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Quality Technician

Janesville, WI

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Remedy Intelligent Staffing is currently hiring for Quality Technician for our valued client in Janesville, WI. Apply today to be considered for this great Direct Hire opportunity!

Shift: 1st shift, 8am-4:30pm, Monday – Friday

Pay: $18.00-$25.00/hour depending on experience

Job Duties:

  • Perform hourly quality audits, first piece inspection for production runs
  • Gather relevant data and produce quality reports as directed by the Lead Quality Technician
  • Enforce and follow all quality system policies and procedures
  • Document all audit findings and communicate any non-conformances immediately to appropriate staff
  • Read blueprints and interpret complex 2D drawings
  • Read geometric dimensions and tolerance characteristics and symbols based on ANSI/?ASME practices
  • Verify all measuring equipment meets calibration standards and notify the Lead Quality Technician of any equipment requiring calibration
  • Provide basic quality training to machine operators and other production personnel to ensure that inspection activities comply with the relevant requirements of the quality management system
  • Assist senior management and the Lead Quality Technician with quality issues identified by customers; lead initiatives in corrective/? preventative action programs
  • Work with manufacturing staff to solve quality related problems
  • Participate in all continuous improvement efforts in all aspects of quality
  • Perform incoming inspection of materials and components as needed

Job Requirements

  • Two years of on-the-job experience in mechanical inspection or a related quality function in the plastics industry
  • A high-school diploma or GED is required
  • Basic proficiency with MS Office applications, MS Word and MS Excel preferred
  • Ability to work without direct supervision and the work ethic to consistently complete tasks in a timely manner
  • Basic knowledge of quality terms, definitions and concepts
  • Understands basic statistical terms and techniques, how to plot data and how to recognize out-of-control conditions when required
  • Basic understanding of Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) and the team concept for continuous improvement
  • Significant experience with various types of measurement and measurement terminology
  • Must be able to select the appropriate measuring tools and techniques
  • Ability to identify/recognize inspection errors and initiate resolution
  • Understand the concept of calibration and/or experience with gauge R&R
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints and know definitions of critical, major and minor characteristics
  • Ability to use inspection planning tools and perform a product audit; determine sample size for lots; pull random samples
  • Knowledge of general testing methods is required and knowledge of testing methods within injection molding or NSF/ASTM standards is preferred
  • Ability to identify and report nonconforming material
  • Understand traceability (product, material and calibration).
  • Strong knowledge of basic mathematical operations and perform measurement conversions; excellent cognitive skills, excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
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