Position Title: Quality Technician,
Pay Status: Hourly
Department: Operational Quality
Supervised by: Manufacturing Manager / Plant Manager
Performs inspections using standardized methods
Performs incoming, in-process and final inspection of components, documents, service parts and finished devices
Collects/Gathers inspection results data into tracking systems
Performs quality data analysis and presents key performance metrics to leadership monthly and quarterly
Maintains calibration system and perform calibration duties, such as:
Calibrating manufacturing and QA/QC equipment per schedule
Coordinating with outside vendors for external calibrations and repairs
Reviewing all calibration documentation for completeness and accuracy
Maintains all quality records (Training, Drawings, Procedures, Work Instructions and Device History Records)
Maintains plant training matrix, coordinating plant training on all quality topics
Maintenance of audit checklists and production records to ensure they record verification of critical to quality attributes
Leads weekly MRB meetings for nonconforming material
Assists in investigations of customer complaints to determine root cause and completes investigation work-flow
Strict compliance to Quality Systems standards.
Complies with Good Documentation Practices.
Adheres to all safety policies and contributes to the achievement of safety goals & objectives.
Provides ideas and actively participates in the implementation of written suggestions for continuous improvement.
Effectively utilizes time, energy and resources to meet delivery goals.
Maintains housekeeping standards in accordance with 5 S principles.
Complete all required training applicable to assigned position.
Exhibit positivity, flexibility, creativity, and a willingness to take on new responsibilities as requested or required.
High School graduate or equivalent.
2 – 3 years of previous experience in a quality related function within a manufacturing environment.
Ability to calculate mathematical equations such as arithmetic, fractions, algebra, statistics, and geometry.
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Demonstrated understanding of problem-solving techniques.
Ability to read and understand blue prints, bill of material, drawings, specifications, and instructions.
Ability to use basic measuring equipment.
Strong computer skills with demonstrated computer competency with Microsoft Office Suite, ability to run reports, and analyze data.
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment.
Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Must have thorough understanding of Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) and ISO 13485.
Must have physical ability and manual dexterity necessary to perform the duties pertaining to job.
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer –M/F/Disabled/Vet
Elyria, Ohio, United States