Quality Engineer

Carnegie Robotics builds custom robotics systems for government and industry. We also manufacture and sell rugged robotics components that allow other organizations to develop their own robots. We’re small enough to have many of the benefits of working for a startup, but we have a very broad customer base, making us more stable and recession-proof than most organizations our size. We are developing and deploying cutting edge technology in robotics, perception, and machine learning. Many of our development efforts go on to have a real-world impact in robots that clean floors, find land mines, enable the development efforts of other organizations, and much more. This is challenging, exciting work, and we are committed to building the company culture and diverse team that will allow our continued success.

Job summary

Reporting to the Chief Manufacturing Officer this position will lead all quality activities within manufacturing and interface with both internal and external customers to ensure the highest quality products and services. Responsible for ensuring that the products produced or purchased meet CRL quality standards, minimizing cost and maximizing customer satisfaction whilst ensuring that procedures and processes are adhered to.

Application Process

Quality Engineer

Essential functions

  • Responsible for identifying quality issues and facilitating their expedient resolution so as to reduce or mitigate customer impact.
  • Support new product introduction, reviewing designs and documentation for robustness and ease of manufacturing, ensuring quality standards are considered and met.
  • Developing receiving and in-process test/inspection plans.
  • Evaluate (root-cause analysis) in-process and field failures using globally recognized techniques to report findings and facility corrective actions.
  • Coordinate internal audits in support of 3rd party certification and continuous improvement.
  • Host 3rd party and customer audits and drive resolutions to issues raised during such audits.
  • Lead supplier audits performed to recognized standards and ensure follow up/resolution to issues raised.
  • Work with technicians, engineers, and the manufacturing team to develop and update process documentation, ensure clarity of instructions and gaining and understanding of the process.
  • Communicate with manufacturing team on deliverable updates (internal & external); quality issues, etc.
  • Interpret engineering prints and schematics.
  • Train production employees on safety and quality processes.
  • Support all safety and quality initiatives including: 5S, ESD, FOD.
  • Initiate Process Improvements.

Competencies

  • Show initiative in improving processes and culture in a fast paced open environment
  • “Hands On”, self-motivated and driven, able to work independently with minimal supervision.
  • Highly organized and an ability to maintain focus during constant transition.
  • Maintain high standards of excellence through accuracy, rigor, and timeliness.
  • Excel within a cross-functional team environment.
  • Proactive and action oriented.
  • Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills.
  • Customer Focused and “Team Player”.
  • Displays the highest level of ethics.

Qualifications

  • A four (4) year degree in Engineering (or equivalent).
  • Five (5) years’ experience in a Lean Manufacturing environment
  • Experience with mechanical and or complex electronic systems preferred.

Travel

This position requires up to 10% travel both domestic and international

Reporting to:

Chief Manufacturing Officer

Selected Benefits

  • Relocation Assistance
  • High-quality health/dental/vision insurance with a flexible spending plan or HAS
  • Flexible schedule
  • Premium pay if required to work 50 hours in a given week
  • 401k plan with employer match
  • Paid time off to compensate for company travel

Carnegie Robotics LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer that welcomes applications from all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable laws and Carnegie Robotics’ employment policies.