Plant Laboratory Leader

Faurecia Interior Systems • Columbus, OH 43216

Posted 2 weeks ago

Job Description

Faurecia is an Equal Opportunity Employer

"Technical Perfection and automotive passion" is what defines Faurecia. We design, engineer and provide the best in technology, systems and services for automobile makers in every major market on all five continents. If you share our ambition for technical perfection and our passion for all things automotive, Faurecia has a career for you.

"Faurecia, a driving forcefor your professional growth."

Our Clean Mobility Division is looking for a Plant Laboratory Leader to be based at its location in Toledo, OH.

The Plant Laboratory Leader is responsible for coordinating all actions and activities for implementing and maintain the Quality Lab. The main responsibilities of the role are to:

* Ensure all lab test requests are prioritized and completed in a timely manner.

* Document test results and communicate them to the test requestor.

* Establish work instructions for all laboratory equipment.

* Manage team of Quality Tech's.

* Ensure the Quality Tech's performing the testing are qualified per the Polyvalence Chart.

* Evaluate the training effectiveness for each piece of equipment annually for all Quality Tech's.

* Train Quality Tech's on lab procedures and equipment to achieve 100% of Polyvalence target.

* Maintain color master library.

* Review production color concerns.

* Maintain AAR sample parts in a manner that they will not become damaged.

* Evaluate parts for submission to Ford PDC for color and gloss approval.

* Coordinate meetings when required to review color concerns.

* Maintain customer specific requirements for products.

* Ensure COA are received and filed as required.

* Manage Quality Tech backup personnel for vacation and absenteeism.

* Maintain 5S standards in the lab.

* Schedule and maintain calibration of equipment.

* Evaluate personnel annually for color acuity.

* Support commitments established in the ISO 14001 Environmental policy.

* Ensure personnel in assigned area(s) of responsibility conform to relevant HSE requirements.

* Support environmental programs to achieve objectives and targets.

* Perform all responsibilities with ISO TS16949/IATF system requirements

The ideal candidate will have/be:

* Bachelors degree in Engineering

* Minimum of two (2) years automotive/laboratory experience

* Strong analytical and team oriented problem solving-skills

* Communication and interpersonal skills

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