- Manufacturing and tooling, Quality and Reliability
- Singapore - Singapore
Dyson has an opportunity for a Senior QA Engineer (In-Process Quality Management) supporting our Advanced Manufacturing operations where the Dyson Digital Motor is produced.
- Ensure incoming materials are audited for conformance to specifications and meet all manufacturing requirements.
- Manage and mentor a team of QA inspectors to ensure timely and effective audit of incoming materials.
- Develop relevant test and inspection plans and/or criteria for incoming materials.
- Work to resolve supplier related issues to ensure timely & effective resolution and continuity of supply.
- Proactively work with suppliers to identify opportunities and continually improve the incoming quality level.
- Maintain the Supplier Assessment system, including quality reports and supplier scorecards.
- Audit suppliers periodically to ensure compliance to standards.
- Support supplier related qualification initiatives (i.e. new parts, new revision, new tooling).
- Support quality audit of new suppliers.
- Issue drawings and part approval reports to suppliers.
- Review and approve suppliers’ control plans and inspection standards
- All other duties as assigned.
- Degree in Mechanical / Mechatronics Engineering.
- Minimum 3 years’ work experience in Quality / Process capacity in a manufacturing industry.
- Knowledgeable in the field of Quality Assurance and its application, including various quality tool and techniques such as Fishbone, Pareto, Cause-and-Effect..
- Able to understand part drawings, including GD&T requirements.
- Knowledge of basic statistical principles and its application is a must.
- Knowledge and practical experience in measurement equipment (CMM, Roundness, Vision measurement) would be an added advantage.
- Must be familiar with commonly used productivity & statistical software such as Minitab.
- Able to work flexible hours to suit work/scheduling demands.
- Able to travel on short notices for supplier related issues.
- Proactive and able to work independently with minimal supervision.