JLG Industries Senior Quality Engineer in Rochester, Minnesota
The Commercial segment is a leading manufacturer of refuse collection vehicles, front and rear discharge concrete mixers and portable and stationary concrete batch plants, and field services vehicles and truck mounted cranes. This segment consists of McNeilus, CON-E-CO, London Machinery, and IMT.
Oshkosh Commercial is a segment of Oshkosh Corporation, which is a Fortune 350, multi-billion dollar company. At Oshkosh Corporation we are dedicated to designing and building the world's toughest specialty trucks and truck bodies and access equipment by working shoulder-to-shoulder with the people who use them.
As a Senior Quality Engineer, you would report to our Quality Manager and work collaboritvely with cross functional teams to ensure a quality product is delivered to our customers. Your main mission as a Senior Quality Engineer is to employ your Six Sigma Black Belt expertise to continuously improve safety, quality, business, and our manufacturing processes. You would be responsible for designing new processes and re-engineering existing processes to address quality issues and prevent them from happening. Some examples of continuous improvement projects that you may be involved are, but not limited to, inventory accuracy, production throughput, and plant flow.
ABOUT THE ROLE:
Process flow diagrams and cycle-time analysis
Facilitate and train employee teams in process improvement techniques
Assist in the identification and implementation of six-sigma projects
Lead teams in applying the six sigma DMAIC methodology to eliminate waste
Apply the following basic process improvement tools within the six sigma DMAIC improvement model: Project Charter, Process Map, Thought Process Map, Pareto Chart, Trend Chart, Fishbone Diagram, 5-Why Analysis, Histogram, SPC, FMEA, Benchmarking, Brainstorming, 5S, Correlation Analysis, Error-proofing, Cpk, Ppk, Corrective Action Matrix, and Continual Improvement Control Plans
Design and improve process inputs to gain desired outcome
Improve processes to reduce common cause variability and eliminate special cause
Annual ROIC expectation is $150,000 achieved via process improvement
Establish control plans to prevent process backsliding for consolidation of gains
Perform process capability studies internally and externally
Analyze process constraints and develop standards to overcome constraints
Ability to effectively manage large process improvement projects using MS Project software
Revise procedures for process improvement
Investigate/analyze and benchmark industry practices for process validation assessments
Implement effective corrective and preventative actions utilizing structured planning methods
Coordinate and work cross-functionally with Employee Teams, Quality, Engineering, Contracts, Sales and Manufacturing to improve processes
Must proactively plan and execute plans in accordance with established time constraints
Minimal travel as required. Once per month on average for a duration of 1-3 days
Must be willing to complete additional advanced training/educational courses as required
Accurately maintain company records and documents in accordance with policies and procedures
Support housekeeping and safety
Bachelor's degree in Quality, Engineering, Business, Operations Management, or related field
3 plus years of related work experience
THINGS TO MAXIMIZE YOU IN THIS ROLE:
Ability to obtain a six-sigma certification and CQE
Skills to interpret basic technical drawings including characteristics such as views, title blocks, dimensioning, GD&T symbols, etc. and to interpret specification requirements in relation to product and process characteristics
Having experience with structured problem-solving techniques utilizing computer applications
Willing to learn advanced training or have experience in the using statistical techniques and process improvement methods
Obtaining ASQ Certified Quality Engineer certification (or equivalent) within eight months of filling this position
Experience with JD Edwards experience
We’re on a mission to find strong, caring, and passionate team members to join our Oshkosh family. Connect with the team that has made a difference in people’s lives for the last 100 years and will continue to for decades to come. Become a part of our environment where people are empowered, involved, developed and connected; to support our mission critical customers and communities where we live and work. Let’s build something meaningful together!
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