We are a Belgian engineering consulting firm that assists SMEs and large industrial organizations in bringing their innovation and R&D initiatives to life.
Our client well-known in the Automotive Industry and located in the Flanders has more than 230 engineers and colleagues working on the development, testing, prototyping and production of high-technology transmission systems and subsystems for high-performance, top-of-the-line vehicles!
• You will be responsible for the follow-up of the suppliers to make sure they proceed according to the fixed production methods and quality processes.
• You regularly go on site to check the production methods and quality processes.
• You report your feedback and make sure this results in approved PPAP-files.
• You check these files and make sure they are accurate; you identify the missing elements and act.
• You also act if there are deviations due to the suppliers and you follow up complaints arising from these deviations.
• You ask the 8D's and analyze these, together with the technical responsible engineer.
• You are also responsible for the further follow-up and feedback.
• Through a multidisciplinary approach, you improve the quality of the delivered products.
• You closely work together with your colleagues from Engineering, Procurement and Quality and you report to the SQE Team
• You have a degree in industrial engineering specialization: Electronics or Electro mechanics
• Experience in the automotive sector or experience in the electronic components would be an asset.
• You have experience or are willing to learn about the standard Quality technics (SPC, FMEA, MSA, 8D, 5 Why,…) and are interested in production processes.
• You have sufficient technical background and are passionate about electronics (E-motors, inverters, TCU's, etc…)
• You are fluent in English, Dutch is a plus.
• You are a good communicator, and you can be assertive when necessary.
• You can work independently, structured and you have an eye for detail.
• You are willing to travel abroad for short periods (variating case by case)