As a member of the Corporate Quality team, you will be providing multiple services to support quality and process excellence goals of the product and the company. You must be able to work flexibly in an undefined environment and work towards building world class processes for a global company. A passion for vehicles is important. The Quality Analyst / Engineer will report to the Sr Manager Global Corp Quality. 


  • Maintain and improve vehicle quality, using the do-it-right-the-first-time concept, by measuring performance and driving improvements; utilizing QMS, processes, people, and systems;
  • Assist cross-functional quality work between engineering groups and other functional areas;
  • Support DFMEAs, and assist SQ/Manufacturing with PFMEAs performed on all product areas;
  • Prepare quality documentation and reports - by developing measurement strategies and glidepaths; collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends on issue identification and resolution plans and implementation targets;
  • Assist leadership in the development of business processes, as required;
  • Assist in the creation of Quality processes and procedures utilizing APQP;
  • Assist where required in the development of a world class product including writing manuals, checklists as well as testing and process specifications;
  • Prepare material, teach classes and lead workshops on Quality topics including DFMEA, PFMEA and Control Plans, KPCs, APQP, PPAP, Gage R&R, SPC, Hypothesis Testing, Design of Experiment, and Problem Solving techniques and provide record keeping;
  • Audit validation and release processes to ensure integrity and completeness;
  • Validate DVP&R and quality processes by confirming product specifications and quality attributes; measuring production products, processes & vehicles; documenting evidence; determining operational and performance qualification; writing and updating respective procedures to improve vehicle quality. Drive Results;
  • Assist in the use of Document Control;
  • Collaborate with key system and component suppliers and support overall vehicle development milestones and prototype/production build events;
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams within Byton Vehicle Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Supplier Quality, Manufacturing and Manufacturing Quality and others to ensure system manufacturing and assembly feasibility and serviceability.


  • BSc in Engineering or Technology required, Masters degree desired;
  • 4 - 7 years In-depth vehicle quality technical expertise with the latest manufacturing technologies and feasibility execution to achieve systems requirements and world-class craftsmanship/performance targets;
  • Corporate quality experience; EV start-up experience preferred;
  • Teaching experience required;
  • Experience with AIAG APQP, PPAP, MSA, Gage R&R preferred;
  • Manufacturing process knowledge: Molding, pressing, casting, composite layup, jig & fixtures;
  • Experience with or knowledge of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 desired, audit experience a bonus;
  • Product development and validation experience desired;
  • Ability to use CATIA V6 and an understanding of 3DX PLM release process desirable;
  • Problem tracking and solving experience;
  • Containment, recall and warranty experience;
  • Voice of customer (VOC), response to customer complaints experience;
  • Knowledge of Functional Safety ISO 26262 or VDA SPICE;
  • Statistical knowledge necessary, Minitab or other analysis tool ability preferred;
  • ASQ CQE or CSQE certification preferred;
  • Green Belt Six Sigma certification preferred;
  • Demonstrate an ability to manage projects with tight timing constraints;
  • Self-motivated, with a desire to continuously improve and learn;
  • Mandarin or German language skills are a bonus;
  • Limited travel to China

BYTON has a very diverse global workforce; women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

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