Quality Engineer Team Lead
The Quality Engineer Team Leader (QETL) leads process improvement initiatives in our dynamic equipment manufacturing environments. The QETL works closely with Operations Managers/Supervisors, Product and Project Managers, Technology, Engineering, Sourcing Leaders and Service teams to ensure that Product releases are delivered on time and with the highest possible level of quality. The QETL is responsible for tracking test milestones to ensure that objectives are reached. The QETL trains, mentors, coaches, supervises, schedules, and monitors the activities of a team of inspectors & testers. The QETL is an active participant in the operations of the company's QA department, a great communicator, and a forward-thinking strategist.
The Quality Engineer Team Lead will: • Manage execution of assigned QA activities. • Ensure QA personnel are prioritizing and tracking defects and issues correctly and recommend corrective action where required. • Create and implement test plans for custom and standard equipment assemblies. • Implement testing policies, procedures and standards across products. • Manage QA full-time and temporary employee schedules as well as testers from third party vendors. • Adapt the testing strategy to meet the product’s roadmap. • Collaborate with a variety of internal and external users to acquire and exchange information on QA issues, processes, and best practices. • Assess risks early in the production pipeline, provide recommendations, and facilitate corrections for issue resolution and risk mitigation.
Requirements: • Demonstrated experience with Electronics or Power converter technology. • Demonstrated experience troubleshooting Electrical, Electronic equipment. • Demonstrated experience leading a team. • Have excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, recognizing and balancing priorities and identifying new methods to lead issue resolution • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment • Ability to innovate and assist in improving product quality and internal processes. • Study and comprehension of electrical diagrams, control loop diagrams, mechanical layout diagrams and process and instrumentation diagrams (P&ID).
Asset: • Medium-to-Advanced knowledge of the primary process: Power Supply Generation and Control • Experience using root cause analysis tools and Lean Manufacturing. • Familiarity and experience with ISO 9001 standards and industry standards such as CSA, UL, IEC, etc. • Familiarity with Cloud based applications. • Demonstrated experience with digitization initiatives. • Bilingual (French/English)
- Bachelor’s degree in Power Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Electronics Engineering.
- CQE considered an asset.
- Team Leader experience
- SAP use (transactions, reporting, etc..)
- Google Workspace, Office 365, or comparable cloud based office tools suite
We offer competitive compensation and benefits working in a dynamic environment with challenging projects and training provided to ensure your success.
We realize diverse teams make smarter decisions, deliver better results, and build stronger communities. We’re an organization that champions diversity and inclusion at every level and are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace!
Job Types: Permanent, Full-time
- Dental care
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision care
- 8 hour shift
- Day shift
- Monday to Friday
Ability to commute/relocate:
- Guelph, ON N1H 1G2: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)
- Lean manufacturing: 2 years (required)
- Management: 2 years (required)
- Power Conversion: 2 years (required)
Work Location: In person