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Quality Control Supervisor

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WorkStaff USA Staffing Agency
Supervise the daily operations of the Quality Control personnel monitoring catalyst production.
Principal Accountabilities
Supervise Quality Control personnel (Inspectors and Technicians) and test equipment to meet production schedules and shipment schedules.
Assure the quality of all catalytic converters produced satisfies customer requirements.
Train and motivate subordinates in order to maintain efficiency and effective quality control of the manufacturing process.
Establish goals and objectives for technician positions.
Organize and coordinate testing of sample group testing on a daily basis.
Execute special assignments.
Coordinate inventories.
Initiate, revise and maintain quality documentation, procedures, manuals and specifications.
Implement and coordinate quality development and improvements.
Implement changes to improve health and safety.
Supervises and sets objectives for shift staff with regard to QC activities. Assigns, monitors, and reviews work progress and accuracy. Performs QC Technician duties as necessary.
Provides input into subordinates performance reviews, and conducts performance reviews in a timely manner.
Ensures test procedures and operations are compliant with the requirements of the TS standard.
Manage costs to ensure effective resource use.
Comply with all environmental & health and safety federal, state, local regulations and company policies.
Knowledge, Skills, and Educational Requirements
BS in Chemistry or an Engineering Field with 3-5 years or Associates Degree with 6-8 years with experience working a lab environment.
Supervisory or leadership role a plus.
Knowledgeable in the areas of chemical analysis, quality systems and manufacturing processes.
Knowledge of cost accounting and product development techniques.
Excellent written and communications skills.
Self-motivated and able to demonstrate the ability to work on an independent basis.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (ie: Excel, Word, Powerpoint).

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