Production Quality Auditor
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Production Quality auditor will play a vital role for ensuring organizations produce products in accordance with industry standards,typically by identifying the quality standards relevant to the organization and evaluate how well the organization is meeting those standards. This may involve reviewing documentation, conducting interviews, observing operations, etc.
Review and assess the existing production procedures to ensure that it meets company standards for quality and accuracy.
Formulate & implement testing parameters for product testing to comply with industry quality standards.
Identify, estimate and correct deviations and defects in the quality system process.
Write assessment to record the number of incidents and where problem areas were identified including recommendations to improve processes to avoid further defects.
Coaching employees on quality standards and procedures.
Developing and implementing daily or weekly quality control audit plans.
Keep a track on current industrial quality standards and implement the same within the organization.
Conduct research on potential risks or issues that could impact the company in the future.
Conduct training sessions with the engineering team on product quality control methods.
Enhance product quality so as to achieve better performance for customers.
Education: Master's/Bachelor' degree in CSE/ EEE/ECE.
Experience: 1-2 years of experience as a quality auditor in the IT-Hardware industry.
Age: Minimum 18 Years to Maximum 35 Years.
Solid understanding of basic IT Hardware production process.
Excellent leadership and communication skills.
Working knowledge of O.E.M
Should Understand Quality Metrics and be able to perform audits.
Understanding of operations reports & MIS.
Data-driven with strong analytical skills..
Immediate Joiners are preferred.
Salary - Best in the Industry.
Incentive - Best in the Industry.
Medical Policy for the Candidate Family.
Current India is walking towards Atmanirbhar Bharat, and the Government of India has taken a huge initiative at the policy-making level to make it happen by releasing the Vision Document on Electronics Manufacturing Roadmap to make India a powerhouse to reach USD 300Bn in electronics manufacturing by 2026 from a current USD 75Bn.
Make in India (MII) is one such subset Initiative where the Government of India has asked all Government Departments (55,000 in GeM) to buy only Make In India IT Hardware products (where local content is 51% or Class 1 Supplier) this has opened the doors for many Indian brands like RDP to take part in nations mission by manufacturing most affordable high quality make in India IT Hardware products from India to the World by becoming Local Champions.
PLI (Production Linked Incentives) is also a special incentive by the Government of India to local manufacturers to be competitive in the global markets.