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Quality Engineer

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Description:  We are seeking a team player.  The responsibilities include leading FMEA's, driving capability analysis on development and released product, initiating, participating and driving corrective action, analyzing measurables for standard work, supervising quality technicians, and ensuring all products are manufactured in compliance with product patents, UL safety and EPA standards, and design specifications. This individual will support line audits as well as First Article and receiving inspection functions, aid in trouble shooting problems from dealer installations to field medications, and implement and maintain gage calibrations.

We are looking for someone who has the ability to learn and train, to interact on multi-departmental projects; the candidate must have excellent analytical and mechanical skills, computer literate, and ability to learn software programs necessary for the position. The job entails being in the plant, where lifting, bending, and standing for periods of time are required. A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, or 3-6 years of related experience required. 

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  1. Tell us about your quality engineering experience.
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  2. How would you go about looking at capability to help production improvements?

  3. What recommendations would you make to include quality, as well as, the production capability into design?

  4. Tell us about a situation in which you handled a customerís questions or problems?

  5. What experience do you have in RMAís (returned material authorizations?)

  6. What knowledge or experience do you know have of MRP (material requirement planning) software?  Quality tracking software?

  7. Tell us about your experience in Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma methods?

  8. One of your responsibilities will be to prepare and train on standard work instructions or quality initiatives.  What experience and qualifications do you have that will enable you to succeed in this role?

  9. What advance notice do you need to give for leaving your current job?

  10. What are your personal interests and hobbies?

  11. Is there anything else we should know about you?
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