As a Quality Engineer at Hatch Stamping in Portland, TN, you will be a key contributor to our quality program by impacting our quality metrics and implementing continuous improvements. This is your opportunity to actively affect a quality system by working with a team comprised of individuals from the manufacturing floor all the way up to the executive management team. If you have the desire to actively contribute to our improved quality while working in an environment focused on engineered solutions, then please apply!
As our Quality Engineer based in Portland, TN, you will be responsible for assuring that quality-related documentation and policy is maintained and implemented in accordance to ISO-9001 while leading the quality program towards continuous improvement in productivity, value streams, and customer satisfaction. Essential to this position will be your experience coaching and educating employees and supervisors on quality concerns, working in cross-functional teams building rapport with all levels of employees, and interacting directly with the customer. These skills will aid you in your ability to determine quality metrics that impact key performance indicators and communicate the results of implementing improvements. Your high level of energy and desire to be a hands-on problem solver will allow you to greatly contribute to our team and advance your engineering career.
Hatch is recognized as a world class leader in the design and manufacturing of metal stampings and assemblies. Hatch specializes in design, prototype construction, progressive die construction, stampings and assemblies. Hatch is the automotive stamping and assembly benchmark for innovation, technology, quality, delivery and service. Capabilities include a wide range of progressive and transfer die technology with presses ranging from 100 to 1,200 ton. Hatch also provides a wide range of assembly capabilities which include laser welding, resistance welding, robotic mig welding, robotic and automated component assembly, tapping, staking and orbital peening.