Quality Assurance Engineer

Req 37-15
POSITION TITLE: Quality Engineer I, II, SHIFT: 1st
SECTION OR DEPARTMENT: SEWS Electronics Division, Quality Assurance Department
REPORTS TO: Quality Assurance Manager
LOCATION: Edmonton
Provide engineering support to Electronics Division.
Quality Engineering support for Honda.
Promotes and projects the standards of excellence established by SEWS QA in alignment with company and departmental objectives.
Will be primary customer contact of SEWS and must assure compliance to customer requirements and expectations and coordinate relations between customer and SEWS departments.
Main window person for Honda Manufacturing plants and SEWS customer service centers.
Analyze and lead customer claim/defect investigations with support from manufacturing and other departments.
Honda new model documentation and preparations (in coordination with New Model Engineering Group)
Lead internal claim and IPD improvement activities on Honda assembly lines.
Train and educate operators and inspectors.
Create/revise quality documentation, including but not limited to: PFMEA, Control Plans / MQC, PQCT, Inspection Standards, Operating standards, Rule Compliance, etc.
Line patrol, visitation and sorting at customer facilities as necessary.
Support other activities as directed.
Knowledge and understanding of ISO TS 16949 requirements.
BS degree of Engineering or related field with 3-5 years of experience or combination of education and Quality Assurance experience totaling 7 years.
Experience in all of the following areas:
PFMEA, Control Plans, APQP, FTA / Problem Solving, and basic quality tools.
Organization and communication skills.
Proficient with Microsoft Excel and other MS office products.
Bi-Lingual English-Japanese preferred, but not required.
Reports to QA Manager.
Must work well with leaders and associates to provide training and direction in quality areas.
Works with Engineering, Design, Purchasing, Analysis, Maintenance and Manufacturing.

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