Quality Technician- M-F 3rd Shift Schedule

Position Summary
Ensures the quality of all processes, procedures, materials, processes rework and finished products. Also performs scheduled tasks as support for environmental and safety functions with additional responsibilities as assigned.

Position Responsibilities
Conduct daily quality inspections in all departments to audit the following:
Procedure compliance/documentation with ISO9001 quality systems.
In-process quality inspections, using established procedures.
Incoming inspection, including first piece inspection, verification of Supplier’s Certificates of Analysis, etc.
Validation of product quality conformance to specifications.
Complete ongoing Reliability Testing to ensure current products continue to meet product performance and/or formulation specs.
Provide disposition and segregation of rejected materials and/or products. Summarize data and provide appropriate reports. Maintains rework inventory. Provides samples and sample data.
Maintain calibration/verification records for all lab testing instrumentation and hand-held devices. Prepare test pipes (go-no go Gauges) for fit testing. Supply manufacturing with calibrated measuring and test equipment.
Provide organizational quality support by assisting with problem resolution on the shop floor which includes gathering information on any quality-related issues, conducting root cause analysis and providing resolution for non-conformities. Participate in manufacturing CIP meetings as the QA representative and in ongoing quality training of manufacturing and QA staff.
Maintain good housekeeping in lab, office and storage areas. Maintain and keep organized all QA files and documentation for easy reference and ISO9001 documentation compliance.
Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Experience
Good communication and organizational skills.
Computer literacy with Microsoft Office software applications.
Excellent problem-solving and analytical skills.
Basic understanding of quality concepts including variation, process control and root cause analysis.
Cooperative attitude toward co-workers and supervisors.
Knowledge of various equipment used in a laboratory (Fill machines, pallet jack, box knife, batch gun, mix tanks, drum mover, microscope, viscometer, Gas Chromatograph, and computer).

Education and Certification
High School Diploma required.
Associate’s Degree in a business, engineering or scientific course of study or equivalent experience in a manufacturing or laboratory environment preferred.

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