Adecco Engineering and Technology is currently recruiting for a temp-to-hire Quality Engineer job located in San Diego, CA. The Quality Engineering is responsible for product and service quality evaluation and control. Works cross-functionally in the development and or maintenance of products or services. The Engineer is involved in resolving the equipment and process-related production issues, activities including equipment, process, materials and method validation as well as statistical analysis and metrics to analyze those systems and processes being measured.
Quality Engineer job responsibilities:
Monitors and ensures compliance with company policies and procedures (e.g. compliance with FDA, BSI, etc.).
Drive continuous improvement efforts through facilitating, leading, and collaborating with cross function teams.
Member of the team responsible for supporting high visibility projects such as introduction of new suppliers and new part qualification.
Responsible for overseeing failure analysis, documenting failure analysis and recommending corrective action for instrument complaint, service, production and receiving inspections issues.
Support Development/Operations Engineering and Manufacturing to resolve technical issues and implement corrective and preventive action for products.
Manages Quality Notifications for non-conforming product and deviations.
Member of the Material Review Board collaborates with engineering, manufacturing and purchasing on the disposition of non-conforming product.
Reviews and approves test and validation documents, receiving inspection requirements, sampling plans, and Change Orders for product and process changes. Initiates change orders to correct drawings, release new parts, change specifications, and Quality System Procedures.
Responsible for special projects; identifies areas requiring quality improvement and initiates and follows through plans of action necessary for implementation.
Writes detailed Risk Assessments, updates Process Hazard Analysis, and presents the analysis to the Risk Management Board.
Bachelor's degree in a technical field with minimum 6 yrs of experience in the Quality Engineering field, or minimum of 15 yrs of work experience as a Quality Engineer in medical industry or other highly regulated field.
Previous experience in a manufacturing environment as opposed to R&D
Direct experience with medical devices, instrumentation and/or disposables in a regulated environment
Experience in new Supplier introduction and part qualification is a plus.
Knowledge of Quality Engineering discipline, including statistics
Prior experience supporting a manufacturing/service operation
Working knowledge of DMAIC/Six Sigma problem solving process.
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