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Supplier Quality Engineer

Supply Chain

Newark, CA      Full-Time

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Our Supplier Quality team enables the industrialization of innovative products in an extremely aggressive timeline. In this highly visible role, the Supplier Quality Engineer works together with Engineering, Manufacturing and our suppliers to develop ways to deliver challenging designs while at the same time not sacrificing manufacturing requirements for quality.
You must be able to guide upfront design development as well as roll up your sleeves with suppliers to create new manufacturing methods and control strategies to achieve ambitious specifications and ensure a flawless execution during launch.

The Role:

  • Guide Engineering development to select appropriate suppliers with the right qualifications to meet Atieva’s expectations and timeline
  • Lead design review and ensure manufacturing needs are considered in the design phase and that proper quality expectations are defined
  • Work with suppliers on all design technical elements and create new manufacturing techniques if necessary to meet design requirements
  • Develop, manage and improve the APQP (advanced product quality planning) process with suppliers from initial design stage through PPAP submission and the start of mass production
  • Develop quality plans, design test methods and gages, identify potential failure modes and process weaknesses and drive preventative actions
  • Perform supplier audits and site inspections; develop process improvement plans and drive implementation; monitor and maintain performance metrics
  • Investigate supplier quality issues to determine root cause, identify and implement corrective actions, drive long-term preventative actions
  • Support system assembly build, define incoming parts inspections procedure as needed, track build issues and drive suppliers for containment actions and long-term actions
  • Travel 25% on average, occasionally on short notice


  • High-volume manufacturing background required with experience in the area of placement
  • Ability to read and interpret schematics and drawings and an in-depth knowledge of quality standards and specifications in the area of placement
  • Excellent analytical abilities, technical writing ability and comprehensive understanding of quality toolbox (TS 16949, SPC, DOE, GD&T, etc.)
  • Certification preferred – American Society for Quality, Six Sigma Black Belt, etc.
  • Team player with strong interpersonal skills, hands-on and data driven, be able to adopt to the dynamic working environment, creative mindset in problem solving
  • BS in Engineering, MS preferred
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