Interfor U.S. Inc. Quality Control Supervisor - req5040 in Monticello, Arkansas
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Quality Control Supervisor, Monticello, Arkansas
Who We Are
Interfor is one of the largest and most diverse wood products companies in the world. We operate in four distinct regions including the US South, US Northwest, BC Coast, and BC Interior. Our Corporate Head Office is in Burnaby, BC and our US South Regional Office is in Peachtree City, GA.
What We Offer
Interfor is where excellence meets opportunity. We invest heavily in our people and operations and offer stable long-term development for people looking to join a growing organization. We have a commitment of building value in the communities we operate by supporting a healthy economy and environment.
It is an exciting time to be a part of Interfor where we are growing in exciting directions. Come be a part of our success.
We are currently recruiting for a Quality Control Supervisor for our sawmill in Monticello, AR. The Quality Control Supervisor will manage the lumber recovery and grade recovery performances of the site while ensuring the final product meets Interfor grade specifications and satisfies customer requirements. The Quality Control Supervisor will work closely with the management team to improve the profitability of the plant, and will manage and control the parameters and set-up of all optimized equipment.
What You'll Do
+ Maintain the highest standards with respect to safety at all times, leading by example and ensuring employees follow all policies, procedures, practices, and regulations.
+ Supervise all aspects of the quality control program at the facility.
+ Maintain and utilize all production optimization systems to maximize lumber values, grade, and recovery.
+ Oversee results of daily QC audit and surveys.
+ Oversee actions and follow-up on "Out-of-Spec" situations throughout the site.
+ Manage Product mix changes and optimization pricing with feedback from sales in monthly meetings.
+ Interface with inspectors from local grading agencies when they are on site.
+ Identify opportunities to improve lumber and grade recoveries.
+ Work closely with production and maintenance staff in resolving quality issues.
What You Offer
+ Minimum high school diploma and preferably post-secondary degree in a related field.
+ A minimum 3-5 years of experience in Quality Control.
+ Understanding of lumber manufacturing principles and processes considered a strong asset.
+ Experience in optimization technology.
+ Strong computer skillset with a proficiency with Microsoft Office.
+ Commitment to high Safety and Environmental Standards.
+ Detailed practical knowledge of lumber grading rules and practices.