General Electric Lead Quality Control Engineer in Subang, Malaysia
Job Description Summary
To lead support of ensuring all GEESM Production activities are performed to company, manufacturer and Aviation Authorities requirements with in-depth understanding of key business drivers. To help drive Quality Teams to integrate with other teams to deliver business goals. To highlight/report all deficiencies and weaknesses of system and procedures and the adopted practices that are contradictory to the company and regulatory requirements.
Provide Quality leadership and guidance for operations issues regarding to Cost of Quality, Vendor or Supplier Defects, process FTY and process non-compliance. Coordinate and perform investigations where applicable.
Lead & coordinate investigations on customer escapes, closing the communication loop with relevant customer contacts to update on Containment Actions, Root Cause Analysis, and Corrective and Preventive action plans, by sharing a full Investigation Report.
Perform general and scheduled Surveillance of operations areas and processes.
Coordinate with Quality team and relevant functional leaders to finalize/review Root Cause Analysis and Corrective and Preventive action plans. Monitor and drive closure of outstanding actions arising from various investigations & surveillance activities.
Conduct Technical Inquiry as guided by prevailing GEESM procedures and practices.
Conduct Competency Assessment for qualified candidates to be established as Certifying Staff/Approval Holders or Approved Mechanic.
Lead process observations and improvement action. Initiate and coordinate pFMEA events as required and follow through with various stake holders on risks mitigation actions.
Auditing of suppliers and subcontractors and providing feedback to management. Manage supplier or vendor performance issues as required.
Report non-compliance of established procedures and system weaknesses and deficiencies to Management for remedial or improvement actions.
Formulate working procedures by applying LEAN concepts and practices where appropriate.
Prepare, perform and assist the Quality Manager in Quality Awareness Programs or Predictive Quality Assessments initiatives.
Review Regulatory Airworthiness Directives received from Technical Publication and attend or support AD Review Board. Update AD check list for Certifying Staff.
Conduct Quality Trainings / Flow downs / Briefing as scheduled or arising from any Quality event.
Qualifications / Requirements:
Degree in Engineering/Operations Management or other related technical fields.
More than 5 years’ experience in MRO as Technical Service Engineer, Process Engineer or Power Plant Engineer.
In-depth technical knowledge of Aviation Regulations and quality practices.
Strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems. Ability to document, plan and execute programs. Established project management skills.
Able to work independently and able to provide technical and quality guidance to Quality team members.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No