Supplier Quality Engineer II

Quality Assurance
Job ID
Pos. Type
Full Time


The Supplier Quality Engineer is responsible for qualifying, monitoring and improving suppliers.


Essential Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with the Materials Department in selecting and qualifying new suppliers
  • Conduct routine supplier surveillance audits or as needed
  • Develop first article plans at the request of the Materials and Engineering Departments
  • Create and revise inspection plans as needed with the Quality Control Supervisor
  • Participate in material review boards
  • Disposition nonconforming material and trend data to drive supplier quality improvements
  • Issue Supplier-CAPAs when trends of defective material exist
  • Work with suppliers for root cause analysis of discrepant material
  • Drive continuous improvement of supplier’s quality, delivery and responsiveness
  • Comply with company policies and procedures regarding Employee health, safety, and conduct.


Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent, in a technical, scientific or related field
  • Minimum of 5-7 years experience in Quality Assurance and Quality Engineering in a GMP environment
  • Strong knowledge of statistical methods, including statistical process control and sampling techniques
  • Experience in Quality Systems auditing
  • A working knowledge of US FDA QSR and ISO 13485
  • Working knowledge of APQP and PPAP processes
  • Experienced in applying the classic Quality Tools to process improvement and root cause analysis
  • Solid foundation in GD&T and sampling techniques
  • Strong knowledge of applicable IPC standards for printed circuit boards
  • Good communication skills, including presentation skills and the ability to interact with different suppliers


Desired Qualifications:

  • CQE
  • Active member of ASQ
  • Experience with MiniTab

Cardiac Science Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority/Disabled/Veterans/Females are encouraged to apply



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