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Automotive Quality Specialist
Working at an ultra-luxury automotive company, the Quality Specialist will analyse data from our high-profile customers, identify trends in vehicle quality, develop effective solutions, and present to all levels of management.
You will work with engineers, dealers, and suppliers from all over the world to ensure the ultimate customer experience. We are seeking a qualified individual for field quality reporting, analysis, and project management.
- Analyse warranty data and develop reports.
- Identify warranty cost reduction measures.
- Manage technical actions for field quality.
- Work with automotive suppliers.
- Promote dealer process improvements.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
- Technical background with knowledge of business processes.
- Data analysis experience.
- Understanding of customers trends, perceptions, needs and expectations.
- Knowledge of dealer warranty processes would be an advantage.
- Strong IT skills including Microsoft Office (Excel/ Power point) and SAP.
- Ability to cope in a high pressure, challenging environment.
- Proven experience of providing feedback to various levels of management and business area.
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.
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