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Our culture encourages open dialogue, the sharing of ideas, and recognizes that everyone has something to contribute. We operate on a first name basis and emphasize the following shared values: teamwork; safety, giving 110%, respect for each other, and diversity. We are focused on our customers and believe providing excellent value to our customers is Key to long-term success. Finally, at MEC you will find a Company that feels more like a family. We provide more than MEC jobs, we provide careers.
At MEC you’ll also find that we offer excellent employee benefits, including: Competitive salary; 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan; Insurance Benefits; Paid Time Off; and Internship Programs.
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
MEC, Inc. is currently looking for a Quality Engineer for the Byron Center, MI location. In this position the top candidate will be responsible for the implementation of customer quality requirements and the integrity of internal quality processes and procedures. Reviewing prints and other specifications with respect to design intent and quality standards; evaluate drawings relative to dimensions, datum, and tolerances that effect fit, functions, durability, functional gauging and product assessment. Meet with customer representatives to establish critical characteristics, SPC points and monitoring methods. Participate in check fixture designs, obtain customer approval for fixture designs, and coordinate efforts of fixture sources and layout to obtain certifications. Assist launch teams in performing Failure Mode and Effects of Analysis and Control Plan for every part prior to tool completions. Establish inspection and operational instructions, SPC methods and charting for all new parts. Work with launch team and tool sources to prove process capability at tool tryout. Coordinate first production runs for proper quality and process controls and Initial Sample Inspection Report improvement efforts. Review quarantined material and be able to recommend disposition activity as required. Direct workers engaged in measuring and testing product and tabulating data concerning materials, product, or process quality and reliability. Lead problem solving teams and motivate its participants.
•Able to work under pressure and meet deliverables
•Able to prioritize and supply sound judgment
•May require negotiation skills
•May require the ability to management supplier relationships and contracts
•Strong organizational, communication, and management skills
•Strong problem solving skills
•Strong analytical and master data management skills
•Proficient in Microsoft Office and Outlook including3-D CAD Systems, GD&T and typical drafting standards
•Skilled in project management with cross functional teams; meeting facilitation; and prior tool shop tryouts preferred
•Able to understand the full scope and impact of assigned initiatives; full understanding of metal forming and assembly operations including MIG and resistant welding, coil fed progressive stamping, line dies, e-coating, powder coating, tube bending, cutting and forming
•Communicate effectively with various organizational levels
•Must be able to travel
•Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or CQE by ASQC
•2-3 years' work experience in field or related area
•Solid knowledge in welding procedures, ISO9000 and TS16949, FMEA, APQP, PPAP, MSA, Process Flow, Corrective Action Process required
•Must be eligible to work in the United States without assistance