams to evaluate design and processes at the concept phase Develop measurement technologies, control strategies, information systems, and manufacturing methods that achieve ambitious specifications at massive production scale Develop and implement groundbreaking quality inspection tools to evaluate cosmetic and dimensional part characteristics Compile and evaluate data to figure out appropriate limits and variables for process and part specifications Lead activities to balance unparalleled quality with scalable yields Collaborate with internal and external groups to ensure that proper definition of quality expectations and that appropriate assurance techniques are used for the product Coordinate all Quality Engineering functions for a program, serving as project manager to lead efforts at supplier locations Establish audit procedures appropriate to program and supplier to ensure alignment to Apple quality standards Evaluate and communicate yields of new and existing processes Drive corrective actions multi-functionally with internal and external team members Travel internationally to supplier sites – 25%
**Education & Experience**
BS in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Industrial Technology, or similar
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