CommScope, Inc. Quality Engineer in Brno, Czech Republic

General Summary:

The Quality Engineer is a member of a quality team, the role of which is to implement a unified approach to Quality in CommScope with the intent to deliver high quality products and services in a manner that meets the high standards held by CommScope.

The person has to be a champion of Quality to both internal and external clients. The person will be responsible for part of the quality systems.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Implements company requirements within local process and systems to comply with Quality Standards.

  • Monitors local QA processes to verify that the prescribed methods are being followed.

  • Participates on internal audit system to assure compliance to all corporate and local policies. As well as compliance with national and international standards and legislation.

  • Coordinates customer claim process (CFT – Cross Functional Team). Usage of 8D method and root cause analysis (5Why).

  • Coordinates supplier claim process (inter-entity).

  • Project management leadership.

  • Participates in CFT meeting in local and global improvements projects.

  • Participates on NPI (New Product Introduction) and PTP (Product Transfer Process) meeting.

  • Identifies opportunities for improvements.

  • Abnormality handling process.

  • Provides support with process documentation and metrics identification.

  • Develops and maintains effective relationship with employees through effective and timely communication.

  • Daily and weekly reports to Quality manager.

  • Participates on training of newcomers.

  • Participate son company training – personal quality.

  • Provides support and advice to less experienced colleagues especially regarding to working instruction and safety.

  • Keeps assign working place clean.

  • Follows safety rules and healthy rules.

  • Follows 5S standards.

  • Follows further request and instruction from Manager.

Other requirements:

  • Must be able to speak fluently both Czech/Slovak and English