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We have an immediate opening for a Quality Analyst position in our Tupelo, MS location.
OBJECTIVE OF THE POSITION
The summary should describe the function of the position and what it will provide to the department. The summary may be two to three sentences.
The Quality Assurance Analyst / Supervisor is responsible for all activities required to successfully manage the quality assurance standards, specifications, and procedures of the Horizontal Blinds Division. This includes the oversight of component inspections (approvals and rejections), the enhancement of quality functions, product and process audits, documentation, and coordination of quality events to communicate and / or enhance divisional performance.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
Listed below are some of the general duties considered necessary to perform the essential functions of this position. However, these shall not be construed as a detailed and complete description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the job.
Employees are responsible for individual compliance with all safety rules, regulations and policy procedures. Employee responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
List the degree or certification required. List the years of experience in the related field required.
Individual behavioral traits which will assist in the successful completion of the job (communication skills, leadership skills, ability to work in a team environment, etc.)
For knowledge statements, according to the Uniform Selection Guidelines issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the following definitions of knowledge are: Basic: General familiarity; aware universal principles and able to locate details/access resources. Understanding of a determinate number of functions or activities. Solid: Working knowledge; able to apply general principles. Understanding of most functions, operations or activities. Includes a general knowledge of applicable theory. Expert: Able to apply general principles and specific details. Understanding of virtually all functions, operations or activities. Includes full comprehension of applicable theory.
Basic knowledge of production, support, and auxiliary equipment associated with an industrial facility.
Expert knowledge of statistical methods and applications.
Expert knowledge of quality management techniques and applications to a distribution, and manufacturing organization.
Solid knowledge of the occupational hazard and safety precautions of the work involved.
Basic knowledge of the physical properties and characteristics of component materials including polystyrene, PVC, steel, aluminum, wood, and various types of plastic used in the production process.
Basic knowledge of business finance to understand product and process costs, equipment costs, and production costs.
Basic knowledge of project management tools.
Solid knowledge of communication skills, particularly, preparing written correspondence, and quality improvement recommendations.
Skill in developing and maintaining effective work relationships while processing information from various sources.
Keen sense to identify top priorities and lead individuals or teams to successful project completions.
Physical working conditions, percentage of travel, hours, etc.
From "Dictionary of Occupational Titles", U.S. Department of Labor, 4th Edition, 1991 - Constantly: Activity or condition exists 2/3 or more of the time. Frequently: Activity or condition exists 1/3 to 2/3 of the time. Occasionally: Activity or condition exists up to 1/3 of the time.
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