Quality / Reliability Engineer

Lumitec   •  

Delray Beach, FL

Industry: Manufacturing / Printing & Paper


5 - 7 years

Posted 298 days ago

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To be considered, the candidate should have at least a Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering field and be able to demonstrate the following attributes, capabilities, and experience: 

  1. Functional understanding of Quality/Reliability best practices, from design to supply chain, to manufacturing, to field return analysis.
  2. Creating, tracking, and interpreting appropriate companywide quality metrics, and use them to drive continuous improvement in design and other processes.
  3. Contributing to early-stage product development to ensure quality and reliability in the end product.
  4. Working with the Engineering team to develop a validation process for a given design and independently provide feedback as to whether the design is acceptable for release and deliverable as promised.
  5. A proven ability to read and properly interpret engineering drawings.
  6. Typical quality measurement tools such as calipers, micrometers, angle finders, comparators, gage pins, etc.
  7. Developing and managing a well-documented quality system, including documentation related to first article reports, deviation requests, test summaries, SPC documents, etc.
  8. Designing and specifying inspection and testing mechanisms and equipment for assessing production and service limitations and recommending revisions as needed.
  9. Identifying defects in design or manufacturing processes, present root cause and propose potential solutions.
  10. Investigative and problem solving skills with high priority on attention to details.
  11. Sound mathematical and technical skills.
  12. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  13. Communicating and resolving quality issues directly with suppliers.
  14. Creating and executing internal corrective actions and follow up in the execution of supplier corrective actions.
  15. Microsoft Office, Windowsrequired.


 The following attributes are helpful but not required:

  • Experience in an AS 9100, ISO 13485 and/or ISO 9000/9001 environment – especially if involved in a company’s implementation and certification processes. Understanding of UL, USCG and FAA quality procedures also beneficial.
  • Experience conducting vendor Audits.
  • Experience interacting with foreign vendors.
  • Familiarity with concepts of Six Sigma.
  • CAD experience (esp. SolidWorks).
  • Experience with quality aspects applicable to plastics injection molding, casting, machined parts and printed circuit board assemblies.
  • Experience contributing to design for reliability excercises.
  • Experience in the marine industry.
  • Experience maintaining and controlling calibration records and processes.
  • Experience working in a manufacturing environment.
  • 5+ years’ experience working in a related field.
  • Experience working in a very fast-paced, responsive, deadline-oriented environment.