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General Electric Lead Supplier Quality Engineer in Veresegyház, Hungary

Job Description Summary

Job Description

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Drive & improve supplier quality performance

  • New supplier qualification driven by business quality needs

  • Develop monthly & quarterly supplier performance reports

  • Ensuring the supplier meets all regulatory and company requirements

  • Regular supplier audits, quality system assessment & visits

  • Support internal audit & other quality related activities

  • Develop supplier quality related procedures & policies

  • Lead supplier quality escape investigations and drive improvement & corrective actions as committed by the supplier

  • Work closely with Operations, Engineering, Sourcing to improve suppliers performance per business needs

  • Uses high level of judgment to make decisions and handle complex tasks or problems in areas of operational challenges & product safety.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college

  • Minimum of 3 years of Quality or Operation experience

  • Qualified auditor with auditing experience

Desired Characteristics

  • Demonstrated experience in supplier quality

  • Strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to analyse and resolve problems. Ability to document, plan and execute programs.

  • Demonstrated history of problem solving, root cause and corrective action methodology, data analysis and quality experience

  • Humble: respectful, receptive, agile, eager to learn

  • Transparent: shares critical information, speaks with candor, contributes constructively

  • Focused: quick learner, strategically prioritizes work, committed

  • Leadership ability: strong communicator, decision-maker, collaborative

  • Problem solver: analytical-minded, challenges existing processes, critical thinker

  • Ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines

Additional Information

Relocation Assistance Provided: No