Quality Engineer - Receiving Inspection
In this role, you will have the opportunity to:
Perform a wide range of documentation updates, testing, and auditing in support of Receiving Inspection. This requires knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing, Quality System Regulations, various inspection methods, metrology and calibration fundamentals, sampling principals, and fundamental statistical methods.
You will be responsible for:
• Having knowledge of visual, dimensional, and functional inspections on consumable products, fixtures, and raw material.
• Data mining to determine parts that can be put onto reduced inspection because of consistent vendor performance
• Perform changes in Windchill system update documents, RIPs, drawings, etc.
• Determining the best equipment choices for a given inspection criteria
• Supporting receiving inspection personnel. Enabling optimization of any inspection efficiencies. Update inspection procedures and drawings.
• Knowledge of various measuring equipment to determine component acceptance (calipers, micrometer, drop gauge, starlite, OGP, FARO arm, etc.)
• Knowledge of typical First Article Inspections (FAI) process; gathering data and submitting reports.
• Interface with Engineering, Quality, and Production Teammates to facilitate process/document improvements and updates.
• Provide Quality Engineering floor support for Receiving Inspection area
• Interface with RI inspectors to identify process improvements
• Successfully work in and promote a team-oriented environment; reduce work area distractions.
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience:
• Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry or Biology Required.
• 3+ years’ experience in Medical Device Quality Engineering with an emphasis on Receiving Inspection
• Experience utilizing tools such as micrometers, pin gauges, surface height indicator and digital and manual calipers.
• Ability to read, engineering drawings, product specifications, receiving inspection plans, and test procedures.
• Understand Zero Acceptance Sampling Plans using AQL sampling and 100% inspection.
• Understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and inspection techniques.
• Strong computer abilities; web-based systems, Microsoft Office, Material and Document Control Software
• Solidworks experience in order to update part drawings
• Experience working within a government regulated environment, such as FDA, FAA or ISO
You will be a part of:
You will be part of the IGT Devices Receiving Inspection team.
In return, we offer you:
Philips welcomes you to a challenging, innovative environment with great opportunities for you to explore and grow.
Quality is on the top of Philips leadership agenda and that means you have the unique opportunity to come in and have a recognized voice to drive and witness exciting, transformational changes. You will be empowered to drive high quality, groundbreaking innovations with a globally recognized, premium brand behind you. And when you are successful in this role you will have an array of diverse career opportunities open to you – across different functional areas, product lines, business groups and/or geographies. That is a commitment Philips Quality Leadership team has made and stands by.
Why work on a project at Philips?
If you’re looking for meaningful work and a chance to tackle complex challenges, broaden your skills and expertise and become an even more sought after professional, you’ll find all that and more with project work at Philips.
The Randstad companies are responsible for finding talent to provide services at Philips. If you are selected to provide services for Philips, you will be employed by Randstad and will not be an employee of Philips.