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Supplier Quality Engineer
Through its Military business, the company is recognized as a world leader in the design, engineering, manufacturing and support of Light Tactical Vehicles, having produced and sustained more than 300, 000 vehicles in over 60 countries.
Their growing commercial business includes three wholly owned subsidiaries: diesel engine manufacturer General Engine Products, automatic transmission manufacturer General Transmission Products, and Mobility Ventures, designer and manufacturer of the acclaimed MV-1, the only American made vehicle specifically engineered from the ground up in support of wheelchair users and people with disabilities.
They have more than six decades of experience meeting the changing needs of the defense and automotive industries, supported by its employees in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio, and a strong supplier base that stretches across 43 states.
They are looking for a Supplier Quality Engineer that will primarily support the powertrain assembly plant production operations and may support the military assembly plant as needed. You will also perform supplier quality system assessments for risk and opportunity. Support Supplier selection process and technical reviews. Work with Suppliers through the supplier APQP process and perform PPAP / Sample submission reviews. Utilize AIAG methods of PFMEA, Control Plan and MSA throughout the process. Assist in problem solving non-conformances and issuing Problem Resolution Reports (PRR) / Corrective Actions for Suppliers. Manage containment, follow- up and preventive actions while driving issues to resolution. Utilize Practical Problem Solving and Lean-Six-Sigma methodologies throughout the process. Supplier Monitoring: Track Supplier performance metrics and trends to assist in supply base improvement. New Model / Engineering Change: Provide support for Quality Department during new model changes and future product development.