Quality Engineer - II
North American Lighting
Muscle Shoals, AL
Develops, installs, and operates quality systems for controlling incoming material, in-process parts, and finished products.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Prepares advanced quality planning documents and participates in quality planning activities; including FMEA’s, Process Flow Diagrams, Control Charts, and Gage R&R and capability studies
Creates necessary documentation for customer initial sample submissions; including AQP, customer documents, and any other required documentation
Travels to customers’ facilities to participate in all phases of the customer’s launch activities; including Component Review Team meetings, assembly trials, and SOP activities
Performs technical and statistical investigations and analysis on production, quality, process, and equipment issues using standard NAL problem solving method
Coordinates the resolution of quality issues and implementation of countermeasures with other NAL departments and suppliers
Evaluates process capability using the seven statistical tools
Conducts trial fit and function builds at customers’ facilities
Conducts testing and dimensional layouts using mechanical and electrical inspection gages
Analyzes specifications for mechanical, functional, and/or environmental testing and explains them to laboratory personnel
Assists with training of other quality personnel in job methods and technical studies
Serves as the primary liaison between NAL and customers on all quality related issues
Performs other duties as assigned
Responsibilites
Requirements
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or a related discipline
2 to 4 years of related manufacturing experience
Experience in the quality function within automotive supplier manufacturing working with Japanese and US automakers in launch activities is preferred
Strong knowledge, skills, and abilities in the following areas:
Technical knowledge in statistics and/or QC tools inspection methods
Understanding of CAD, GD&T, and APQP
Analytical and problem solving skills
Organizational and planning skills
Computer skills in standard business software (including MS Office programs)
Written and verbal communications and presentation skills
Interpersonal skills — ability to confidently interact with individuals at all levels of authority and maintain composure in sensitive, stressful, and pressure situations
All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, genetic information, and veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law.