General Electric Supply Quality Engineer in Rugby, United Kingdom
Job Description Summary
Ensures compliance of products and project related documentation within the UK Supply Quality Organisation and ensures adherence to Company procedures/work instructions/specifications.
UK Supply Quality Assurance Engineer
Overall Purpose of the role:
Support the UK Quality Leader for delivering all aspects of the Supply Quality Assurance function. Work in a team environment with suppliers to develop and implement best practices that emphasise defect prevention, reduction in variation and waste
Collect root cause analysis and provide corrective feedback to prevent line disruption due to Supply Quality issues. Manage the customer specific requirements and offer technical support to suppliers. Responsible for ensuring that the products produced meet quality standards required to minimise quality costs and maximise customer satisfaction whilst ensuring that procedures and processes are adhered to.
General and Task Management
Supports supplier approval process by assessing manufacturing/technology capabilities and Health, Safety and Environmental risks
Provide concise, complete and accurate documentation of inspection results relative to area of responsibility. In appropriate functional areas, this refers to supporting inspection and test status requirements defined by regulations, engineering product specifications or Control Plans, Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) approval or product warrant submission
Promote the use of customer preferred techniques for continuous improvement such as Lean, Six-Sigma, Poka-Yoke (Error Proofing), Measurement System Analysis, and Process Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (PFMEA)
Facilitate root cause analysis and corrective actions of supplier quality issues, through NCR system
Collate and evaluate supplier quality data to identify process improvement opportunities within the supply chain
Support the UK Quality Leader to monitor and report on supplier product quality and performance
This position has no direct reports.
Must be able to work in a team and across teams.
- Be able to liaise and communicate with other departments, customers, suppliers and other service providers.
Comply with Health, Safety and Environmental Polices.
Be polite and courteous to others whilst being assertive, resilient and be welcome to change.
Engage interest and participation of others and has a collaborative approach to working with others.
Needs to be self-aware.
Shows moral courage, openness and honesty in all dealings.
Skills and Attributes:
Be able to work independently with minimal supervision.
Knowledge of quality systems and measurement tools and techniques.
knowledge of Advanced Quality Planning (APQP), Part approval processes (PPAP), Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
Lean Manufacturing knowledge.
Understand engineering drawings (electrical and mechanical) and manufacturing processes.
Ability to work in a diverse and dynamic environment.
Be able to self-plan and prioritise.
Be able to present data effectively
Understand cost and financial impacts.
Knowledge of NATO standards AQAP2105/ 2110 etc.
Knowledge of Microsoft programs such as: MS Word, MS Excel, Microsoft Power point and Microsoft Outlook.
Qualifications and Experience Levels:
Relevant business/commercial or manufacturing/engineering degree preferred, or HNC, or equivalent NVQ level 4 qualification.
At least 5 years’ experience in similar role.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No