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About the Role
The fleet quality manager will demonstrate leadership in developing and communicating quality related activities for the next generation of electric bike sharing products. In this role, the fleet quality manager will coordinate, direct and manage product quality throughout our operations in the in the fleet and end of life. The role utilizes experience or expertise to solve problems, develop and execute objectives for self and others, and drive short and long term product and process improvements. The fleet quality manager will lead to fleet failure investigation using maintenance and failure data to improve the availability of the fleet.
What You’ll Do
Lead efforts to reduce product failures and the cost of poor quality for electric bike-sharing operations
Lead new product introductions (NPI) activities by working closely with engineering team to review the part/assembly related to manufacturing requirements from the conceptual stage to mature production, ensuring that designs are modified where necessary to improve Design for Manufacturability (DFM) and Design for Assembly (DFA)
Lead supplier development activities using statistical process control to reduce supplier escapes, and improve cycle times and delivery performance
As a key technical owner, participate in design reviews to ensure product quality, manufacturability, reliability, ...etc. are implemented and executed
Establish standard work and performance metrics to drive operational excellence for supplier and field operations to support long-term business goals
Coach internal and external stakeholders on fundamentals of quality tools: (Root Cause Analysis, CAPA, 8D, DMAIC, PPAP, DoE, FMECA/ FMEA, Fault Tree, SPC, Lean and Six Sigma)
What You’ll Need
7+ years in the quality/reliability engineering in automotive or aerospace industries with exposure to entire product lifecycle
Six Sigma black belt certification
Experience in quality engineering, auditing, and development of a quality management system, including FMEA / FMECA, PPAP, Lean, Six Sigma, RCCA, SPC, reliability analysis and SQL coding
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, masters degree preferred
About the Team
JUMP is building the future of urban mobility: shared electric bikes that are the quickest, most enjoyable, and most empowering way to get around a city. Cheaper than most public transit and faster than cars in traffic, JUMP e-bikes radically improve local transportation. Founded in 2010, JUMP pioneered dockless bike share and has deployed more than 15,000 bikes in 6 countries. Our goal is to transform cities, making them more sustainable, equitable, and livable through electric mobility. Recently acquired by Uber, our next step is to scale what we’ve done 100x - and launch electric bike sharing systems in every major city, globally. To make this vision a reality we need to grow our team. We place tremendous value on our company’s roots and culture: a mix of ingenuity, controlled chaos, hard work, and sense of purpose. This is a great opportunity to join a small but rapidly growing team that is shaping the future of transportation.
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