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Production Quality Associate - 2nd Shift

Production Quality Control Associate - 2nd Shift Monday - Friday: 4PM -1AM

Why Work for Saddle Creek?

Saddle Creek is in the logistics business. Over the past 50 years, our associates built Saddle Creek into what it is today by treating each other with respect and working together to succeed. Our people make a difference every day to our clients, to our business, and to each other. The growth and success we ve experienced requires smart, dedicated people working in a supportive environment.

Growing our family since 1966. Will you join us?

The Quality Control Associate will prioritize inspections, quality audits and work needed to ensure the location Protocols and Standards are met. These audits will focus specifically on our quality team to ensure all production completed is to customer's standards.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Visually inspect and/or test all materials produced by the production team to determine if material meets specifications and standards
  • Audit processes to ensure quality standards and defect ranges (panoplies) are being met.
  • Document audits and maintain appropriate records
  • Process off-specification material as directed
  • Effectively work and communicate with others in the organization and customers
  • Inform QA Supervisor of major and critical defects found during inspections
  • Verifies corrective action is taken to resolve defects
  • Participate in location inventories
  • Other duties as assigned

KNOWLEDGE

  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred
  • Previous quality assurance role
  • Capable of basic math calculations
  • Able to read and interpret specifications and drawings
  • Able to use standard measuring equipment
  • General knowledge of computers
  • Able to lift, stand or walk constantly all shift as needed
  • Able to lift up to 50 pounds and not allergic to latex gloves

ATTITUDES

  • Self motivated
  • Maintains neat/organized work area and documentation


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