Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Quality Technician is responsible for supporting the process of inspections and quality assurance in a manufacturing environment. This includes but is not limited to incoming inspection of consumables and raw material; inline inspection of production; final inspection of finished goods and packaging. In addition, this resource actively supports internal audits, documentation control, procedure development, process monitoring and control as well as continuous improvement activities.
- Physically inspect all incoming product and verify meets order requirements and specifications. Perform analytical tests and take samples as required for various products.
- Repackage and label product as needed and release into production or inventory control
- Identify and control nonconforming product and complete related documentation.
- Communicate activities on daily basis to include work performed, problems encountered and resolution.
- Assist in performance of audits of production, quality, equipment/tooling, and systems to assure compliance to documented procedures and customer specifications.
- Ensures that documents, records and samples are cataloged, archived and stored, readily accessible and in a suitable environment which minimizes chance of damage, deterioration or loss, including maintaining a Records Archive.
- Maintain calibration equipment.
- Identify gaps or deficiencies in quality management system and provide solution based suggestions utilizing data to facilitate improvements. Capable of supporting implementation of process monitoring, sampling and process auditing.
- Assist with corrective actions using problems solving tools and methodologies to assure closure of issues/events and prevent recurrence.
- Assist with training other personnel in quality systems and standards
- Promote a safe and healthy work environment by maintaining an organized and efficient work area.
- Maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and approved cleanroom protocol.
- Participates in promoting a company atmosphere that emphasizes quality, continuous improvement, and high performance.
- Other tasks as assigned by Supervisor.
- High School Diploma or GED with minimum of 3-5 years’ work experience in manufacturing quality role. Associates degree or higher with 1-3years’ experience in manufacturing quality role.
- Detailed oriented and well organized. Capable of performing and prioritizing quality operations in more than one quality functional area: Incoming, In-line monitors/audits, final inspections
- Must be proficient user in MS office applications. Knowledgeable in ERP systems (ie SAP), as well as quality monitoring and control systems.
- Experience working with microscopes, automated vision systems, calipers, gage blocks, mechanical tests etc.
- Must pass a BKGD check and Drug Test.
- Proven ability to work independently with minimal supervision and effectively manage time and priorities.
- A strong safety mind set, not only in work practices, but also in identifying issues and proposing corrective actions.
- Ability to work hours based on business and facility needs, which may include skewed schedules with work on weekends and holidays as required.
- Must be able to work in a team setting.
- Must be able to stand on their feet for up to 3 hours wearing a cleanroom gown and face mask for up to 3 hours at a time.
- Must be able to meet the physical requirement such as bending, lifting stretching pulling for handling product and materials.
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Schedule: Days- Monday through Friday
Pay: $19.50 DOE