Production Process/QC Engineer
We’re on the lookout for a Production Quality Engineer who’s ready to jump in at the deep end to supercharge our bike assembly process to ensure the highest quality for our riders. You’ll work with our Production Quality teams as well as our Supplier Quality Engineering (SQE) and Research and Development (R&D) teams to rewrite the rulebook on how bikes are made.
So what will be your roles and responsibilities? As our Production Quality Engineer you will be a walking encyclopaedia of all things VanMoof. You’ll know all about monitoring and sustaining front and back-end quality control in our bike assembly factory as well as supporting the R&D team and SQE team with design improvements.
Our ideal candidate is a natural born problem-solver with a creative flair and has a diverse range of experience when it comes to quality. Sounds like a perfect fit? Apply now.
What you’ll do:
You’ll troubleshoot mechanical, software and firmware features and provide feedback to stakeholders as well as notifying them about any potential issues.
You’ll collaborate with our Warranty Team to maintain the engineering issue database from customer claims.
You’ll support both the Research and Development team and the Supplier Quality Engineering team with design developments.
You’ll monitor and sustain front and back-end quality control in our bike assembly factory – this includes incoming quality control, in-process quality control, outgoing quality control and pre-dispatch inspection.
What you’ll bring:
You’ll have a bachelor’s degree in Engineering with a focus on either Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial or another technical discipline.
You’ll have a good understanding of the 7QC core tools for data collection and presentation.
You’ll have a basic understanding of IATF 16949 5 Core Tools (APQP, MSA, PPAP, SPC, and FMEA).
You’ll have experience working in cross-functioning team project deployment or mass production sustaining.
You’ll have strong knowledge of QC Principle (from IQC to OQC) and control plan deployment.
You have a good understanding of the English language, both written and spoken.
You’ll be responsible for up-to-date training – providing instructions for colleagues team-wide.
You have a basic understanding of how to operate MS Office software for reporting.
Extremely nice to have:
You have experience with PCBA and firmware debugging & troubleshooting.
You’ll have a clear and strong understanding of electronic bikes or regular bike manufacturing processes.
You have mechanical related processing knowledge from stamping, CNC, injection molding, or metal welding.
What you’ll get:
15 days paid holidays + 5 days paid sick leaves
Additional paid leaves for health examination, COVID vaccination, and moving house
No formal dress code
No makeup workday on Saturdays
Flexible working hours
Labor and Health Insurance which is 100 % covered by company
Group insurance including accident insurance
Annual health check-up
Laptop, screen, and software tools provided
Friday free lunch and beers
Special snacks, tasty coffee, (and lots of tea)
Staff bike discount
Free consultations for mental well-being
Weekly group yoga/core training class
We’re making it our mission to get the next billion on bikes. Truly city-proof, our rides shrink long commutes, scare off bike thieves, and amplify your pedal power. We’re riding the future together. Are you in?
Job descriptions are difficult to interpret. We understand you might not tick all of the boxes above. The truth is, we don’t either. If you feel excited about our upcoming challenges, we encourage you to apply now.