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Senior Quality Systems Engineer

We are constantly looking to add to our core talent. If you are seeking a career that is challenging and rewarding, a work environment that is diverse and dynamic, look no further -- Haemonetics is your employer of choice. Summary: Responsible for developing and coordinating implementation of quality systems, procedures, test methods, problem definitions and resolutions for existing and new products, in compliance with QMS. Principal Responsibilities: o Conducts internal or external audits as assigned to ensure compliance to company quality system requirements. o Develops, reviews and challenges existing quality driven test systems and procedures to assure products meet intended use. o Insures that full range of black belt tools are used when appropriate for product and process changes in Braintree plan, particularly new products. o Key contributor in the design review of new or modified products. Challenge design assumptions to assure design intent manufacturability and customer acceptance levels are achieved and in compliance with Haemonetics SOPs and regulatory standards. o Leads product improvement projects and consults on supplier changes to ensure qualifications are met. o Leads teams/projects related to Complaint investigation, CAPA, cost reduction, and quality system excellence. Use of TQM tools including Six Sigma is required. o Maintains records to ensure compliance to GMP/ISO requirements. o May lead design review of new platforms and assures that appropriate tests are performed to achieve sigma level expectations for quality. o May maintain an active role in supplier and new business assessment and development. o May manage and lead CAPA program, implementing global CAPA policies. o Required to have specific product or process expertise to fit business needs181111111
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