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Work at the forefront of automotive innovation with ZF,
one of the world’s leading automotive suppliers.

Supplier Development Engineer

Req ID 9330 Pančevo, Serbia

  

We are searching for a new colleague within our Supplier Development team!

 

Your tasks as Supplier Development Engineer:

 

  • Performance of advance quality planning of starting components for development and production of new customer projects
  • Conduction and/or coordination of supplier selection, assessment, nomination, development and approval for starting materials
  • Project coordination of APQP / Supplier Readiness / PPAP of starting components for customer project
  • Coordination with purchasing and the decentralized plant quality departments (worldwide) as well as cooperation with internal supplier management
  • Continuous monitoring and reporting of the quality performance of starting components

 

Your profile as Supplier Development Engineer:

 

  • Degree in Technical Field/Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Metallurgy, Industrial, Quality Control)
  • Preferable several years of working experience in Production, Materials Management, Quality Assurance/Control, Industrialization and Technology Development in automotive or similar industry
  • Knowledge of QM application and Quality tools; experience as QM Auditor (any ISO or VDA standard) is preferable
  • Experience in communication with suppliers / customers and coordination of interdisciplinary projects and project teams; willingness to develop career in Supplier Management, with scope of Automotive Quality Standards and Project Coordination
  • Willingness for international travel, fluent English language skills; German language skills are beneficial

 

Be part of our ZF team as Supplier Development Engineer and apply now!

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Sonja Sobot

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