This position is responsible for measuring, recording, and reporting the quality characteristics as documented in the Process Documentation Procedures (PDP). The handling of production, product, samples, gauges, and records must be done as per documented procedures that are consistent with Empire Precision Plastics’ Quality Policy.
Perform activities as documented in the Quality System and Work Instructions such as In-process inspection, final inspection and test, and rejecting nonconforming material
Verify calibration of gauges in use is clearly identified and are in calibration (not expired).
Provide status updates and any quality issues with other shift inspectors
Accurately document inspection results
Communicate any quality or process issues with supervisor
Review quality requirements with each operator at the beginning of the shift
Complete Inspection Status Worksheet
Follow company safety policies and special equipment safety practices
Assist other team members as needed to ensure production schedule is maintained.
Relieve operators for breaks and/or lunches as requested by shift supervisor.
Perform other duties as assigned
Perform Receiving Inspection
A minimum of two years’ experience in a similar role desired
Must be proficient in the use of measuring equipment such as SmartScope, micrometers, calipers, height gauges, optical comparators, etc.
Experience with SPC Charts
Good decision making and problem solving skills
Basic math skills required
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Basic Blue Print Reading
Strong attention to detail
Advanced knowledge of Inspection and test equipment
General Injection Molding knowledge preferred
Filemaker and IQMS experience a plus
Ability to work overtime, including extended days and/or weekends as needed
Quality Assurance Manager
Lifting: About 3 hours per day, normally less than 25 lbs. standing: 8 hours per day