Job Description

In this role, you will be responsible for leading and executing supplier quality program (supplier development & supplier quality assurance) for mechanical parts across Magic Leap products. In this highly hands-on role, you will enjoy the key decision making combined with the on-site hands-on problem solving that comes with owning the quality for one of the most innovative product designs in the world today in a cosmetically demanding environment. Strong technical leadership, project management, and organizational skills are essential to succeed in this role.

Responsibilities:

  • Apply solid understanding of quality control and manufacturing concepts to develop specific PQPs for mechanical commodities.
  • Coordinate all Quality Engineering functions for mechanical commodities, serving as project manager to lead efforts at supplier locations.
  • Establish audit procedures appropriate to program and supplier to ensure adherence to high quality standards.
  • Develop and Implement FAI, PPAP, and Cp/Cpk reviews of mechanical parts.
  • Assuring supplier understanding and compliance with APQP processes and PPAP submission and approval requirements. Implementing and monitoring supplier part qualification and certification processes.
  • Work with commodity sourcing managers, reliability engineers, and supplier’s quality engineers to ensure part quality & reliability.
  • Implement systems and processes to quickly identify root cause and corrective actions for mechanical commodities.
  • Interface with internal and external groups to ensure that proper definition of quality expectations and that appropriate assurance techniques are used for the mechanical commodities.
  • Assess measurability and creatively address concerns directly with stakeholders. Identify and direct studies to implement improvements in measuring method where appropriate.
  • Assess supplier production control and quality programs, identify shortfalls to expectation, and directly secure agreement to correct.
  • Evaluate adherence to PQP at all development and qualification stages.
  • Monitor each supplier's performance through measurement of production line statistics, company inspections, and audits.
  • Prepare summary of performance and communicate to appropriate management to ensure effective corrective action plans can be promptly executed.
  • Managing cross-functionally with many different teams to resolve quality escalations.

Qualifications:

  • BS in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering. MS preferred.
  • Minimum 8 years of relevant experience working in consumer electronics. International experience, particularly in Asia is required.
  • Experience developing process quality plans, supplier quality audits, and driving corrective actions and failure analysis efforts.
  • Experience with mechanical enclosures, castings, plastic parts, injection molding in high volume quality manufacturing engineering for consumer electronics product. 
  • Expertise in optical inspection/metrology, laser triangulation, and defect detection.
  • Experience with digital imaging, camera system, and image processing is a definite plus.
  • Experience with 2D/3D triangulation laser system and CCD inspection system such as Keyence, Cognex and/or Visco
  • Proficient in print reading and interpretation, part measurement, gage design and function.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of geometric design and tolerancing (GD&T).
  • Familiar with mechanical metrology system qualification process, such as GRR, Correlation, Stability and Reliability.
  • Demonstrated ability to investigate quality problems and to apply sound technical judgment to develop potential solutions.
  • Project management experience and a solid understanding of problem solving tools including design of experiments, root cause analysis and statistical process control principles required.
  • Experienced in managing product and process non-conformance: MRB, CAR, 8D and RMAs, failure analysis and reporting.
  • Application of PFMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) and DOE (Design of Experiments)

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  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.
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