Arrow Electronics Component Quality Engineer- Team Lead Peabody, MA in Boston, Massachusetts
Component Quality Engineer- Team Lead Peabody, MA
Inspects and assesses components to ensure components are not fraudulently altered or suspect counterfeit devices
Conducts a detailed component inspection to confirm form, fit and functionality of components.
Administration of various physical and electrical testing including (curve trace, XRF, X-Ray, Decapsulation, Heated solvents Testing, HP Microscopy etc.
Utilizes intuitive decision making to assess the components correctness and authenticity based upon completed testing.
Provides professional assessment (original, suspect counterfeit, used or fraudulently altered) of each lot inspected.
Delegates and assigns work to CQE Team
Analyzes performance and productivity of CQE Team
Assists in decision making process of final inspection of components originality and functionality
Suggests changes to various inspection processes and protocols to increase the performance of the CQE Team
Assists the department supervisor in the administration and scheduling of work in the group.
Ensure accuracy of database used by our customers and suppliers and enable its effectiveness by developing advance tools with data attributes.
Collect and generate parametric data for our authorized supplier's part numbers and categorize new data.
Generate cross-references: through the parametric data collection able to generate a pin for pin functionally equivalent replacement for parts.
Validate the accuracy of existing data: resolve customer issues related to the database, normalize and clean existing data.
Develop advanced tools working with data attributes.
Query data and run reports for advance applications and customer needs.
Requires knowledge and experience in own discipline; still acquiring higher level knowledge and skills
Builds knowledge of the organization, processes and customers
Solves a range of straightforward problems
Analyzes possible solutions using standard procedures
Receives a moderate level of guidance and direction
Experience / Education
Typically requires a 4 year degree and a minimum of 5 years of related experience; or an advanced degree without experience; or equivalent work experience.
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