Kenosha, WI 53144 United States of America
The Quality Inspection conducts and oversees the inspection of all raw materials, manufactured parts/components, and finished goods to ensure compliance with all contract specifications and quality program requirements according to Company and ISO standards. The Quality Inspection Lead receives general work assignments under limited supervision and resolves most problems independently. Although their work is subject to additional inspection, the Quality Inspection Lead generally oversees the final check on incoming items, work-in-process (WIP), and finished goods. As such, this individual has the authority to quarantine or stop the manufacture or shipment of nonconforming materials, parts, or finished pieces. The Quality Inspection Lead is also expected to be an active participant in support of the Company’s Six Sigma activities and adhere to its principles.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following with other duties assigned as necessary:
Analyses inspection jobs and directs or assigns work as necessary. .
· Assist with the identification and development of required procedures and processes related to
· the Quality Management System.
· Participates and aids in cross-training program for quality and inspection technicians as needed.
Reviews work orders (written or verbal) and determines specific inspection requirements/needs.
Identifies, quarantines, and documents non-conforming parts or materials detected during incoming, WIP, or final inspection activities. Works directly with suppliers for replacements/refunds, and issues corrective actions (as needed).
Prepares and processes inspection documents (packets, radiator id tags, etc.) for products.
Conducts final inspection or audit of finished goods and ship-loose components to ensure conformance with order.
Oversees maintaining all inspection records relating to individual inspection activities.
Makes recommendations to management for ordering, product, or other changes in accordance with Company and customer requirements and specifications.
Ensures that all assigned areas and equipment meet 6S standards.
Oversee customer PPAP requests.
Oversee operations tool calibration program.
Assist in internal ISO 9001:2015 audit program.
Understand and operate Romer/CMM operations.
Participate in team meetings as required (safety, problem-solving, employee events, etc.)Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.
Maximum lifting requirement (pounds): 75 (infrequently, assisted lifting)
Working at heights off the ground up to: 25 feet.
Exposure to: Fumes, airborne particles, wet/humid (non-weather) conditions, toxic/caustic chemicals, moving mechanical parts/equipment, inclement weather conditions.
3 or more years’ experience with quality systems, as well as contractual quality and ISO requirements; ability to read blueprints/receiving documents
Familiarity with statistical process control (SPC) and similar techniques.
Must have effective PC skills to include MS Office software such as Excel, Word and Outlook.
Experiential: 3 or more years of inspection/Quality Control or related manufacturing experience. Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) with PC-DMIS experience is strongly preferred. Experience with PPAPs (Production Part Approval Process) strongly preferred.
Educational: An associate degree in manufacturing or related technical area is desirable.
Certificates, Licenses, etc.: ASQ certification is highly desirable; forklift operator certification is desirable. A driver’s license is required.