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Quality Systems Engineer



Job Title: Quality Systems Engineer
Client Name: Henkel
Job Number: Hen-5046
Job Location: Richmond, MO 64085
Duration: 6 months Contract


Job Description:

1 pm to 10 pm
Qualifications:
The Quality System Engineer will work cross-functionally to develop, implement and manage quality systems, processes, and procedures that: Meet the TS16949 QMS standard and are aligned with corporate QMS policy. Exceed key customer requirements. Are world class in their effectiveness and efficiency.
1) Minimum 5 years related experience in quality systems implementation with manufacturing experience.
2) CQE (Certified Quality Engineer) or CQM (Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence) preferred Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma Green Belt or Black Belt preferred.
3) Adhesives or sealant and coatings knowledge or related experience Knowledge and experience with ISO/TS standards.
4) Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail PC literacy essential.
5) Good interpersonal skills Good verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated Quality Improvement projects/processes
Responsibilities:
Quality Control Analysis Validate QC procedures. Perform Gage R&R studies Analyze analyst to analyst variation.
Review complaints for systemic issues or re-occurrence. Provide assistance in complaint investigation Liaison between manufacturing and other functional groups Product Quality Reviews.
Perform product quality reviews to make necessary formulation adjustments Participate in OOPS/Reject meetings to determine root cause/corrective action Analyze formulas to ensure consistent quality results.
Plant productivity improvements Utilize Lean/Six Sigma methodology to reduce waste in operations Work with operations to analyze and improve process productivity. Perform validation on any modifications to plant processes/equipment/procedures.




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