In this role, you will be responsible for testing the database logic, quality, performance, workflows and reports ensuring they meet the business requirements and acceptance criteria prior to release and after release into user facing environments.
The Quality Engineer will drive the quality assurance activities in the manufacturing plant.
The Quality Engineer will work closely with all functional groups within the plant to design and implement quality assurance programs and procedures.
In this role, the selected candidate must have the ability to independently represent QA Team with Business and Dev teams; years of QA experience with hands on experience in Manual and Automation both.
In this role, the selected candidate will interface with and have responsibility for supplier sourcing projects including, new sources, new products, supplier process changes, etc.; handling and coordinating supplier APQP/PPAP activities including initial samples, capability, PV testing, PSW and launch activities; handling supplier non-conforming products including issuing failure notice, root cause analysis, follow-up corrective action and supplier reports; perform supplier audit for new model launch and supplier quality problems.
In this role, the selected candidate will perform regular supplier audits to ensure compliance with regulatory standards, as well as participating in strategic development based on quality control plans.
The Quality Engineer will drive the quality assurance activities in the manufacturing plant. Work with multi-functional teams to develop and implement quality initiatives and make recommendations for improvements.
In this role, the selected candidate will actively manage the supply chain, serve as the liaison for suppliers, suggest structural quality and process improvements, and collaborate with Quality Managers and other Engineers in a team environment.
As a Quality Engineer you will often participate in company production system manufacturing assessments and are responsible to drive improvements; drive improvement actions based on results from Global Safety Audit.
The Embedded Software Developer Quality Assurance is responsible for creating test software for in-vehicle infotainment system validation. The person will design/implement unit and integration test software to validate if a software component meets functional specifications.
In this role, the selected candidate must have the ability to independently implement quality programs for New Product, New Specifications and Technology Transfer projects including developing quality processes, forms, and work instructions and training production staff in those procedures.
In this role, the selected candidate will analyze SPC data for process improvement, corrective actions, and other activities; guides and/or develops geometric dimensioning and tolerance (GD&T) and measurement points for components and assemblies.
The Quality Engineer (QE) is required to work with all departments on the development of new products in order to meet customer and TS-16949 requirements. This includes all quality related aspects of PPAP, prototype and ongoing product development.
The Quality Architect is responsible for improving application quality and services through recommending best practices and processes; collaborate with members of cross-functional teams to build highly maintainable and reusable automation modules.
In this role, the selected candidate will develop and implement quality programs for new products, new specifications and technology transfer projects working closely with customers, suppliers and internal engineering and production staff.