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Manufacturing Inspector

vTech Solution Inc
Austin, Texas, United States
February 14, 2018


• Completes all required quality inspections following inspection instructions and/or product drawings. Use department databases to track and manage inspection workload and rejected products. Effectively follow SOPs, policies, and ISO/QSR requirements.

• Provides direction on inspection methods for Inspection Plan development or guidance to intermediate and entry level inspectors. Communicate technical details of materials to Engineers and other support staff accurately

• Writes and processes Material Reject Reports, as necessary, and manage inventory that is on hold for quality inspection. Reviews and provides feedback inspection plans as needed.

• Provides support for the Quality System during corporate audits, actively participate in department activities and perform audits of operations areas to confirm compliance with controlled procedures, as required

• Receive material coming into the building by suppliers, customers or other sources accurately and promptly, verifies the quantity and description of materials received by checking the merchandise against the packing list. Accurately place materials on shelves, in racks or other designated storage areas in an orderly manner.

• Attaches identifying tag or labels to materials or marks information on cases, boxes or other containers. To accurately identify and count stock materials as listed on the cycle count/physical year-end inventory list.

• Transact, receipts, shipments, movements, and work orders in a MRP system.


• Education: High School or Trade School Graduate (or GED) minimum

• Certifications: Certified Quality Technician (ASQ CQT) would be a plus.

• Minimum 10 years’ experience in Quality Inspection (or minimum 12 years in a manufacturing environment with responsibility for measurement of products) and preferably in an FDA regulated environment. Prior experience with Medical Devices a plus.

• Ability to develop and interpret instructions and drawings to effectively inspect product. Strong knowledge of GD&T preferred.

• Ability to select and utilize multiple gauges and measurement tools for inspection of manufactured components and assemblies.

• Previous experience with Optical Comparator and/or Vision System programming or operation preferred.

• Use of math skills relative to physical measurement of product (calculations involving basic functions and some geometry/trigonometry in English and metric units)

• Knowledge of ISO, FDA and QSR concepts and guidelines preferred.

• Excellent communication and organizational skills.

• Outstanding attention to detail

• Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with others in a positive and collaborative manner.

• Ability to effectively communicate inspection methods and technical details to Engineers, Supervisors, and other inspectors in training.

• Demonstrated ability to work accurately, follow instructions/schedules/timelines and handle multiple priorities.

• Knowledge of various MS Office applications such as: Word, Outlook and Excel.

• Experience using overlays to inspect also preferred.

• Experience with Oracle preferred.

• Experience with Agile preferred