Title: QUALITY CONTROL
To: Quality Control Manager
Status: Non- Exempt
Position Summary: The Quality Control Foreperson is responsible for planning, coordinating and execution of
Quality Control department activities as well as ensuring qualified and trained
Quality Control Inspectors carry out job responsibilities as required.
Essential Duties and
Oversee and coordinate the execution of the following activities for
all Quality Inspectors:
Source inspection at suppliers location;
Incoming inspection of raw materials and TPG parts;
In-Process inspections as required by the Quality Plans;
Inspection of Finished Products and Installation Kits;
Stencils inspections (for Defense items only);
UID/RFID inspections (for Defense items only);
First Article Inspections (for Defense items only); and
Internal Audits of Suppliers.
Perform inspection activities as required to support quality
control team and to meet production schedule requirements;
Responsible for training the Quality Inspectors on the following matters
in order to perform their jobs effectively and efficiently:
Inspection work instructions;
General and Standard Operating Procedures;
Completion of quality records;
Proper use, control and storage of measuring devices; and
TPG policies and guidelines.
Support the Quality Control Manager on the following:
Coordination of DCMA QAR inspections (for Defense items only);
Identification of risks and execution of risk mitigation plans,
Review First Article Inspection records (for Defense items only);
Review of contracts and purchase orders;
Review of records generated for each sales order; and
Preparation of Quality Management System audits.
Support Quality Control Manager in working with Design
Engineering, NPD, Process Engineering and Manufacturing to solve in-house
quality concerns in a timely manner;
Ensure compliance with Control of Nonconforming Products Procedure:
Monitor that Quality Control Inspectors are properly initiating &
closing out NCPRs; and
Monitor the process for non-conforming materials; ensure items
are identified as per disposition.
Identify required resources for the Quality Control department and
communicate needs to Quality Control Manager;
Create shipping documentation and labeling for each sales order;
Responsible for proper control and storage of measuring devices
assigned to Quality Control department;
Maintain Unique Identification of Products Log (QR-QC-81) (for
Defense items only);
Responsible for the following activities at the end of each sales
Remove all templates off the production floor, store them or transfer
them to the warehouse area;
Responsible for collecting all quality inspection records associated
with each work order; and
Ensure all inspection records are provided to Document Control for
Issue and control inspection stamps in accordance with standard
Monitor and schedule Quality Inspector hours and communicate to
the Quality Control Manager when authorization for overtime is required;
Identify product and process opportunities for improvement and
recommend changes to the documentation;
Communicate to the Quality Control Manager any updates/changes/corrections
that are required to documentation;
Ensure FOD Prevention policies are met; and
organization, and proper housekeeping of quality inspection areas and that
work is carried out in work areas free of foreign object debris.
Enforce Safety Policies and Practices
Ensure quality team complies with company safety
Enforce Security Policies
Ensure quality team members comply with company
Notify FSO of any security concerns or
Other duties may be assigned to meet business
Detail oriented with ability to multi-task in a
fast moving environment with shifting priorities and changing requirements;
Fluent in the English language, in both oral and
written form, required; bilingual in the Spanish language preferred;
Strong communication and decision making skills;
Leadership abilities and able to identify and resolve
Strong proficiency with Microsoft Office tools
Proficient in the ability to read and interpret
drawings and technical documentation; and
Ability to work well under pressure and be able
to assist in expediting shipments when necessary, working in conjunction with
Production and Shipping schedules.
Employee must obtain visual certification within
60 days of placement and thereafter on an annual basis. Eyesight correctable to
20/20 required. Employee shall take an eye exam within 45 days of placement and
acquire corrective lenses as required within 14 days of requirement
notification. Annual re-certification would require employee to acquire
corrective lenses, as required, within 14 days of requirement notification.
may require an eye exam to determine if a color vision deficiency is present
based on job assignment.
QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to
safely and successfully perform essential job functions consistent with the
ADA, FMLA, and other federal, state and local standards, including meeting
qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards.
to maintain reasonably regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA,
FMLA, and other federal, state and local standards.
with all personnel policies
This position requires
use of and access to information which is subject to the International Traffic
in Arms Regulations (ITAR). Accordingly,
all Quality Control Foreperson must be U.S. persons within the meaning of
ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as
a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Temporary
Resident, Political Asylee, or Refugee.
EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE: Minimum 3 years of
increasing responsibility in quality supervision within a manufacturing
environment required. High School Diploma, or equivalent training and
experience required. Experience working in an ISO 9001 and/or AS9100
manufacturing environment preferred. Knowledge and experience with First
Article Inspection process in accordance with AS9102 preferred (for Defense
items only). Knowledge and experience with the use of the following industry
standards: ASTM, NAS, and Military Standards preferred (for Defense items only).
have experience using various mechanical inspection tools, such as micrometers,
height gauge, radius gauge, pin gauges, protractors, and calipers. Must have
practical experience performing in-process and final inspections on machined
parts, assemblies, and / or sub-assemblies.
and experience with the use of equipment like Spectrometer, Digital Microscope,
UID/RFID Verifier Machine and Elcometer preferred (for Defense items only).
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be
met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities
to perform the essential functions.
required to stand or sit, and move about the facility. Employee may
occasionally lift or move up to 35 lbs.
ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are
representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential
functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Work is usually performed in production area. The noise level in the work
environment is usually moderate unless noted by safety signage. Occasional work
performed in office setting.