Quality Assurance Engineer

Company Name:
U. S. Steel
Major responsibilities of the Quality Assurance Engineer include: reviewing customer specifications, providing metallurgical technical support to operations management, identifying process changes for quality improvements and analysis of process and product data.
Quality Engineers also perform quality audits and manage the quality system. Familiarity with ISO 9001 and API Q1 quality system requirements is a plus.
Provide the producing facility with technical and quality systems support, including rejection analysis, and process improvement recommendations.
Apply education/technical experience and utilize problem solving and continuous improvement skills.
Provide technical service to internal customers in physical and metallurgical characteristics of process and products and quality control.
Develop and review various quality reports, conduct various quality meetings, perform daily audits to ensure operation is running within defined operation/quality parameters and procedures.
Technical degree required in metallurgical engineering, material science, chemical engineering, or mechanical engineering.
Bachelors degree in Metallurgical Engineering or Material Science preferred.
Two years experience in steel or heavy industrial manufacturing.
Skills in developing collaborative relationships to achieve results, analysis, continuous improvement and verbal and written technical communication.
Level and compensation based on experience.
U. S. Steel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability status.

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