Quality Manager

Company Name:
Pin-Point Solutions
Our client is a Tier I Automotive Supplier to many major OEM's.s who is experiencing significant growth. They have a number of exciting positions available.
Location: Hartwell, GA
The Quality
is responsible for implementing, coordinating, and improving NA OE quality systems. This will be done by providing technical support (training and facilitating) to company staff and plants to ensure compliance to internal and external customer requirements, with emphasis on continuous improvement in product quality, cost and customer satisfaction. In addition, this position will be responsible for follow up and corrective action coordination of all customer related quality issues for their specific customer team.

1. Training and Developing: Lead and organize formal/informal problem solving in areas of scrap, process capability warranty, etc. Provide training in quality systems and related areas such as APQP, BOS, Problem Solving, Statistical Process Control, Gage R&R and DOE
2. Customer Support: Support compliance with external customer requirements, including customer visits. Interface with design/process engineering, purchasing, manufacturing plants and customer on new product/process launches
3. System Support: Conduct system and product audits. Assist in maintenance of QS-9000 and ISO14001 certification. Coordinate/facilitate continuous improvement in system compliance, product quality, customer satisfaction, cost of quality, etc.
4. Communication/Reporting: Provide risk assessment to Plant Manager, Business Unit and Director of Quality on customer design/quality issues. Submit monthly plant PPM performance to Direct of Quality. Coordinate corrective action responses to the customer.
must perform his/her
within acceptable safety, environmental, quality, productivity and performance standards as outlined in plant policies, handbooks and applicable work instructions.

1. Participate on cross-functional teams.
This list may not be all inclusive and may include other duties as assigned by the

Bachelors degree in engineering, statistics, or related field, or equivalent experience
Five years' experience in automotive quality, preferably manufacturing related
Strong written and verbal/interpersonal communication skills
Knowledge of automotive OE quality systems/requirements preferred
ASQ certified quality engineer, certified quality auditor preferred
Experience with QS9000 (PPAP, APQP, FMEA, etc.)
Knowledge of SPC, DOE, and GD&T.
Strong training skills
Excellent problem solver - understanding of 8-D methodology

Office environment - includes, but not limited to, artificial lighting, computers, telephones, desks, temperature controlled.
Manufacturing environment - includes, but not limited to, artificial lighting, machine/equipment noise, some welding exhaust, non-controlled temperatures, and PPE required.
Some travel which could include an overnight stay.

Ability to sit frequently for extended periods of time.
Ability to move about the plant in both the office and manufacturing areas.
Ability to travel occasionally.
Manual dexterity for computer work.
Ability to communicate in an effective manner.

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