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Quality Manager

Extensive Relocation Package!
Automotive Quality Manager wanted in the Huntington, WV area!
Our client is part of a global corporation that is a leader in multiple markets, most notably automotive. Due to increasing sales, this large manufacturing facility and tier-one supplier to the Big Three has experienced growth in recent years. To meet this rapidly increasing demand and to continue their role as a market leader, our client is looking to add a Quality Manager with automotive experience. New employees joining this team can look forward to extremely competitive benefits and 401k, as well as an extensive relocation package.
Responsibilities of the Quality Manager include:
Developing and implementing plant quality measures and objectives
Organizing and overseeing the plant Quality department
Ensuring TS 16949 compliance
Maintaining program to meet customer cost and quality standards
Requirements of the Quality Manager include:
A four year degree, preferably in Engineering
At least 5 years' experience as a Quality Engineer or Manager with a Tier-one supplier to the Big-Three
Strong knowledge of Statistical Process Control and formal automotive quality measures, including TS 16949 and ISO 14001
If you are interested in the Quality Manager position, please email your resume in Word format to email removed or call us directly at 614-760-5799 for a confidential discussion regarding your career search. Please visit www.omnione.com for additional career opportunities.


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