Quality Engineer

St. Louis, Missouri
Oct 27, 2021
Required Education
Bachelors Degree
Position Type
Full time
ROLE SUMMARY:Primary responsibility for managing assigned supplier(s) relationship and Quality program deliverables. Provides oversight, evaluation, and corrective action of assigned production and supplier quality related issues, including for external processes and suppliers. Generates reports, memos, files, and presentations necessary to communicate the issues for the items listed above according to site procedures. Create, schedule, execute and summarize Quality Engineering related protocols. Assist in the process of gathering, interpretation and application of statistical methods to various Production/Quality related processes and communicate those through reports, memos, files and presentations. Responsible person for Quality Tracking System (Trackwise) records such as investigations, CAPA, change management and action items. Assist with and serve as the backup for the Quality Engineer assigned to qualification/challenge kit program.

ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES:•Primary Quality contact for assigned suppliers within an assigned commodity class.•Reviews and approves supplier change notifications, issues/investigations and corrective actions.•Ensures component and tooling qualification activities are completed and meet SOP requirements.•Issues supplier corrective action request (SCAR) and reviews/approves SCAR responses per SOP.•Responsible person for records within the Meridian Medical Technologies (MMT) Quality System; ensure timely completion and appropriate documentation of work completed in support of the record closure.•Coordinates activities cross functionally (QA, Operations and Product Technology) to ensure appropriate prioritization of deliverables, both by the QE as well as by the supplier.•Ensure compliance with company procedures, quality standards and government regulatory requirements.•Responsible for review, redline and changes for assigned supplier quality plan (SQP), QC Test Report (QCTR) and controlled drawings.•Participates on teams and provides guidance and direction from a Quality/compliance perspective.•Serves as the backup for QE assigned to the Qualification and Challenge kits program; review defects and confirm answer key to defect, confirm the defect kit against MTR, confirm lack of additional defects; review remaining parts for lack of damage.BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in a scientific/engineering discipline required.•3-5 years of cGMP, FDA regulated industry experience; prefer experience within the medical device or Quality Engineering settings. 1-3 years of experience with a Master’s degree acceptable.•Knowledge of computerized systems (MS Office suite).•Demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities•Professional certification is desirable but not required (i.e. CQA –Certified Quality Auditor, CQE –Certified Quality Engineer, SQE –Software Quality Engineer, etc.)PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS

Sitting, standing, walking, bending, ability to perform mathematical calculations and ability to perform complex data analysis.


Standard work schedule with possible 10% travel

The job is open only to Protected Individuals (as defined by 8 U.S.C. § 1324b(a)(3), namely, Citizens or Nationals of the United States, Lawful Permanent Residents (“green card holders”), Refugees and Asylees.

Last date to apply for job: November 15, 2021

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