Brunk Industries, Inc., a globally recognized industry leader specializing in high precision metal components for the Medical device industry, as well as other high-tech applications, is currently seeking a Quality Metrology Engineer. Brunk offers a competitive salary, benefits and an innovating and growing culture.
Manage, develop, and approve development of incoming, raw material, all process, final inspection testing, and documentation responsibilities in accordance to Brunk Quality System to ensure that all components meet specifications.
Complete documented training and fully understand all SOPs/WIs that apply to the Engineer duties.
Develop and initiate standards and methods for inspection and testing. Automate inspection process using OGP Measuremind 3D and Zone 3 software’s.
Develop/Manage IQ/OQ/PQ protocols from customer specification to meet customer, company and QMS requirements.
Perform and analyze capability studies, GR&R’s, FAI reports on products in development phase.
Work with Manufacturing Engineering and Operations to update and maintain Process Flows, Process Control Plan and FMEA.
Work with Design Engineering for simulating manufacturing processes using commercially available Finite Element Analysis software and analyze output results.
Design and 3D print testing fixtures utilizing CAD software.
Provide training and mentoring of quality functions.
Manage and/or coordinate process troubleshooting and/or improvement activities.
Promote teamwork and effective communication within the department as well as peers and management.
Follow all safety procedures and regulations, Maintain a clean and organized work area.
Advanced knowledge of high volume precision metal stamping process and metal finishing processes.
Experience with Solid Mechanics, Mechanics of Materials and Finite Element Analysis.
Advanced knowledge and ability to interpret blueprint/drawing.
Advanced knowledge and ability to interpret GD&T.
Advanced knowledge and ability to interpret SPC using advanced statistics in JMP and Minitab.
Advanced knowledge and ability to interpret internal, customer, federal, and international specifications.
Advanced knowledge of micrometers, calipers and indicators, comparators.
Advanced knowledge of CMM’s, automated vision systems/OGP, surface analysis, and force testers.
Advanced knowledge of CAD and CAE using commercially available software, preferably SOLIDWORKS.
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel and an ERP system.
Excellent communication skills, work independently while maintaining a team environment.
Minimum educational requirements listed below may be substituted by relevant experience, learned competencies and/or certifications obtained throughout one’s career.
4 year degree in Engineering or equivalent work experience is required.
Minimum 7 years quality experience in a manufacturing setting and medical device component manufacturing is desired.
ISO 13485 or equivalent experience desired.
ASQ Certified Quality Engineer desired.
Master’s degree in related engineering field is desired.
Office, some work in manufacturing setting with noise, grinding, dust and residue. Light lifting (30 lbs. or less).
Please complete an application or submit your resume, including salary history.
Brunk Industries, Inc. Attn: Human Resources, 1225 Sage Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147
Fax: (262) 249-2479
About Brunk Industries, Inc.
Brunk is your world class, full service source for the contract manufacture of micro-precision component stampings, assemblies, and class-critical devices. Founded in 1960, Brunk has continuously grown as a leader in the precision metal manufacturing industry. We produce low to high volume, micro-precision light gauge metal stampings and assemblies employing innovative design solutions, state-of-the-art presses, and automated assembly equipment. At Brunk we transform costly machined components into higher quality, precision metal stampings at a fraction of the cost.