Ryan Kashubara: Three Facts About Quality Engineers

Ryan Kashubara began his career as a quality engineer with Epic Technologies, LLC. Ryan Kashubara studied industrial and systems engineering so that he could become a quality engineer and then a process engineer. Mr. Kashubara says that as a quality engineer, he “worked to ensure the integrity of the electronics and printed circuit boards assemblies that Epic manufactured.”

As he progressed in his career, he gained more responsibilities. “I led containment efforts on nonconforming material, inspected products for defects, managed returns for repair, and performed root cause analysis and corrective action implementation,” says Mr. Kashubara. He was responsible for creating control plan and failure mode effects analysis documentation for prototypes as well.

Quality engineers are professionals who are trained in product quality control. The engineers often have a background or education in quality engineering, process engineering, or industrial engineering. They study how to improve processes in order to ensure a better rate of quality control.

Quality engineers work in manufacturing plants and are responsible for the quality of their employers’ products. They implement and maintain quality standards in order to improve productivity, efficiency, and quality.

Quality Engineers strive to improve their company’s quality and production by discovering the root causes of inefficiencies and issues. Once the engineers discover an issue, they may work to develop a plan to correct and improve that issue. Mr. Kashubara worked as a quality engineer while he was with Epic Technologies, LLC. He used his education to improve quality and production. Ryan Kashubara enjoys the challenges of quality engineering and always looks forward to finding innovative ways to improve processes in an industrial setting.

Read more about Ryan Kashubara at Crunchbase: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/ryan-kashubara

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