$88,000.00 - $102,000.00

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
The Quality Manager is responsible for supporting and leading the operation of the quality management department and the effectiveness of the entire plant's quality program to ensure customer satisfaction.

Essential Duties and Accountabilities:

Responsible for development and implementation of plant quality systems
Ensure that the outgoing product quality is continuously improving
Measure, track, and improve both quality system input and quality performance output metrics
Develop and maintain the quality action plan
Remain abreast of gauging, inspection and statistical technology
Manage customer quality audits and surveys
Ensure plant complies to TS-16949 automotive standard
Reduce the cost of quality (internal scrap, appraisal and external scrap)
Assist Sales, Engineering and Division Quality Assurance Management with the interpretation and development of procedures necessary to meet customer requirements
Visit customers and suppliers as necessary to support quality programs
Maintain an awareness of customer quality system requirements and ensure compliance
Support Quality Gate 20 and safe product launch responsibilities.
Supervisory Responsibilities:
2 direct reports. Responsible for the Metallurgical Lab, Gage Rooms and Master lab.
Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrated leadership experience
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Demonstrate strong problem solving skills
Knowledge and use of SPC
Previous quality experience with bearing manufacturing
Five years automotive experience desired.
Education and Experience:
BS - Engineering, 6-8 years experience in Quality
Minimum of 7 years experience in Quality and in a lean manufacturing environment

Work Environment/Physical Demands:
Work is mostly performed in a normal office setting with minimal exposure to health or safety hazards. Daily performance of this position will require regular exposure to manufacturing areas, which require the use of personal protective equipment such as safety glasses with side shields, hearing protection and safety shoes.
Travel requirement is

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