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Quality Assurance Technician

Company Name:
Koch Davis
The Quality Assurance Technician position covers the following duties and responsibilities:
- Complete certificates of analysis and certificates of compliance as required by the clients.
- Check and review specifications as required.
- Keep in touch with the prior shift (operators, inspectors and packers) in order to find out about any existing and potential changes and problems.
- Check and review work orders and schedule.
- Perform lab tests as assigned.
- Do all the physical tests in order to make sure the product meets the customer demands.
- Check equipment calibration.
- Perform start-up checks and deliver report deviations directly to the Production Manager.
- Perform audits, as directed by the supervisor, of reworked products in order to determine if it complies with the clients requirements.
- Check the quality related paperwork for accuracy level as well as work with the appropriate Manager or Machine Operator in order to correct discrepancies.
- Provide resolutions for potential quality issues.
Requirements
The qualifications and skills required for the Quality Assurance Technician position:
- High School Diploma or general education degree required.
- PC skills (Word, Excel and Lotus Notes).
- Prior quality assurance experiences strongly desired.
- Ability to lift up to 40 lbs from time to time.
- Ability to simultaneously work on multiple tasks, solid self motivation.
- Ability to professionally communicate with people in order to comply with their demands
Education
High School Diploma or general education degree required
Client
Our history is rich in solid customer focus, product innovation as well as strategic growth. With roots as a home town, small firm located in Evansville (Indiana, United States of America), our company has successfully grown into a multi billion dollar, publicly traded global company. Our experts have come a long way since it was founded in 1967, and nowadays our company is proud to have almost 13 000 clients and 16 500 employees. We take a great pride in the company we have created and the services and products we provide our clients with.

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