TE Connectivity’s Quality and Reliability Engineering Teams analyze the ability of product and production systems to comply with customer and contractual requirements through established reliability factors.
They design, recommend revisions and install quality control systems, develop and document analytical methods for establishing reliability of products and their components and conduct analysis on relative reliability with regards to cost, structure, weight, maintainability, facility of production, and availability of materials and equipment.
Out teams develop, implement and monitor company environmental safety programs and policies to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local environmental, health and safety regulations and recommend corrective actions if necessary.
They are responsible for policies and practices to comply with applicable government regulations and industry requirements related to product environmental compliance, the implementation and management of technical and testing standards and specifications, quality control and reliability programs governing materials, product and processes, resulting in the optimization of material and labor, as well as failure analysis, root cause, corrective action and customer communication.
What your background should look like :
Ensure that all aspects of QMS sites (Management Reviews, Internal Audits and Supplier Management, etc.) comply with global quality procedures.
Communicate closely with the Project Management Office to learn about the NPI / transfers to sites that could affect the QMS, and plan for such changes.
Support the implementation of quality electronic systems and other systems that could affect the QMS.
Serves as a quality approver on Engineering Change Orders (ECO) / Document Change Orders (DCO), Training Matrices, and other documents as requested.
Facilitate improvement teams for quality systems. Provide recommendations to consolidate, standardize, simplify, and establish systems that meet ISO, FDA (QSR), and customer requirements.
Ensure the applicability of current quality policies, procedures and objectives, keeping informed about the latest updates / modifications related to the pertinent standards and regulations.
Evaluate business objectives, identify opportunities for improvement, and apply scientific methods, statistics, and problem-solving techniques where appropriate to improve and maintain the effectiveness of the quality system.
Act as a lead auditor to assess compliance with corporate policies, site procedures, and other applicable regulatory requirements.
Responsible for programming, planning, directing, communicating and reporting on the results of the corporate internal audit.
Supporting external audits as needed, which may include, assisting with readiness activities, conducting mock audits, supporting main room and backroom activities, and preparing responses.
Lead / participate in projects that directly support compliance and / or continuous improvement of sites, departmental and global processes.
Develop solutions for a variety of complex problems of diverse scope and complexity where data analysis requires the evaluation of identifiable factors.
Conduct on-site training (PIB, GMP, CAPA, Compliance, etc.)
Maintains a sound understanding of the CAPA system and procedures, drives CAPA compliance, and provides CAPA oversight.
Education and Experience :
Title that accredits you for the performance of the position in areas of Engineering or an equivalent discipline.
CQE / CSSBB certification desirable.
5-7 years of minimum experience in similar positions.
Key Performance Indicators :
NCMRs / CARs / SCARs / CAPA
Customer Complaints per million
Quantity of returned product (RMAs)
Values : Integrity, Accountability,Teamwork, Innovation