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Supplier Quality Engineer

Supplier Quality Engineer
by Admin on 02-07-2020 at 8:49 am

Summary of role:

Supplier Quality Engineer, with concentration in chemical eng, located in E. Fishkill NY, GF Fab10. Main responsibilities will be to continuously work with domestic and global suppliers to assure high and stable quality material coming into the Fab.  Work very closely with internal process teams as well as global GF teams.  Work with suppliers to improve their process for early detection of abnormalities, develop strategies for continuous improvement and drive problem closure using structured problem solving methodologies

Supplier evaluation during new supplier / material qualification including reporting and analysis of the data

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Check and release of material deliveries in compliance with specifications
  • Drive STC implementation across approved supplier list
  • Manage supplier change requests, including risk assessment, qualification and approval
  • Rate supplier quality performance during global supplier rating
  • Issue and lead SCAR closure with suppliers for non-conformities  
  • Ensure immediate escalation, internal and / or at supplier in case of emergencies / excursions that impact production
  • Conduct / lead supplier onsite audits to ensure, identify deficiencies in their QMS, track and ensure timely closure of non conformances
  • Work with global materials team to improve overall GF supplier strategy 

Required Qualifications: 

  • Education – MS in Chemical Engineering
  • Experience – 1-3 years of relevant experience
  • Please indicate % of travel:  15-20%
  • Fluency in English Language – written & verbal
  • Physical Capacity Demands – (Recruiter to input and ensure accuracy of these requirements, delete if not applicable)

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Excellent communication skill
  • Understanding of Semiconductor process
  • Data analysis skill
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To view the job application please visit gfoundries.taleo.net.

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