£38000 - £40000 per annum + Excellent Benefits Package
4 days ago
Supplier Quality Engineer Opportunity!
An opportunity not to be missed!
Our client are leading manufacturing experts within their field and advancing the pace of innovation.
Due to significant growth they are looking to recruit an experienced Supplier Quality Engineer to join their successful, professional team, based at their site in Bridgend.
Role Summary: -
Your role will involve coordinating and processing Non-Conformance Report (NCR) processing in conjunction with Material Review Board (MRB) rejection notifications associated with material being processed through the Receiving Inspection department. Prepares and submits First Pass Yield reports, as required by management, to facilitate the quantity of lots through the department. Assist Receiving Inspection and Quality management to ensure compliance with worldwide medical device regulations.
* Process NCR's into dedicated systems and creates NCR packets as required for further evaluation.
* Perform follow up as required to obtain necessary information for NCR evaluation.
* Prepare and submit First Pass Yield report to management
* Retrieves device history as needed when items are required for audits being conducted within the department.
* Investigates product error responsibility with relation to items received through the Receiving Inspection department
* Provide direction to internal and external personnel on issues related to NCR reporting, and Supplier score-cards
* Assist Receiving Inspection Management in data gathering and special projects as required.
The Successful Candidate:-
- Previous experience working as a Supplier Quality Management role or similar
- Be able to obtain and supply knowledge as it relates to NCR processing, First Pass Yield reporting, and product/document retrievals.
- Knowledge of DCS, JD Edwards, WOW, Stellent, Enovia, Livelink, SAP SRM, QC View, Internet, Microsoft Office applications and the ability to learn other software quickly is required (desirable, but not essential).
- Strong organizational and time management skills and able to multitask.
- Decision making is required in balancing priorities among the many ongoing tasks, and being responsive to critical situations, regulatory mandated time limits, and often changing priorities.
- Action-orientated: take initiative to correct problems or make changes for improvement without waiting for direction.