Accumold is seeking talented, hardworking individuals who share our commitment to producing quality products for our customers!
Accumold is a worldwide leader in the manufacturing of precision micromolded components. We began operations in 1985 and are the only company in the industry that has been continuously dedicated to micromolding for over three decades. We serve multiple industries requiring micro-sized parts, including medical, micro electronics, micro optics, automotive electronics, military/aerospace, and emerging technologies applications. Our facilities are state-of-the-art and fully climate-controlled, and we offer a relaxed, yet professional work environment.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Quality Engineer to join Accumold’s talented, dedicated and growing team! This role provides support to manufacturing, engineering, and customers through reporting and analysis of data, development of quality planning documentation, and execution of the Quality Management System. For more information about Accumold, visit our website: https://www.accu-mold.com/.
Works to complete Qualification Reports, Production Part Approval Process documents, and other customer prescribed qualification requirements in prescribed formats including written narrative, as necessary.
Reviews customer drawings, specifications, and supporting documentation for quality requirements and assesses appropriate means of meeting customer expectations through all phases of product/process development, from quoting to production and on-going support.
Assists the Quality Manager with acting as the voice of the customer in all operations and activities. Promotes the awareness of regulatory and customer requirements throughout the organization.
Builds cooperative, mutually-beneficial relations with customer and supplier technical and quality personnel.
Coordinates the creation and maintenance of FMEA’s, Control Plans, and other Product Quality Planning documents with a cross functional team.
Compiles and evaluates statistical data to determine and maintain quality of products and processes.
Provides assistance to Production employees regarding quality/measurement issues.
Plans measurement techniques and systems to support the accurate and timely gathering and evaluation of data. Sets up, conducts and analyzes GR & R studies.
Communicates with suppliers regarding material complaints, material certificates, and corrective actions, etc.
Trains other employee regarding new and existing in-process inspection techniques.
Reports quality problems to the Quality Manager.
Actively works individually or within appropriate teams to solve quality problems and customer issues in a timely fashion.
Updates and maintains appropriate quality records.
Other duties as required.
Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Quality, Industrial Technology, Engineering, Management, or equivalent and two years relevant manufacturing experience preferred. Experience with working effectively within standardized management systems and/or regulated manufacturing environments are preferred. American Society for Quality Certified Quality Technician or American Society for Quality Certified Quality Engineer preferred.
Computer Skills: Ability to operate personal computer, fax machine, copy machine and telephone required. Knowledge in proficient usage of Microsoft Office products including Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint. Proven accuracy in keyboarding skills to enter data correctly and efficiently.
Language Skills: Proven written communication skills necessary. Ability to read, comprehend, and utilize instructions and short correspondence with professionals. Ability to effectively present information to other employees, customers, and suppliers in one-on-one and small group situations.
Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratios and percent. Ability to read and understand specification drawings for inspection purposes. Understanding of applied statistical methods including analysis of means, variation, and hypothesis testing is preferred. ASQ Certified Green Belt, Black Belt, or equivalent preferred.