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  • Quality Engineer

    Company
    Xenith, LLC
    Location
    US-MI-Detroit
  • Who We Are

    We are a team of designers and engineers, players and parents, dreamers and doers. We care about athletes’ success in sport and life, and are uncompromising when it comes to our protective gear’s design, fit, feel and performance. Every helmet we make achieves top safety ratings, so every athlete takes the field with the confidence to play at their best.

    Our athlete-centric philosophy doesn’t stop at safety. We design for needs that transcend protection, pushing the boundaries of fit, feel, comfort, durability, performance and style. We stay ahead of the game with a tireless work ethic and nonstop drive to innovate for football’s fast-changing landscape.

    What You'll Do/Need

    The Quality Engineer provides specialized technical services related to Xenith products to protect end users from experiencing product defects, cosmetic issues or order discrepancies. The Quality Engineer works closely with production personnel and technical support people on proactive and reactive quality activities, with Product Development personnel to commercialize new products and with certification authorities, suppliers and customers. 

     

    Responsibilities

    • Ensure helmet compliance with NOCSAE/SEI or other certification bodies.
    • Develop and maintain process instructions for assembly, paint and reconditioning.
    • Train team members as needed, monitor line-quality personnel and provide feedback to picking, assembly or shipping personnel.
    • Inspect and review products for conformance as they are received. Provide feedback to the suppliers and lead problem-resolution and supplier development activities, as needed.
    • Audit internal quality systems for compliance.
    • Maintain approved supplier list, audits of suppliers and ratings, and records used for regular feedback to management.
    • Prevent or resolve quality issues in a disciplined manner, using formal problem-solving techniques when required.
    • Assist team members in developing methods to prevent recurrence of any issues.
    • Make final determination of product ready to ship as “Acceptable.”
    • Participate in research and development projects.
    • Act as backup technician to do testing to NOCSAE and NAERA requirements.
    • Assist with other quality-related activities as needed.

    Requirements

    • Mechanical aptitude.
    • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or a technical discipline with emphasis on statistics. 
    • 2-3 years’ experience in product quality or materials testing. 
    • Willingness to work in a production environment.
    • A team-oriented, can-do attitude. 

    What’ll Make You Special

    • Flexibility.
    • A strong desire to produce only the highest quality products.
    • The ability to speak Spanish as well as English.

    What You'll Get

    • Excellent benefits package that includes a 401(k) match, dental and vision insurance, and much more
    • Opportunities to participate in professional development programs, including personal empowerment coaching, leadership training and ongoing personal growth training
    • Other incentives, contests and rewards, including chances to win trips, event tickets, cash prizes and more

    Why We’re Different

    Meet the anti-corporate culture of Xenith, where there’s no daunting hierarchy, “boss” is a four-letter word, and if you work hard, you’re the one who will reap the rewards, both personally and professionally. More than any other place you’ll work, we’re dedicated to honing your skills, helping you grow and making sure you have plenty of fun while you’re at it.

     

    Xenith is an equal opportunity employer.

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