Anderson - Production Quality Technician - 2nd shift - Legacy
Industrial Operations
Full Time
Anderson, Sc
1970-01-01

QUALITY TECHNICIAN 1 – (Customer Lab Production Floor)

SUMMARY
Monitors the Process and the Product during the shift against accepted plant quality standards.  Takes action to contain problems and works individually and as part of a team to improve the quality of the product and processes through problem solving.  This job is performed in all the departments of the plant as well as in the audit room, reliability and other areas.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 Performs product, process, and procedural audits in the assigned area against requirements using various measurement tools, gauges, and systems to ensure the quality of the process or product.  This can encompass dis-assembly and re-assembly of product to better evaluate function of the unit or components.
Able to determine root causes and immediate corrective actions to issues found in production, also able to lead a team through this process successfully
Collects and analyzes data to identify problems and provide information to allow for improvement
Completes projects related to complex, chronic quality problems (SCR, NRFT) that result in the implementation of preventive action. Involved in this includes determining the needed measurements and facilitating input from others to develop an action plan for resolution
Capable of developing a thorough knowledge of the function of the refrigerator and all of components, to provide input into quality decisions
Works with Supplier Quality and other applicable functions to initiate containment and corrective actions on supplier issues
Coordinates teams of employees involved in rework, in plant or off-site (including out of town)
Works independent of all other plant departments to ensure customer needs are met, and questionable product is contained, including finished goods containment in the warehouse
Provide timely and accurate communication to all levels of management concerning ongoing quality problems

KNOWLEDGE SKILL SET AND QUALIFICATIONS 
Strong ability to utilize standard hand-held gaging for measurements of products against design requirements
Math Skills, such as working in fractions, decimals in both US Standard and Metric units
Able to read and interpret drawings
Able to access and understand product and process literature including BOM, drawings, and, QMS documentation, and Product quality standards
Able to communicate and train associates on product and process requirements
Represents the customer in making decisions on non-established quality standards
Works with a sense of urgency when needed to contain and address a quality concern
Computer literate – able to work in Microsoft Office, AS400, ASI Datamyte, and other applications as needed

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Must have no written disciplinary action in the past 6 months
Must have less than 4.0 attendance points
High School Diploma
Standard QA Tech Test Required
Interview

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to operate computer keyboard and telephone.  The employee frequently is required to push carts full of material to appropriate stocking locations.  The employee is required to stand and lift materials to shelves for stocking.  The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, and ability to adjust focus.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

It is the policy of Electrolux North America, Inc. (‘ENA’) to select, develop and promote employees based on the individual's ability and job performance. It has been, and shall continue to be, the policy of ENA to provide Equal Employment Opportunity to all people in all aspects of the employer/employee relationship without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex/gender, national origin, citizenship, age (40 or older), disability (mental, physical or visual), genetic information, sexual orientation, status as a disabled veteran, veteran of the Vietnam era or as a member of the National Guard or Military Reserve, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local law. This policy affects decisions including, but not limited to, an employee's compensation, benefits, terms and conditions of employment, opportunities for promotion, training and development, transfer and other privileges of employment. It has been, and shall continue to be, the policy of ENA to maintain a working environment free of harassment and illegal intimidation. It is further the policy of ENA to comply with all applicable Federal, State, and Local statutes concerning Equal Employment Opportunity.

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