Manufacturing Supplier Quality Engineer

South East

Birmingham, Alabama  – Movement Search and Delivery    is working with a multinational supplier to the automotive industry. Due to their recent growth, the company has opened a position for a Supplier Quality Engineer in eastern Birmingham.

What you will do: The Supplier Quality Engineer is responsible for all supplier complaints pertaining to the relevant production line and/or new future products, supplier support, RMA procedures, quality documentation in the line processes, and support in PPAP issues. The role develops positive relationships and effective lines of communication with supplier-partnership oriented arrangements and manages the supplier quality metrics such as non-conformance tracking (MRB), supplier corrective action requests (SCAR), and corrective action and preventive action (CAPA). The position works closely with the purchasing/logistics department to establish and maintain a supplier quality scorecard that includes delivery, cost, partnership, advanced quality planning and quality, participates as a member of the board meetings to review and disposition supplier related non-conformance material report, and develops a monthly report to present the “Supplier Quality Pulse” to management.

What you will need: Bachelor’s Degree. Mid-range experience in quality management. Experience in the automotive manufacturing industry. Current experience managing supplier relationships and auditing for quality assurance.

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Please send your resume and current compensation  to:

Greg Giltner
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