Supplier Quality Engineer

Highly Competitive
  1. Permanent
  2. Supply Chain
  3. United States
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Posting date: 31 May 2019

My Client, a cutting edge Medical Device company based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, now has an exciting opportunity for a Supplier Quality Engineer for a 6-12 month initial contract with a likelihood of extension. The rate for this position is $30-55 per hour.
My client is a world renowned medical device company and is consistently at the forefront of medical innovation. This innovative company is seeking a Supplier Quality Engineer to assist on a new quality initiative which will have a significant impact on patient outcomes. This project is business critical and has visibility up to the CEO level!
The Supplier Quality Engineer will be working hand in hand with existing suppliers to implement and execute new and improved supplier quality inspections, practices and protocols. This is a large scale project that is at the cutting-edge of thought leadership and innovation for supplier quality within Life Sciences
Required Skills/Experience:

  • 3-5 years of experience in the Medical Device (preferred) OR Automotive industry
  • BA of Engineering or related field
  • Understanding of PFMEA
  • Understanding and experience with control and inspections plans
  • Experience in a customer, supplier or client facing role
  • Knowledge of flow charts
  • Strong Communicator
  • Driven and proactive

This position is moving very quickly so please apply now for immediate consideration.

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