STOP is looking for a senior regulatory and quality engineer to manage the manufacturing quality system and also take the lead in ensuring regulatory compliance for our range of innovative products used by federal, state and local agencies within the USA and internationally
Participates in new product development and coordinates the formulation of test plans and regulatory requirements
Develop and initiate regulatory project plans and strategies
Prepare documentation to support regulatory submissions
Work Closely with Third Party test labs, TCB’s and Notified body to support regulatory approvals
Respond to global regulatory questions
Maintain regulatory files in a format consistent with current requirements.
Maintain and update existing regulatory authorizations
Provide technical support to Quality, Engineering, and Manufacturing regarding product and process inspection, process controls, and statistical data gathering and analysis.
Set up, develop, and continuously improve inspection systems and manufacturing techniques through auditing, root-cause analysis, corrective actions, and SPC..
Maintain documentation of the quality system and all related activities.
Analyze quality trends and participate in process improvement activities.
Assist in project management and in some cases, take project leads
Knowledge of regulatory approvals including FCC, IC, Safety & CE, specifically with regard to RF radio, low power devices, SAR and wireless communications.
Minimum Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
Electronics process manufacturing experience and/or training preferred.
Knowledge and understanding of IPC-A-610 & ISO-9001:2015
Capable of reading detailed drawings and schematics
Apply logical thinking to daily responsibilities
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines
Detail oriented and organizational skills
Able to work under own initiative
It is the Company’s policy to provide equal employment opportunity to all individuals. Securus will not discriminate against any associate or qualified job applicant with respect to any terms, privileges, or conditions of employment because of that person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic or status protected under local, state or federal law, ordinance or regulation.