Quality Engineer I
About the Job
Overview At Air Manufacturing Innovation (Air MI), we deliver on Nike's most daring dream: giving every athlete the unparalleled sensation of walking on air. Since Nike introduced the Air sole in 1979, no technology has become more synonymous with Nike than Air. Our teams engineer, make and perfect Nike's most advanced footwear components. Masters of teamwork, we challenge assumptions in order to get faster, drive efficiency and fine-tune technology to deliver quality performance plastic. At our state-of-the-art facilities located in Beaverton, Oregon and St. Charles, Missouri, Air MI is taking Air to places that we never thought possible. Learn more about Nike Air Manufacturing Innovation .
Success Profile Think you fit the mold? These are the skills we're looking for to join this world-class team:
- Team Player
- socially conscious
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As our Quality Excellence Engineer I, you will provide daily support on the manufacturing plant floor with any Quality-related issues of Nike Air Products. You will work with cross functional teams to support validation and qualification of production equipment by ensuring Quality lab and inline tests are completed and analyzed. You will apply knowledge of Quality systems and data analysis, including DOE's, to drive business decisions and process improvements. You will support the metrology requirements, Quality documentation, and any new product development projects for your platform. In addition, you will lead investigations of defects and other reported problems within your platform to determine the root cause and material impacted, then work with cross functional teams to implement corrective action as needed.
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related field or 6 years of related work experience in lieu of a degree
- Demonstrated application of problem solving, quality planning and quality systems is a plus
- Ability to visually evaluate materials from a distance range of 12 inches to 6 feet and lift up to 35 pounds
- Time on the manufacturing floor can vary, up to 100%, depending on the needs of the business.
- Previous experience with InfinityQS Statistical Process Control (SPC) software, Microsoft Project, or related project management software is preferred
- Experience with JMP or similar statistical analysis software preferred
- Knowledge of LEAN Manufacturing techniques/principles and implementation is strongly preferred
- Experience with an ISO9000 organization, manufacturing plastics and/or polyurethane is preferred
- Experience with thermoforming, injection molding, and RF technologies are a plus