Do you have experience in leading various projects with external suppliers? Do you want to be part of, and contribute to, the DeLaval Supplier Quality Assurance team, and most importantly to develop and support our external suppliers? Then you may be the one we are looking for!
DeLaval is now looking for an experienced Supplier Quality Assurance Engineer to join the team at headquarters in Tumba, Sweden.
It´s a strategic and demanding role with high degree of own responsibility. As a part of the Supplier Quality Assurance team, you will have several internal networks as well as various projects with external suppliers. In this role you will be responsible for tasks such as; improvement/development activities, audits, new products implementation and work towards suppliers to prevent and solve problems while optimizing conditions to improve supplier quality. The role also offers opportunities to be involved in internal quality assurance processes development and enhancement.
This is an exciting, challenging, and cross-functional role that will ensure both professional growth and development. If you are looking to expand your horizons, then you should consider this position.
As Supplier Quality Assurance Engineer at DeLaval, your main responsibilities will be to:
The position is based at DeLaval’s headquarters in Tumba, Sweden and reports directly to the Site Quality Manager.
Is this you?
We are looking for someone with a university degree in engineering or equivalent. You have solid experience within Supplier Quality Assurance, 3-5 years of appropriate professional background is required. It is desirable if your background is within an international industrial company working with metal or electrical commodities and experience in performing external suppliers’ audits and driving improvements with suppliers. Moreover, you have knowledge of methods and Quality and Assurance “toolbox” (i.e APQP, PPAP, FMEA, 8D and more) in combination with experience of ISO Standards. In addition to this it is a plus if you have experience with Six Sigma and having a Black or Green Belt certification. To be successful in the role, you have strong engineering analysis skills and good knowledge of statistical analysis, methodology and tools.
Strong oral, written and presentation skills in English are required as well as basic knowledge in Swedish.
In this recruitment, your personal attributes will be of great importance. We believe you are independent and self-driven person with strong communication skills. You are resilient, optimistic, and open to change as well as self-motivated and able to work well under pressure. You are a team player who interacts professionally both internally and externally and you enjoy finding pragmatic new ways to improve processes that affect positive to the company business result.
Do you want to know more?
In this process DeLaval is working with Level Recruitment. To apply, please click at the apply button. Please apply with your CV in English or Swedish. If you have any questions, please contact the Recruitment Consultant Dennis Pater at 08-120 50 434. We will interview ongoing so please register your application as soon as possible. We are looking forward to your application!
DeLaval is the market leader in the dairy industry with a new strategic direction defined, to focus on enhancing our digital offering. Our digital transformation will lead to the establishment of a common DeLaval digital platform that collects and makes use of data from our sensors on cows and equipment around the world to the benefit of our customers and dealers. Through IoT on edge, and with machine learning algorithms created in cloud, this data will be used to enhance our insights in daily farm operations and prepare for remote management.
DeLaval’s leading position in the market is based on innovations and our ability to bring a constant flow of relevant new exciting products and services to our customers. From now on we will innovate both around our traditional products and around digital offering. Do you want to be a part of this journey?