Quality Inspection Technician
Perform appropriate online inspections to ensure product quality with customer view in mind. Support offline process auditing & product evaluations and sorting.
- Perform product inspections per Operation Standard / Appearance Limit Master Books and achieve 100% defect detection in own station. Inspections to include function, fit & finish of products with customer viewpoint in mind. Ensure products inspected are correct products per the build schedule (online) or order paperwork (offline orders).
- Support offline auditing and sorting when assigned (during offline rotations).
- Track & ensure feedback of current concerns found to CQG Sr. Technician and Production front line leadership.
- Confirm function & effectiveness of CQG equipment, fixtures & templates. Report concerns to CQG Sr. Technician of area.
- Complete daily repair & defect tracking reports. Ensure escalation of issues to CQG Sr. Technician and Production for patterns of 3 to 5 of same issue.
- Support minor correction / repairs at end of work cycle to minimize downtime to production line. Document on tracking sheet appropriately.
- Ensure safe work practices and parts handling are being followed. Wear PPE as required.
- Support 5-S activities.
- Eliminate downtime related to CQG process behind & slow decision.
- Review Operation Standards weekly, feed concerns with detail, process order & effectiveness to CQG Senior Technician of area. Ensure daily report formats are adequate and easy to use and record issues.
- May be required to assist in preparation, processing and answering of quality deficiency reports and help investigate issue, determine root cause and implement countermeasure.
- Provides technical guidance and effectively communicate interpretation of written instructions and procedures to other line associates to ensure quality standards are met at all stations. Be able to explain from customer’s viewpoint.
- May be required to use measuring equipment i.e., torque wrenches, rulers, and gauges.
- Participate in new product training and support development of new product operation standards and inspection “Best Practices” development.
- Support Top 5 repairs improvement initiatives and other Business Plan goals.
- Support improvements through Continuous Improvements & Kaizen submissions.
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- Minimum two years prior supervisory experience, preferably in manufacturing environment
- Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
- Ability to work independently with little or no supervision
- Environmental conditions –Open office environment and warehouse environment. May be exposed to moderate noise levels.
- Vocal Communication—Must be able to give concise directions and exchange ideas in a dynamic, often noisy work environment.
- Hearing Perception—Ability to recognize information at normal spoken levels and/or ability to receive detailed information through oral communications and/or make fine distinctions in sound.
- Sensory Utilization—Prepare and analyze written or computer data.
- Physical Activities—Required to stand, walk and sit. May occasionally reach with hands and arms. May be required to lift up to 50 lbs unassisted.