Quality Assurance Jobs

QA Standards In-Charge

Minimum ? Diploma/B. Tech in Mechanical Engineering

Training in quality management, GD&T, calibration techniques, systems viz, TS 16949, lean six sigma, 7QC tools, SPC/SQCAPQP, testing standards like ISO/IEC 17025, handling of high end, precision measuring instruments

Certified training for QA Standards In-charge Level 5 (programme aligned to ASC/Q 6305 released by Automotive Skills Development Council)

ASDCQC level 4 or minimum 5 years of experience in a quality function

The tasks a QA Standards In-Charge Level 5 is expected to perform include:

Maintaining the measurement system used for the inspection of manufactured products

Selecting standard instruments to be used for measurement

Designing and selecting the gauge/instrument used for inspection

Inspecting the gauges

Validating the gauges/instruments at PPAP phase

Performing R&R studies

Maintaining history/quality documentation

Maintaining an internal laboratory for conducting inspection and calibration

Knowledge of manufacturing process being followed for each product

Familiar with inspection checkpoints for products/CP

Knowledge of R&R and study procedures

Knowledge of fixtures/tools/gauges used for manufacturing processes

Familiar with measurement gauges, QC tools like MSA, SPC

Skilled in APQP procedures

Familiar with problem solving and analysis tools like, 8Ds, five why analysis etc.

Basic knowledge of requirements of PPAP-PFMEA, CP

Knowledge of requirements for TS 16949/QMS system followed

Familiar with dimension validation methods for products

Skilled in testing equipment operational knowledge

Knowledge of information system like SAP, ERP etc.

Training in information flow system/ERP like SAP depending on applicability in organization

Good co-ordination skills



Team worker

Analytical bend of mind

It is not a desk job

May or may not require supervising a team

Travelling is not applicable

Part-time and contractual jobs are not available

Work from home option is not available

Working hours

Working is 9 hours everyday for 6 days a week

Overtime and shift system maybe involved according to company norms

Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?No

One may develop pccupational hazards like back/neck pain

Health risks include exposure to a considerable amount of dust and equipment noise

For candidates with experience -INR25,000 toINR40,000 per month

(These figures are indicative and subject to change)

Overview of the Automotive Sector

The future of the auto industry depends on the positive sentiments and the demand for vehicles in the market. With the festival season coming up, the Indian auto sector will see a rise in demand which is expected to bring in major growth. An auto dealer survey by UBS suggested that the Indian auto industry, riding on trends like the upcoming festival season and decline in fuel price, will observe a 12 per cent y-o-y growth in FY15. Also, keeping up with international trends, there is expected to be a surge in the number of hybrid vehicles in the Indian auto sector in the years to come.

The demand for Quality Assurance Standards In-Charge will rise as more manufacturing units come up.

Mechanical assembly plants

Cities across India