Parker Plastics, Inc. Quality Control Technician in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin
A 30-year strong, manufacturing company
Focused on growth, efficiency, and continuous improvement as a company
Striving to provide opportunity, stability, & work-life balance for our employees
Temperature controlled production floor
401(k) with company match
Annual profit sharing
Paid Holidays immediately after hire date
Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance
Company-paid Short & Long-term Disability, AD&D, and Life Insurance
Position Summary (A Day in the Life)
The Quality Control Technician is responsible for performing routine inspections and audits by the means of visual and dimensional checks of the finished goods produced during the shift. This position will help monitor raw material defects; prepares defect reports to help continuously improve quality of supplied raw materials.
The Quality Assurance Technician will assist the shift supervisor in the training and overview of the bottle inspectors to insure proper bottle inspection, and packing methods of the daily production produced during the shift.
Ensures all finished goods meet or exceeds the customer expectations in quality and shipping requirements.
Helps production supervisors direct the shift activities regarding quality and training of all employees in the areas of quality control requirements, standards and procedures, and recognition of materials, which should be scrap vs, regrind.
Follow quality control methods to ensure that all employees can identify product for rejects, rework, etc. and to ensure that all customers receive product, which meet or exceed the customers’ standards.
Performs quality checks (visual or dimensional) of product to assure container’s meet or exceed customer requirements.
Notifies shift supervisor when bottles do not meet customer specification, ensures that non-conforming material controls are effectively used.
Conducts first article inspection, with appropriate documentation at start-up of production lines.
During quality checks, complete shift quality inspection reports.
Helps maintain quality specifications information regarding bottle drawings, pack patterns, packaging requirements, etc.
Help monitor raw material defects; prepares defect reports and submits to management to help continuously improve quality of supplied raw materials.
Help audit warehouse operations to ensure proper stacking and packing procedures to meet customer specifications.
Help assure GMP, AIB and/or SQF regulations are followed during shift.
Knowledge and/or willingness to learn the in-house inventory systems and general computer (PC) for all types of data entry, reports and internal communications.
Requires constant visual attention; ability to discern flaws in containers.
High-school diploma or equivalent required.
Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.
Growth Opportunities from here
From this position, many people will move into roles such as, Lead/Trainers, Supervisors, or Mechanics!
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