- Expired: April 11, 2022. Applications are no longer accepted.
Join the global leader in the fast-growing playing cards and board games industry. Cartamundi’s purpose is “Sharing the Magic of Playing together”. A powerful purpose that drives social and interactive customer experiences with a human touch both online and in the physical world.
The Quality Engineer will identify shortfalls, develop corrective measures and implement quality control systems to ensure we meet established quality standards. The Quality Engineer will also establish metrics to monitor effectiveness of processes and adjust as necessary. The successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining a strong collaborative partnership with cross-functional team members.
What You'll Do as a Quality Engineer:
- Complete quality-related functions in a timely and accurate manner. These functions include (but are not limited to) customer and supplier tasks, job approvals, audits, prototype orders, planning and implementing process controls, developing and implementing gauge plans and calibration, assessing process capability, and planning and implementing inspection plans
- Coordinate closely with Account Managers, QC personnel, and Production Supervisors to ensure customer satisfaction and the rapid resolution of customer concerns
- Receive, consolidate, and facilitate cross-functional teams to resolve customers’ quality concerns or issues; provide subject matter expertise regarding processes and containment, mitigation strategies, internal and external communications, verification actions, and recording
- Monitor, review, and synchronize quality, rework, down-time, and financial data; provide reports and briefings based on testing and research to senior management along with mitigation strategies
- Participate in the MRB process and the Corrective Action Plan process to formalize, capture, and disseminate quality issues and corrective actions; follow-up to ensure processes are implemented and quality standards are enforced
- Engage in the internal job planning process to ensure scheduling, supply chain, pre-production, production, transportation, and shipping processes are coordinated for the most effective and efficient processing of goods
- Assess and improve current planning, pre-production, production, and post-production processes to achieve lean standards, reduce waste, and improve profit
- Conduct reliability testing and ensure timely and accurate customer test reports and documentation
- Manage incoming vendor materials for compliance with quality, sustainability, and safety certification processes. Support supplier management objectives by clearly communicating and enforcing supplier quality requirements
- Conduct product/process/supplier/quality system audits and employ formal problem-solving techniques to ensure effective corrective actions are memorialized, implemented, assessed, and modified as needed. Meet with the production team to share results, provide recommendations, and receive input
- Prepare, facilitate, and assess control and inspection plans for new projects; assist the documents custodian in updating and recording new or legacy processes and procedures as needed and annually; assist as the point of contact for all internal notifications and training required from any changes or modifications
- Collaborate effectively with key business partners and stakeholders to achieve optimal financial results
- Coordinate with the Lean Champion to achieve integrated process solutions and to meet lean objectives
- Facilitate a positive work climate based on mutual respect and trust that is physically and emotionally safe
- Coordinate with the Safety Team to ensure processes and procedures meet OSHA, company, and manufacturing requirements
- Collaborate effectively with key business partners + level to achieve optimal financial results
- Build, develop and maintain effective functional and cross-functional relationships with internal and external business partners
- Collaborate with business partners to streamline processes and procedures to ensure Lean initiatives are met
- Domestic and international travel required (approximately 10%)
We're Looking for a Quality Engineer Who:
- Has knowledge of manufacturing systems and processes
- Understands product safety and reliability
- Has solid analytical skills and strong attention to detail
- Can lead cross-functional teams to achieve goals
- Is familiar with quality management tools, concepts, methodology, auditing, inspecting, sampling, materials testing, data recording, interpretation, and analysis.
- Practices Lean Six Sigma to include Kaizen planning, implementation, and follow-up
- Knows ISO auditing techniques and recording
We're Looking for a Quality Engineer With:
- A bachelor’s degree in engineering, Business, or Management
- ASQ CQE Quality Engineer Certification, Six Sigma Green Belt Certification (Desired)
- PMP certification (this one will set you apart!)
- 2+ years’ experience in Quality Assurance in an ISO manufacturing industry or an environment that required significant focus on quality, process improvement, and regulatory compliance
- Computer skills—Microsoft Office, database management, business analytics
- Strong written, presentation, and oral communication skills
- Teaching/training skills
Benefits a Quality Engineer Can Expect from Cartamundi:
- Competitive pay
- Climate controlled facility
- 401(k) with company match
- Health, dental, and vision insurance starting day one
- HSA and FSA
- Life insurance
- Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
- Paid time off
- Tuition reimbursement
- Employee discounts on daycare, gym memberships, travel, and much more
Physical requirements and working conditions:
Our manufacturing Plant is comprised of enclosed office and manufacturing space. This position requires the ability to:
- Move throughout the entire facility to attend to various issues
- Work effectively in teams across functional groups with strong communication skills and the ability to lead
- Perform sedentary work on various computer systems
- This Quality Engineer position is located on-site in our Dallas facility
Apply today and discover the magic of making a difference at Cartamundi!
Cartamundi does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, age, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other reason prohibited by law in provision of employment opportunities.
Candidates must be 18 years old to work for Cartamundi.
No agencies please. No sponsorship available.
Cartamundi is responsible for sales and distribution of its own American household Playing Card and Games brands like BICYCLE®, BEE®, KEM®, ARISTOCRAT® and HOYLE®. Internationally, Cartamundi owns many other leading brands such as Fournier®, Shuffle®, COPAG®, Grimaud®, Color Addict® to name few.
Next to our own brands, we are the manufacturer of excellence for our customer’s nostalgic card and board games and collectable cards such as Monopoly®, Pokémon®, UNO®, Disney, Harry Potter and Magic the Gathering®.
A truly global company, Cartamundi is in full expansion and increasing its local presence through strategic partnerships and investments. Currently, Cartamundi operates across 23 locations (including 13 factories) throughout the Americas, Asia, and Europe, with over 2500 employees, and products being sold in more than 185 countries.
In 2020, Cartamundi celebrated its 50th anniversary starting back in 1970 when 2 Belgian families merged their Playing Cards business in the heart of Europe.
Today, Cartamundi North America represents its largest business, with 3 Customer Design Centers, 4 large Manufacturing units and providing jobs to over 1,500 people.
In North America, for 140 years, The United States Playing Card Company (“USPC”) has been the leader in the distribution and production of premier playing cards and a creator of innovative family-friendly games. Whether it is a game of blackjack on the casino floor or game night with the family our brands and products play a part.
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