Job Detail Ref - #26230

Japanese Bilingual Quality Assurance Engineer I (QA)

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Job Description

We are currently seeking an experienced Japanese bilingual Quality Assurance (QA) candidate for the a chemical semiconductor material manufacturer in Hillsboro, OR. The ideal candidate would have a minimum of 2+ years experience working in a related role and industry. Candidate must be fluent in both Japanese and English. Knowledge and experience in ISO 9000 or a similar quality management system.

Position: Quality Assurance Engineer I

Industry: Semiconductor & Chemical Materials Manufacturer

Location: Hillsboro, OR

Languages: Japanese and English a must

Pay: $65-80k+ (Depending on your experience)

Status: Full time + Excellent benefits


  • B.S. in Chemical Engineering or equivalent education
  • Minimum of 2+ years of experience in a Quality Assurance role
  • Knowledge of ISO 9000, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, or similar quality management systems
  • Knowledge of statistical techniques such as Statistical Process Control for manufacturing process improvement and JMP application for data analysis.
  • Knowledge of measurement precision / capability analysis techniques such as gauge R&R.
  • Good communication skills in English (read/write/speak required), and Japanese (speak required, read/write a plus)

Job Duties:

  • Adhere to corporate/state/federal regulation and guidelines when handling or exposed to hazardous materials. Follow company SOP (standard operating procedures) including use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Identify and investigate quality related issues (including those from customer complaints), then respond, implement, and verify corrective action with a focus on preventing the recurrence of said issue
  • Support Failure Mode and Effect Analysis as needed.
  • Support production improvements by utilizing SPC techniques and tools such as JMP.
  • Improve the manufacturing process by reducing manufacturing costs, improve quality, and promote safety

Candidate must be authorized to work in the United States