Kelly Services Quality Technician in Saint Paul, Minnesota

The Opportunity:

Our client offers custom development and manufacturing solutions – including converting and contract manufacturing – for product designers, developers and managers.

We are seeking a Quality Technician on 3rd shift at our clients Saint Paul location.

What You Need To Know:

Role: Quality Technican 1

Shift: M-T - 3PM - 1:30AM

Location: Saint Paul, MN

Duration: Contract to Hire

Pay: Dependent on Experience

What you will be doing:

Primary duties of this position will be to work from engineering drawings, work instructions and other established specifications to determine acceptance, rejection or rework requirements of product within company directives and operating procedures.

The Quality Technician will have extensive experience in the setup, adjustment, alignment as well as a demonstrated ability to safely run complex inspection equipment.

The Technician will perform visual and dimensional inspections using visual standards and inspection tools including programmable Coordinate Measuring Machines

Duties/Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Performs tooling inspections.

  • Performs first piece and product inspections.

  • Provides traceable verification by completing inspection documentation

  • Performs evaluation of returned goods to verify assembly integrity as requested

  • Maintains control of documentation, tools and product

  • Provides training and feedback to associates in quality practices

  • Identifies process discrepancies and communicates them

  • Prepares necessary reports including documenting test results and statistics.

  • Assists in the development of training for visual inspection.

  • Maintains electronic inspection data using established procedures and file naming conventions.

  • Retains records according to company policy and samples from inspections.

  • Places equipment or product on hold when necessary

  • Trains others as needed in GD&T and quality practices

What is Required:

  • High School diploma minimum.

  • Post secondary education in a technical program preferred.

  • 5-7 years of related experience in a manufacturing environment; medical device industry experience a plus.

  • Formal training or experience with Lean manufacturing principles.

  • Proficient using Microsoft office.

  • Minitab experience required.

  • Trained in FDA GMP and/or ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 guidelines.

  • ASQ Certified Quality Technician or Certified Quality Technician certification a plus.

Sound like a fit?

Apply now for consideration

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