Función del empleo: Operations

Tipo de puesto: Permanent

Tipo de empleo: Full - Time

Localización: Piscataway, NJ

País: United States

L'Oréal USA

Quality Engineer | Piscataway, NJ

Position Overview

The Quality Engineer is responsible for the support of the Unit of Production (UP) and/or Contract Manufacturer (CM), regarding the technology transfer, control testing of packaging components, bulk, WIP, finished goods, and process improvements.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Partner with responsible stakeholders (Production, Packaging, Development, R&I, Supplier, Contract Manufacturer) to resolve Quality issues and provide input regarding corrective actions using problem solving tools.
  • Assist in continuous improvement of manufacturing operations to improve safety, quality, flow and efficiency through application of LEAN manufacturing principles.
  • Part of team evaluating industrial feasibility of launches through participation in line trials.
  • Responsible for writing operating procedures such as work instructions, and/or technical instructions.
  • Identify and resolve quality issues that arise in process, systems, methods or procedures used to produce components, WIP, or finished goods.
  • Co-ordination and investigation of customer and consumer complaints received by the plant.
  • Ability to analyze data, conduct trend analysis, and drive improvement actions.
  • Collaborate and share insight of Consumer’s feedback with new product launch team to make conception improvements.
  • Evaluation and follow-up of supplier and contract manufacturer quality performance
  • Perform routine audits within different areas of plant to ensure compliance to group quality system.
  • Carrying out training on quality processes and procedures
  • Coordinates implementation of quality improvement projects cross-functionally.


Educational or Certification Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field required.  Engineering discipline preferred

Previous Experience:

  • 2+ years experience in a manufacturing environment, with experience related to quality improvement or laboratory operations.

Additional Requirements:

  • Ability to learn and apply statistical processes and Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Basic math and statistics, as well as an Engineering approach to problem solving and strong training skills.
  • Utilization of Quality Charts, control methods and standards (including the use of gages, instruments, personal computers and SPC tools) to determine cause and effect in quality problem solving.
  • Technical report writing.
  • Knowledge of Quality Manual, Quality Procedures, area work instructions, and test methods. Working knowledge of ISO and GMP requirements.
  • Participate in the safety initiatives of the plant.
  • Ability to travel as needed.



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