Rock Family of Companies Quality Engineer in Detroit, Michigan
The Rock Family of Companies is made up of nearly 100 separate businesses spanning fintech, sports, entertainment, real estate, startups and more. We’re united by our culture – a drive to find a better way that fuels our commitment to our clients, our community and our team members. We believe in and build inclusive workplaces, where every voice is heard and diverse perspectives are welcomed. Working for a company in the Family is about more than just a job – it’s about having the opportunity to become the best version of yourself.
Maintain a team-oriented working environment that allows for individual differences and provide for individual growth
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, policies and procedure manuals and operating instructions
Ability to perform basic mathematical functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Strong computer skills
Strong communication skills, written and verbal
Ability to work well with people at all levels
Ability to read and understand CAD, and part specifications
Two (2) years’ experience in the Quality field
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) is required for all new hires in all positions
Post high school or secondary education in quality or related technical field preferred
2 years of practical experience in engineering, quality or a related field
2 or more years of Quality Engineer experience
Xenith is looking for an Inventory Analyst. This team member is on our Xenith Operations team. The Inventory Analyst assists the team to execute on all our production operations goals inside of the production facility. They utilize their communication and teamwork skill sets to meet production requirements and improve processes every day. They work closely with all production personnel and technical and quality support team members as needed.
Visit customer location to investigate customer issues; document findings of investigation at customer plant
Verify corrective action of customer complaints
Maintain and update control plans
Help develop and improve ISP procedures and work instructions for process control, corrective and preventive action, statistical techniques and control of non-conforming product
Coordinate parts for lab testing
Ensure the capability studies are performed and interpreted
Control Process Failure Mode Effects (PFMEA)
Interface with customer/suppliers as needed
Travel as needed
Handle advanced product quality planning (APQP)
Be responsible for safety and accident prevention
Adhere to all safety, health and environmental procedures, policies and practices, such as utilizing personal protective equipment and proper attire in keeping with safety standards
Comply with all procedures and work instructions relating to your job
Perform all other functions as required, including any work assignments relating to the efficient flow of work within the Xenith production facility
Work overtime as required
Who We Are
We are a team of designers and engineers, players and parents, dreamers and doers. We care about athletes’ success in sport and life, and we’re uncompromising when it comes to our protective gear’s design, fit, feel and performance. Every helmet we make achieves top safety ratings, so every athlete takes the field with the confidence to play at their best.
Our athlete-centric philosophy doesn’t stop at safety. We design for needs that transcend protection, pushing the boundaries of fit, feel, comfort, durability, performance and style. We stay ahead of the game with a tireless work ethic and nonstop drive to innovate for football’s fast-changing landscape.
This is an outline of the primary responsibilities of this position. As with everything in life, things change. The tasks and responsibilities can be changed, added to, removed, amended, deleted and modified at any time by the leadership group.
The Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer, and does not discriminate in any hiring or employment practices. The Company provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with state and federal law. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation in completing the application and/or participating in the employment application process should notify a representative of the Human Resources Team, The Pulse, at 1-800-411-JOBS.
The Rock Family of Companies uses world-class recruiting and talent management teams to help each member organization recruit the best and brightest. If you’re looking for the next step in your career, you’ve come to the right place.