In this role, the selected candidate will design and develop structural mechanical and electromechanical components for new and existing products by studying customer requirements and researching manufacturing and assembly methods and materials.
The Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer will be responsible for driving Quality/Test Strategy creation and promote standard test tools/beds, testable architecture, product health, code coverage, performance considerations,TDD/BDD practice, early automation, test data management and automation, environment requirements, software deployment & configuration quality, and device/browser testing strategies for web applications.
In this role, the selected candidate will manage and organize support functions including planning, tracking, reporting, quality management, and internal communication to facilitate timely completion of quotation and order process.
In this role, you will provide project support, including participating in project definition, work breakdown, and scheduling; execution involves completing assigned activities on schedule as well as adjusting to unplanned circumstances.
The Black Belt Quality Systems Engineer has overall quality system implementation, assessment, and improvement responsibilities including: raw material inspection process, production product flow, engineering design transfer, project team management, and project deliverables.
In this role, the selected candidate will work with IT team members, other business partners and outside agency to plan and implement improvements to the corporate intranet or deliver new tools through the intranet.
In this role, you will under the general direction of a manager of information services, codes, tests, maintains and documents complex java-language routines to accommodate the needs of user departments.
In this role, the successful candidate will provide training and guidance to technicians and engineers in all aspects of technical and service delivery; monitor equipment performance and makes recommendations for improvements.
The Materials Engineer provides a strong technical knowledge and understanding of various materials including, but not limited to, resins, rubber, fibers, apparel like, and leather as they relate to the manufacture and assembly of sporting goods products, and applies that technical knowledge and understanding to perform research, business operations, calculations, and applications of engineering concepts in the development, design, and creation of cost effective, high quality products.