Stefanini Group is in search for a Supplier Quality Engineer ! This is for a globally recognized automotive company based in Greensboro, NC
Open to C2C candidates.
Please reach out to me for immediate interview: Sheila Paulino at (248) 936-0654As Supplier Development Engineer, you are expected to support all activities that ensure a continuous flow of quality part supply to our NA Plants. In addition, this role must also attempt to minimize costs to Volvo. During supplier development and technical assistance missions, the engineer must choose the right approach, depth, focus, techniques and lessons learned, in order to properly address situations. Each supplier development opportunity may be unique.Core responsibilities:* Actively engaged with Volvo/Mack suppliers and supply chains* Ability to accurately assess supplier weaknesses and provide solutions* Monitor high risk supplier development issues in order to prevent crisis at our Volvo operations* Able to analyze supplier capacity and supplier investment requests* Drive and develop supplier problem solving techniques for identified supplier fault issues* Fix and develop supplier quality systems and processes to prevent impact to Volvo operations* Drive supplier operational excellence and zero defect philosophies* Set focused priorities to reach objectives* Work in accordance with the GTP processes, the Code of Conduct and the Volvo Way* Represent GTP at suppliers and escalate as needed to prevent crisis at our Volvo operationsEssential skills and needed experience:* University degree required. Major in engineering or business management or supply chain management preferred* Minimum 5 years of supply chain (quality and development) and/or production experience* Preferably experience from the automotive or heavy commercial truck industry in supplier quality and capacity, manufacturing engineering, supplier development or crisis management* Strong problem solving, communication and teamwork skills* Strong accountability and project management for tasks without close supervision