Job Description :
The Supplier Quality Engineer is a key position in supplier quality engineering organization. The primary task is to manage all aspects of Tier two supplier quality activities.
The ideal candidate will have a solid technical background including expertise in at least one of the following commodities.
Strong in supplier quality management with in-depth knowledge on modern quality techniques such as six sigma and statistical quality control methodology.
The supplier quality engineer must possess strong analytical, written and verbal communication skills. A demonstrated ability to drive and deliver innovative, effective and timely solutions is important.
Participate in design review and give recommendation to development team
Develop all necessary SQE documents include but not limited to, component qualification plan,supplier quality requirement and expectation, component reliability plan..etc
Perform periodic supplier audit and risk assessment
Manage first article inspection process, component qualification includes manufacturing process verification
Approve supplier manufacturing / test / inspection plans and procedures
Implement real time WIP (Work In Process) and failure tracking process at supplier sites
Work closely with tier one supplier to sustain and improve component quality
Establish component level ORT (Ongoing reliability Test) at factory and drive quality improvement
Correlate and standardize test and inspection process among field repair, CM, sub tier supplier
Apply 6 sigma to drive quality and process improvement
Define and automate supplier data collection and reporting
Drive failure analysis and corrective actions
Bachelor's Degree in Electronics or Electrical Engineering, Advanced degree (MS and / or MBA) preferred
10+ years’ experience in supplier quality or component engineering required
Strong understanding of statistical control, failure rate and reliability prediction
Excellent verbal and communication skills in both English and Chinese (Mandarin) languages
Ability to work independently and under pressure
Must be a team player