Continental Corporation Sensorics & Actuators : Application Engineer (Quality Engineering) in Icheon, South Korea
About Continental With sales of €39.2 billion in 2015, Continental is among the leading automotive suppliers worldwide and currently employs more than 215,000 employees in 55 countries. In the Powertrain Division we integrate innovative and efﬁcient powertrain system solutions from today and tomorrow for vehicles of all categories. Within the vision of Clean Power, our products make driving not only more affordable and environmentally friendly, but also more comfortable and enjoyable. We offer our customers a comprehensive selection of products ranging from gasoline and diesel injection systems, turbochargers, engine management and transmission control systems to sensors and actuators. Exhaust aftertreatment, fuel supply systems as well as systems and components for hybrid and electric drives complete our portfolio. There are two main impulses for the advancement of drive technologies: Firstly, active climate protection, in particular the reduction of CO2 emissions and exhaust gases. And secondly, the increasing need for individual mobility, which results in various requirements for vehicles and drive systems. The Powertrain Division has more than 35,400 employees working at 54 locations in 19 countries.
Auto req ID 66965BR
Job Title Sensorics & Actuators : Application Engineer (Quality Engineering)
Country South Korea
Posting Location Icheon
Responsible for customer quality requirements and quality targets
Coordinate customer quality related documents (PPAP/4M) and support for product development
Management customer quality complaints and field claim
Support customer audit and approval / Quality window for customer and HQ
Quality reporting for project quality status, 0-km, warranty to HQ
More than 3 years of work experience in related field
No limitation of overseas travel
Good command in English
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