4. Supplier Product Quality Development Engineer - Shanghai

Fonction Contrôle qualité
Shanghai, Chine
Secteurs d'activité Electronique et Equipements électriques - Transports
Type de contrat CDI
Expérience requise 2 à 5 ans


  • Ensure a clear GO/NOGO of the FAI in a time frame defined and compatible with the job to perform

  • In charge of the colour status of the suppliers (to organize a monthly conf call on this purpose)

  • Perform the return of experience (REX) analysis with suppliers

  • Validate the Product/Process Quality Assurance Plan Definition

  • Check the product risk analysis (D-FMEA , P-FMEA or others)

  • Checks the right implementation of the risks analysis outputs (D-FMEA , P-FMEA or others)

  • List of Products/Process critical characteristics identified

  • Validate the sub-suppliers bought-out parts on Products/Process

  • Validate Product/Process control plan

  • Check that the design conformity files are available and validated by Engineering

  • Validate the product conformity to requirements

  • Qualify process through process audit and product control

  • Validate reinforced final inspection or Quality Wall (for red suppliers) 

  • Check first delivery performance Vs Targets and manage the action plan (8D) if any.

  • Feedback to SQD team when Supplier Development problem occurs.

  • Handover to SQA team when targets are reached.

  • Management of the project planning (Quality wise)

  • Follow an open Item list, to manage the follow-up and closure of action plan.

  • Manage warranty issues linked to suppliers in collaboration with Project warranty responsible.

Présentation de l'entreprise
Alstom has been present in China for almost 60 years. It is one of the first western companies, which started business in China, much earlier than the diplomatic relationship between China and France (1964). Alstom won its first railway project in 1958, supplying 25 locomotives to Baocheng Line, the first electrified railway in China. Since then, Alstom has been participating in a full range of railway projects in the country, including a complete range of rolling stocks (metro, high speed trains, locomotives and tramway), customised services, infrastructure, and signalling solutions.

To respond to the rapid development of the Chinese railway system, Alstom has had a long-standing commitment to serving Chinese national and urban rail transport markets with its efficient, reliable sustainable and “made in China” solutions. It has established six joint ventures in China to strengthen its localization.