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Title:  Supplier Quality Engineer

Department:  IoT and Infrastructure Quality Assurance Departmen

Shah Alam, MY

Job Function:  Quality Assurance

Position Overview:

The Supplier Quality Engineer is responsible for providing support of Supplier Quality Systems through identification and evaluation of key process metrics, verification of Renesas specific requirements, support of Quality and risk mitigation activities and continuous improvement. Additional responsibilities include serving as a regional liaison for subcontracted manufacturing operations providing support on Quality documentation and implementation of best-known-practices. Individual ensures that established manufacturing inspection, sampling and statistical process control procedures are followed. May assure compliance to in-house and/or external specifications and standards, such as ISO9001, ISO14001, IATF16949 and MIL-PRF-38535 requirements.


  • Liaison between regional subcontractors and Renesas
  • Manage quality excursions and drive for effective root cause solutions and preventive actions
  • Support Subcontractor process/material change process and site certification audit activities
  • Utilize statistical data analysis to identify key issues in process and recommend actions for improvement
  • Perform Supplier Quality assistance in the creation, establishment and installation of best-known practices
  • Manage process change notifications and reliability qualification planning

Minimum Qualification:

  1. BS in Electrical Engineering
  2. Minimum 5 years relevant experience in semiconductor manufacturing environment. Test product engineers are encouraged to apply.
  3. Ability to understand electrical test data, and relate the data to electrical schematics
  4. Strong data analysis skills and familiar with Statistical Tools (Datapower/ JMP)
  5. Experience in utilization of various problem solving methodologies (8D, 5-Why and fishbone analyses).
  6. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills when working with internal cross functional groups.