Our client is a leading manufacturer of construction products. The company is now looking for a suitably qualified candidate to join its team in the position of Quality Assurance Manager.
- Being responsible for the quality control system to ensure the quality standards of products, in-process quality control and finished goods quality assurance for the reference markets.
- Implementing and maintaining ISO 9001 certification as required and ensuring that the systems are being used to drive continuous improvement.
- Implementing the Global Aesthetics Quality Standard through all plants and related activities
- Providing inspection team for local and imported products.
- Establishing standard operating procedures (SOP) for the QA department.
- Implementing competency awareness and training for QC/QA.
- Working cross-functionally (especially with purchasing and engineering) to define and execute supplier quality management and supplier development strategies, with the goal of reducing variation (and cost) in sourced materials.
- Collaborating with the Technical Service team to identify product-caused defects and customer-caused defects.
- Monitoring quality assurance work flow and presenting / implementing ideas to further improve related processes.
- Ensuring that all finished products meet quality standards and customer expectations.
- Developing and improving customer satisfaction regarding product quality and services
- Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Science, Industrial Engineering or related field.
- Male or female, aged 38-45 years old.
- At least 5 years’ experience in a QA management role.
- Strong knowledge and understanding of quality management, especially variability reduction and process improvement.
- Good command of spoken and written English.
- Multi-tasking skills, independent and highly-responsible.
- A proactive personality with creative thinking skills.
- Good communication, interpersonal and coaching skills.
- Experience in a multinational manufacturing company is preferred.
- Black Belt certification is preferred.