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Quality TechnicianSterling Heights, Michigan
- React to any Health and Safety concerns in a timely manner with due diligence
- Help prepare and maintain all necessary Quality documentation.
- Develop, monitor and maintain schedules as required.
- Liaison with the Customer and Suppliers as necessary and assist in countermeasures, containment, and problem resolutions.
- Prepare presentations and reports as required (Scrap, defect, overtime).
- Supervise Quality Assurance Auditors and Quality Control auditors.
- Monitor, log and control engine and transmissions teardowns and returns.
- Create monthly and weekly quality plans as necessary
- Trend all defects and analyze daily to implement effective and irreversible corrective actions
- Promote and find ways to implement “In Station Quality”
- Ensure all schedules are maintained including audits, tool and equipment calibrations, training, improvements etc.
- Maintain inspection standards as required. Update inspection standards as per customer and internal demands
- Develop and maintain all Quality AOSs
- Educate Associates
- Verify backup tool torque verification's are completed
- Support and train inter-company personnel Primarily Quality and rework associates
- Working Conditions/Special Factors
- Working alone and with others
- High levels of stress and pressure
- Strong communication skills (read, write and speak)
- Ability to organize unorganized situations.
- Demonstrates ability to attain results by working with and through others.
- Problem analysis and resolution skills.
- Strong team player and self-starter.
- Excellent leadership and management skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to manage a variety of cross-functional team members
- Competent in problem solving, team building, planning and decision making
- Quality Technician/Control: 3 years (Preferred)