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Quality Technician III Abbeville, SC

Quality Technician III 11:30 p.m. – 7:30 a.m.

Job Summary:
Responsible for providing tactical direction to quality technician team members in order to successfully evaluate products to verify specifications are met. Performs other duties including communication, training and diversified quality control activities to ensure department targets are met. This position is a non-exempt position reporting to the Quality Manager.

Essential Functions:
Responsible for leading quality technicians in day to day activities to accomplish quality goals.
Performs final inspection of medical products and receiving inspection and release of raw materials used in the Medical Room.
Establishes and maintains document control for Med Room procedures and forms
Patrols manufacturing on a continuous basis to assure compliance to specifications.
Audits Certificates of Conformance from suppliers of raw materials received to assure they meet raw material specifications.
Audits all machines, molds and assembly lines to assure compliance to specifications including: 1st article inspections, critical measures, wire, set-up, color, hose dimensions and hose appearance.
Makes judgments regarding conformance, using visual measuring instruments and/or Quality Criteria sheets.
Performs audits, as required, of WIP or finished goods inventories to verify product conforms to requirements.
Prepares production capability samples, engineering or production samples for customer shipment.
Issues stop tags on non-conforming products to prevent shipment to customers. Copies manager and production planning on stop card issuance.

Secondary Duties:
Evaluates customer returns, performs cycle counts on color, vinyl, boxes, etc., as required.
Coordinates return of rejected materials to vendors.
Delivers gauge and measuring equipment for scheduled calibrations, as scheduled.
Sets up and performs capability studies and gauge repeatability and reproducibility studies.
Files first article inspection reports daily.
Maintains a clean and neat work area space in the lab.
Education: High school diploma required
Experience: 1 – 3 years preferred
Skills: Ability to use sophisticated measuring devices
Must be able to demonstrate computer competency including MS Office & Outlook
Good communication and decision making skills along with good math skills

Special Requirements:
Knowledge of products, materials and customer quality requirements.
Training in measurement and capability studies
Subject to manufacturing, lab & warehouse conditions