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Plant QHSE Leader 51085 in Howell, MI at Fast Switch

Date Posted: 2/28/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Howell, MI
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    2/28/2019

Job Description

Job ID: 51085

Plant QHSE Leader Job Description       
Level 1: 

  • Participate in the implementation of cost-effective product/process capability for production connected to the zone(s) or APU concerned, for all types of customer and all types of scope. 
  • Participate in the operational implementation of risk management actions on site 

Level 2: 

  • Responsible for the cost-effective product/process capability for production connected to the zone(s) or APU concerned, for all types of customer and all types of scope. 

Responsible for the operational implementation of risk management actions on site.

Main missions  

Ensure the level of quality in production

  • Take general or specific quality requirements into account 
  • Coordinate and approve internal and external sorting and recovery 
  • Take part in developing the SPC when it is implemented: updating, optimization of procedures and approval of results 
  • Monitor product quality (materials, BOP, semi-finished and finished products) by product line and by customer 
  • Participate as a guarantor of methodology in handling customer and supplier quality incidents, justify choices and coordinate the progress of action plans up to completion (measuring efficiency, sharing between functions - lessons learned) 
  • Perform audits of products and their production processes and ensure the action plans are implemented 
  • Perform warranty return analysis and processing 
  • Participate in the re-evaluation of FMECAs and ensure mass-production control plans are updated 
  • Approve the modifications of the products and processes and submit EI to customers 
  • Conduct the initial process audit, approve the qualification of the process and confirm the qualification over time 
  • Perform all the actions required within the framework of the position, with both customers and suppliers 
  • Analyze the causes and decide upon the appropriate methods and means to perform missions 
  • Make the necessary decisions to optimize results, in line with initial data  

Lead quality activities within workshops 

  • Participate in APU routines and daily APU meetings with the APU Manager and shopfloor team 
  • Control and lead the establishment of quality firewalls as well as the associated results up until they are removed 
  • Control quality requirements during transfers and participate in P/P qualification 
  • Conduct MPP audits and coordinate the progress of action plans until completion 
  • Coordinate and approve the recovery of internal/external non-compliant parts 
  • Conduct training on quality tools and methods for production staff 
  • Train production supervisors in new products/processes for deployment with production staff 
  • Participate in the development of new products (FMECA, PPQA reviews, Control equipment, etc.) in compliance with Smart DEV 
  • Participate in the drafting of design failures to capitalize on them and take the feedback into account 
  • Report, according to the organization of the production unit, to the Unit Quality Manager or the APU Manager 
  • Block deliveries and/or stop production in the case of an identified risk for the customer. 
  • Participate in developing content for new DAQs with the Project Quality Leader and the Plant QHSE Manager 
  •  Approve new content for new DAQs in relation with the Project Quality Leader

Participate in progress management 

  • Participate in the CNQ analysis for the scope 
  • Participate in action led by production on areas for improvement regarding CNQ for the scope 
  • Check the results obtained following these action plans 
  • Lead working groups 
  • Participate in the resolution of quality issues (progress/incidents/corrective or preventative actions)  

Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and other requirements in risk management and establish 

  • Update the assessment of occupational risks and environmental analysis following any incident, in the case of process modifications and at least once a year. 
  • Conduct investigations at the site and assist other managers in gathering objective information on workplace accidents or environmental incidents, the analysis of causes and the drafting of associated preventative action plans. 
  • Participate in Safety/Environment activities with all site personnel and coordinate action plans and working groups in the field of safety or environmental protection  

Undertake the operational monitoring of processes and risk management inspection: 

  • Check the control plan implementation schedule is followed and the removal of associated nonconformities. 
  • Check and coordinate the monitoring of intervention organization: regular intervention drills, drafting drill reports and ensuring the associated action plan is followed 
  • Check the management of hazardous industrial waste at the site (Traceability: monitoring waste tracking documents (BSDI), waste register, check-list for vehicles transporting hazardous goods). 
  • Gather the safety data sheets communicated by purchasing and/or the departments, approve new chemical products and draft product safety sheets for workstations. 
  • Update the list of authorized products. 
  • Conduct compliance audits for waste management and put forward improvement actions to reduce the environmental impact and associated costs 
  • Lead, in coordination with Human Resources, regular training sessions in occupational health and safety. 
  • Check, with works managers and representatives of external companies, risk prevention plans and drafted work permits, and ensure the recommended prevention measures are observed. 
  • Coordinate the implementation of fire prevention actions recommended by the insurance company. 
  • Participate in internal audits for environmental safety and update the associated indicators. 

Specific missions

  • Responsible for processing supplier quality incidents and coordinating the progress of action plans until completion (measuring efficiency, sharing between functions) 
  • Manage the calibration of inspection resources 
  • Complete the above 5 
  • Propose product/process capability to the Plant QHSE Manager 
  • Approve product/process capability
  • Responsibilities in terms of Quality Safety Environment Progress Use and follow processes, instruction sheets and appendices, and propose improvements. 
  • Adhere to and check the safety and environmental protection rules defined in the Safety and Environment section of SMART, ensuring they are complied with by all. 
  • Ensure equipment is compliant (building/production resources) in order to ensure the safety of property and persons.
  • Decide to cease any processes that are identified as being dangerous and detrimental to the safety of persons or to property, and in the event of current or imminent serious incidents or environmental disasters
  • Check that the holder is competent on the basis of appropriate education, training or experience if necessary, or define the individual development plan required
     

At Fast Switch, Our Purpose is Our People and Our Planet. We come to work each day and are reminded we are helping people find their success stories.  Isn’t that cool? Also, Doing the right thing is our mantra.  We act responsibly, give back to the communities we serve, and have fun a little fun along the way.

We at Fast Switch have been doing this for 22 years. We’re doing business in almost half the states in the union with offices in Detroit, MI, Columbus, OH, New York, Hartford, CT, Massachusetts, Minneapolis, MN, Los Angeles, CA, San Francisco, CA, and Tucson, AZ.

We're a financially strong, privately-held company that is 100% consultant and client focused.

We've differentiated ourselves by being fast, flexible, creative and honest. Throw out everything you've heard, seen, or felt about every other IT Consulting company. We do unique things, and we do them for Fortune 10 companies, Inc. 500 companies, and technology start-ups. We also have a strong belief in giving back to the communities we serve.

Our benefits are second to none and thanks to our flexible benefits options you can choose just the benefits that you need or want, options include:

• Medical and Dental (Fast Switch pays majority of the medical program)

• Vision

• Personal Time Off (PTO) Program

• Long Term Disability (100% paid)

• Life Insurance (100% paid)

• 401(k) with immediate vesting and 3% (of salary) dollar-for-dollar match

Plus, we have a lucrative employee referral program and an employee recognition culture.

In 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, Fast Switch was named one of the Top Work Places in Michigan by the Detroit Free Press and one of the Best Staffing Firms in 2016 and 2017. We have won the Columbus Business First “Fast 50” award 9 times in 12 years because of our strong growth which translates into more and better opportunities for our consulting staff members.

Ranked '#1' supplier by over 50% of our customers nationally.

Ranked 'Top 3' supplier by over 75% of our customers nationally.

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