Xometry (NASDAQ: XMTR) powers the industries of today and tomorrow by connecting the people with big ideas to the manufacturers who can bring them to life. Xometry’s digital marketplace gives manufacturers the critical resources they need to grow their business while also making it easy for buyers at Fortune 1000 companies to tap into global manufacturing capacity.

Xometry is a fast growing digital technology company that is disrupting the manufacturing industry. We are looking for a Quality Engineer  for our international team. Do you thrive on working on the edge? Do you want to transform an industry? This job is for you if your true strength is the ability to prioritize and communicate effectively to get you through even the most demanding of situations.


A Quality Engineer represents the customer's perspective within the supplier company and ensures interaction between the customer, the supplier company, and other Xometry departments on quality issues.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Supplier interaction: auditing the supplier, identifying a list of improvements, organizing and conducting quality improvement activities at the supplier
  • Receiving requirements from the customer: defining initial quality goals, developing a quality management plan, and ensuring these requirements are met
  • Managing the prototype development and production process: agreeing on additional part requirements, coordinating changes, and transferring information to the supplier company
  • Managing the mass production order process: monitoring the quality of each stage of the technological process, and controlling the quality of finished products
  • Achieving quality goals
  • Tracking goal achievement through subsequent risk assessments based on FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis), special characteristics, capabilities, tolerance stacks, PPM, etc.
  • Having the authority to stop any process or product delivery in case of serious non-compliance.
  • Being responsible for compliance, perceived quality, and traceability of any parts supplied to the customer at all stages of development.
  • Preparing and compiling PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) files and supporting the supplier's quality engineer in sending initial samples, including process audit.
  • Adhering to and promoting standard operating procedures and policies outlined in the FCS quality management system.
  • Ensuring timely response to corrective actions in accordance with policies and procedures, including meeting customer response time requirements.
  • Validation of 8D from supplier, participation at escalation process.


    A successful candidate:
  • Higher technical education – engineer, quality engineer, process engineer, design engineer, or similar.
  • At least 3 years of experience as a quality engineer, preferably in the automotive industry.
  • Expert knowledge of quality standards, documentation, manufacturing process of parts, production process, and equipment.
  • Knowledge of various metal post-processing techniques.
  • Knowledge of various construction materials and their mechanical properties: metals, plastics, composites.
  • High conversational and written level of English.
  • Willingness and desire to work in a fast-growing business environment, and readiness to adapt.

    We offer:
    Full-time job. Home office + contract as an Individual Entrepreneur
    Salary (fixed in Euros) to be discussed with each candidate
    Successful startup as a global market leader (1000+ people globally)
    Compatible time zone with American time zone:
    for candidates from Kazakhstan, working hours are 2.00pm-10.00pm
    for candidates from Georgia, Armenia working hours 12.00-8.00pm
    for candidates from Serbia - 10.00am-6.00pm
    Corporate Laptop

Team spirit and friendly atmosphere: we work in an open, friendly and trusting environment that welcomes initiative. In the Xometry team, everyone is ready to help and support in difficult times, and we always celebrate victories together and appreciate the contribution of everyone.
Development opportunities: we are a fast growing company, each new task is an interesting challenge for the team.
We care: ongoing free of charge well-being activities for our people, charity projects worldwide.
Flexibility: speed and flexibility are some of our advantages, allowing us to achieve amazing results. We have flexible processes and planning, we can respond to rapidly changing conditions and remain effective in the face of uncertainty.
Onboarding: Well structured onboarding plan for new employees combining all in one process, technology, and systems components.

 

Here at Xometry we believe in diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. We are committed to welcoming, respecting and valuing people for who they are as individuals, learning from their differences, embracing their uniqueness and providing a positive workplace for all.
 
Xometry is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

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