Advanced Supplier Quality Engineer-MCS
In this role, you have the opportunity to
- Supplier Quality Engineer (NPI) : Responsible for achieving a state of high quality performance at our Supplier partners through the application and practice of Advanced, Product Quality Planning ‘APQP’ during the industrialization of Philips products/parts within the New Product Introduction ‘NPI’ process.
- Supplier Quality Engineer (Sustaining):Responsible for achieving a state of high quality performance at our Supplier partners and pursuing continuous quality improvement through, the application of Quality Engineering practices on Philips products/parts/services procured from suppliers throughout the product lifecycle, including sustaining change management.
You are responsible for:
- Supports Quality Engineering capability assessments of potential new suppliers.
- Supports SQE core member of NPI project teams.
- APQP execution, monitoring and control as part of the NPI process.
- Contribute to Supplier Project Book content.
- Supports Design for Excellence (DfX) collaboration between R&D and Suppliers.
- Critical to Quality characteristics flow down to Suppliers.
- Part Submission Warrant plans, deliverables, line release and completion.
- Supports Additions/Changes/Deletion to Approved Supplier List.
- Review Supplier Quality Agreement
- Analysis of defects for determining if supplier caused and then notified.
- Supplier Corrective Action Requests.
- APQP execution, monitoring and control as part of Sustaining Changes.
- Contribute to Supplier performance monitoring, reporting, improvement and development.
- Supports Supplier quality risk assessment and mitigation.
- Supports Supplier audit schedule development and maintenance.
- Assess and coordinate Supplier Change Requests
You are a part of
- A professional and energetic Supplier Quality Team, around 10 Team members in China.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
- Education: Bachelor degree or above, major in Mechanical Engineering is preferred.
- Minimum of 7 years’ experience in Quality or supplier quality engineering in manufacturing of electro-mechanical systems/products/solutions.
- Experience in a regulated environment, medical device or automotive industry.
- Competencies and skills:
- Demonstrated knowledge of manufacturing processes for consumable medical parts, mechanical parts (plastics, machined, sheet metal), cables, connector, sensors, etc.
- Experience with all aspects of supplier quality management: APQP/PPAP, quality concepts/tools/methods (e.g. FMEA, DOE, IQ/OQ/PQ, MSA, GRR, 8D, etc.), quality issue resolution and quality monitoring measures.
- Knowledge of the Purchasing function and associated commodity, supply base, quality and data management considerations. Understanding of Procurement, Supplier Relationship Management, Material and Supplier Quality and Data Management areas.
- Certified lead auditor for ISO System, ISO13485 is preferred.
- Knowledgeable in SAP Quality Management, Mini-Tab, Query tools such as Business Objects, web-based systems, and MS Excel (power user).
- CQE, six-sigma Black Belt or Green Belt is preferred.
- Fluent in English and Chinese is a must.
Why should you join Philips?
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