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Quality Engineer - Denver, CO


Feb 2, 2022
Position Summary
We are looking for an experienced quality engineer who will monitor and improve the quality of our operational processes and outputs. The quality engineer’s responsibilities include designing quality standards, developing quality control systems; and leading cross-functional teams in problem solving resulting in innovative solid corrective actions.

Job type: full-time
Pay: salary (pay details here)

  • Develop and implement quality standards and control systems
  • Monitor and analyze quality performance and have a working knowledge of statistical controls
  • Working knowledge of Quality Tools: 5why, fishbone, APQP, PPAP, PFMEA, SPC, MSA,
  • Collaborate with operations to develop and implement controls and improvements
  • Ensure that workflows, processes, and products comply with customer and regulatory requirements
  • Lead the investigation and troubleshooting of product or production issues
  • Drive corrective action efforts, solutions, and continual improvements
  • Customer contact for quality issues and owner of scorecard feedback on quality
  • Conduct customer audits, internal audits, and assist with external audits
  • Responsible for dealing with supplier issues affecting our customers including issuing Supplier Corrective Actions and follow-through
  • Serve as the Quality Representative at MRB and Product Launches for customers
Quality Engineer Requirements
  • Minimum of 5+ years of experience in Quality Engineering in the medical manufacturing industry
  • Minimum of bachelor’s degree in engineering (or technical degree).
  • Active ISO:13485 Lead auditor certificate
  • Strong GD&T working knowledge
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Self-driven, inquisitive, and driven!

Contact for position
Amanda White | Email, Call

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