BRP Sturtevant , WI 53177
FOCUS AREA QUALITY TECH
LIFE AT BRP
At BRP, we have a visceral connection to our consumers, one created from a shared passion for the Ultimate Ride. Our teams have a unique ability to develop market-shaping products and services that move people physically and emotionally.
Distributed throughout 107 countries, our product line-up includes Ski-Doo and Lynx snowmobiles, Sea-doo watercraft, side-by-side all terrain vehicles, Can-Am Spyder roadsters, Evinrude marine propulsion systems, marine propulsion systems and motors for Rotax karts, motorcycles, and small planes, as well as a full line-up of parts, accessories, and clothing.
Our 7 600 employees make up a big family of diverse cultures who all share a common value: innovation. Our people are passionate and qualified; by joining BRP, you will evolve at the heart of an experienced team that will welcome you with open arms.
Follow us on:
WHY JOIN THE TEAM?
Opportunity to work hands-on with our product.
Work in a fast-paced, Lean environment, with state-of-the-art design and manufacturing tools.
Work as part of a cross-functional team.
YOUR KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Represent Manufacturing Quality as part of a Manufacturing Focus Area Team.
Assist with new product development (NPD) process readiness and process audits for Focus Area.
Conduct gage repeatability and reproducibility (GRR) studies for Focus Area.
Assist with engineering change notice (ECN) process readiness and audits for Focus Area.
Assist with containment, problem analysis, and corrective action for Focus Area concerns.
Disposition scrap for Focus Area.
Conduct monthly torque audits for Focus Area.
Conduct monthly process audits for Focus Area.
Facilitate on-time calibration for Focus Area.
Complete assigned actions to support strategic initiatives.
YOUR QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
High school diploma or equivalent.
Two years college or technical school training or three years of quality technician experience in an assembly plant.
Demonstrated proficiency with mechanical inspection tools and techniques including: calipers, thread gages, micrometers, pin gages, and indicators.
Strong mechanical aptitude.
Proficiency in reading engineering drawings including Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (GD&T).
Proficiency in basic statistics and math including trigonometry.
Computer literate with knowledge of: MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint, ERP/MRP BOM systems, CAD.
Strong teamwork skills with ability to work with minimal supervision.
Willingness to learn and successfully apply additional skills and knowledge (pFMEA, 8D, Kepner-Tregoe Problem Analysis, Six Sigma, Lean Manufacturing, inspection techniques, product manuals, etc.).