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17 January 2017

FCA US LLC Customer Specific Requirements for ISO/TS 16949:2009 - dated January 17, 2017

09 January 2017

IAOB is currently seeking a qualified candidate who is interested in becoming an IATF witness auditor and salaried employee of the IAOB.  The candidate must have at least four (4) years practical experience working in manufacturing, be an active third party ISO/TS 16949 auditor, be a citizen of the United States (or have a valid VISA to work in the United States), and preferably have certification body management experience (including internal witness auditor, internal system auditor and/or Veto Power decision making authority).  The candidate is required to work out of the IAOB office in Southfield, Michigan.

The IAOB offers a competitive salary and benefit package and is willing to pay partial relocation expenses for the candidate to be within a commutable distance to the IAOB office in Southfield, Michigan. 

To apply, please read the job posting information sheet provided in the link below and if you meet all of the criteria, send your resume or CV, including salary requirements directly to Michelle Maxwell (mmaxwell@iaob.org).   

The deadline for apply for the job opportunity is January 20, 2017

IAOB Job Posting

15 December 2016

General Motors is now requiring certification bodies to enter the manufacturing DUNS number (i.e. supplier code) into the IATF Database for any supplier shipping directly to GM Components Holding (GM CH).   GM CH is a subsidiary of General Motors.  This change will help the GM GQTS system recognize the supplier as having a valid certificate to ISO/TS 16949 (or the new IATF 16949).  GM has updated their Quick Reference Guide for this change – see below

GM OEM Quick Reference Guide

22 November 2016

The IATF 16949 Transition Strategy has been updated to include changes to the audit team requirements. (see page 7 and FAQ 11 on Page 13) in the document below.

IATF Transition Strategy Rev2

01 November 2016

The updated Rules for achieving and maintaining IATF recognition, 5th Edition, dated 1st November 2016, is available for purchase from the IATF National Associations.  Rules 5th edition is effective 1st January 2017.  Rules 5th is to be used 1st January 2017 regardless of whether a client/supplier is certified to ISO/TS 16949:2009 or the new IATF 16949:2016 automotive quality management system standard.