What Quality Engineering contributes to Cardinal Health
Quality Engineering is responsible for product and service quality planning, evaluation and control. Also, is the responsible for the Process and Product Validations.
Works cross-functionally in the development and implementation of prevention based methodologies used in design, manufacturer, test, sustainability and correction of products and services. Demonstrates understanding of quality philosophies, principles, systems, methods, tools, and standards. Demonstrates understanding of the audit process including types of audits, planning, preparation, execution, reporting results and follow-up. Develops and implements quality programs, including tracking, analyzing, reporting and problem solving. Plans, controls, and assures product and process quality in accordance with quality principles, which include planning processes, design control, material control, acceptance sampling and measurement systems. Demonstrates knowledge of reliability, maintainability, and risk management, including key terms and definitions, modeling, systems design, assessment tools and reporting. Applies problem solving and quality improvement tools and techniques, including, preventative and corrective actions and how to overcome barriers to quality improvements. Acquires and analyzes data using appropriate standard quantitative methods to facilitate process analysis and improvements. Demonstrate knowledge and expertise in product, process and software validations.
Qualifications Bachelor’sdegree in Industrial Engineering, orrelatedfield. 7+ years’ in manufacturing environment or related field. Fluent English.
What is expected of you and others at this level Manages department operations and supervises professional employees and/or business support staff Participates in the development of policies and procedures to achieve specific goals Ensures employees operate within guidelines Decisions have a short term impact on work processes, outcomes, and customers Interacts with subordinates, peer customers and suppliers at various management levels may interact with senior management Interactions normally involves resolution of issues related to operations and/or projects Gains consensus from various parties involved