Quality Control Technician

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  • Location:

    Dracut, United States

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  • Contact:

    Bob Giusti

  • Published:

    over 2 years ago

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Quality Control Technician


Essential Job Duties:

  • Perform non-routine visual, mechanical, functional, dimensional or electrical inspection of a variety of products during assembly through final systems assembly
  • May work with customer Engineers and suppliers to ensure Quality specifications are met
  • Responsible for the inspection of production and R&D/prototype in-process work orders
  • Inspect all product and assemblies to Dakota standards and customer expectations
  • Use a wide variety of test instruments and equipment to measure values and record functional operation of components; make recommendations for improving processes
  • Responsible for MRB process which includes holding weekly MRB meetings with the MRB log up-to-date with accurate information
  • Maintain integrity and consistency during the inspection of all product
  • Maintain continuous communication regarding Quality between all departments
  • Provide continuous feed back to production as to adherence to workmanship standards
  • Escalate Quality issues to meet customer satisfaction
  • Creates discrepancy reports as required
  • Responsible for all equipment calibration functions
  • Ensure that all Quality equipment is under calibration control as required
  • Function as the ‘gate’ for all product leaving the facility rejecting all non-conforming product
  • Read and understand engineering drawings, specifications and inspection instructions
  • Use standard mechanical and electrical instruments, functional gauges and test fixtures, etc.
  • Good computer skills in a windows environment, MRP/ERP systems; MS Office

Educational and Experience Requirements:

  • High School Diploma
  • 1+ years related experience in QC manufacturing environment
  • Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and ISO process controls preferred
  • Knowledge of Inventory Control Practices helpful