FMEA Moderator, Engineering Center, Cluj
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- University Bachelor or Master Degree in Engineering
Minimum experience in the field:
- At least 2 years of experience
Experience of at least one below mentioned topic/field is necessary.
- Experience in process modeling (e.g. V-Cycle).
- Knowledge in Automotive Software development process.
- Knowledge of the FMEA method.
- Experience with requirements tracking systems (e.g. DOORS), software modeling and design tools and project tracking systems (e.g. JIRA)
- Efficient work style and good communication skills.
- High perseverance, initiative and attention to details.
- Strong problem-solving skills.
- Self-organized and able to estimate, prioritize and schedule own tasks.
- Target, process and quality orientation.
- Fluency in English required, German can be an advantage.
Nice to have:
Readiness for occasional training-related trips to Hungary or Germany.
- Performance-based bonus system
- Home office possibility & flexible working time
- Flexible benefits & services (such as lunch dis counts, sport discounts, medical services etc.)
- Recreational areas (library, (computer) games)
- 25 vacation days from the start
- An innovative environment within a young team
- The FMEA-Moderator is responsible for the methodical and formal correctness of the FMEA.
- Independent evaluation of product/process maturity and early escalation of risks in the Q-Organization.
- Support for the multidisciplinary project team to proactively identify, evaluate and mitigate the technical risks of products and processes by taking corrective measures as necessary.
- Planning, preparation and moderation of the FMEA according to the Bosch methodology and the applicable automotive standards.
- Coaching the FMEA team in method usage and tools, creation of evaluations and reports, support in assessment and presentation of results.
- Support for the Project Manager and the FMEA team to review and release the FMEA.
- Cooperation in System- and Design-FMEA and offer inputs to Process-FMEA.
- Accompanying quality assurance of internationally distributed projects.
- Participation in building an internationally active QA assurance.
- Monitoring of the project activities in terms of compliance with standards, directives and processes.