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Product Analyzer I - night shift in Seguin, TX at Continental

Date Posted: 11/27/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Core Responsibilities
1. Performs analysis on product which has failed production testing or is returned by the customer.
2. Identifies and documents cause of failures through technical analysis.
3. Investigate production quality problems and their cause.
4. Provide technical assistance to QC Inspectors.
5. Analyze and determine the cause of out­going Q.C. defects.
6. Perform special product failure investigation (customer returns, etc.)
7. Assist Q.C. Engineering in trouble­shooting design and process related problems.
8. Assist in the analysis of product validation (PV) and pilot production run failures.
9. Work with Quality Assurance to resolve supplier test correlation issues.
10. Maintain and issue work instructions, PCA’s and quality alerts.
11. Perform/report on the results of production process audits.
12. Interface with customer representatives.
13. Specify appropriate repairs and/or production process solutions.
14. Identifies root cause and recommends/implements correction actions.
15. Provide feedback to production and/or engineering regarding the nature and cause of failures.
16. Provide both temporary and permanent problem solutions.
17. Assist with training other production technicians and test personnel to learn procedures and/or resolve problems.
18. Participate in a team problem solving activity.
19. Identification and resolution of issues affecting product yield
20. Tracking and resolution of nonconforming material (QN) / interface with Supplier Quality representatives
21. Engineering special projects

Basic Requirements:
Associate Degree in Electronics or equivalent combination of formal education, training and experience.
Ability to troubleshoot and repair electronic devices.

This position will be working on the night shift.

Preferred Qualifications:
1. Familiar with basic statistical operations, electronic circuits, components and test equipment and nomenclature.
2. Proficient in Micro Processor, analog and digital frequency.
3. Ability to troubleshoot electrical circuits to the component level applying knowledge of product function operation.
4. Ability to setup and use a variety of electrical test equipment and automated test stations.
5. Ability to use a personal computer and applications software (word-processing,
spreadsheet, graphics, etc.)
6. Ability to read and correctly interpret technical documentation such as process procedures, blueprints/schematic drawings, etc.
7. Effective interpersonal/communication skills includes communication with suppliers on equipment issues.
8. Highly motivated individual capable of working with limited supervision.Basic Requirements

Able to work extended hours 12 hour shifts (night or day)
Walk, stand, stoop, bend, lift, twist, turn
Read, write and speak English
Able to lift 28 lbs
Good interpersonal skills