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Quality Specialist
Anderson, IN

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Quality Specialist


The Quality Specialist reports to the Quality Manager or designate performing primarily office and non-manual quality functions designed to service Production through consultation and oversight. Responsibilities include general quality operations including the creating and maintenance of quality and engineering documentation. The Quality Specialist conducts CMM operation and part verification in compliance with applicable Quality Management System (QMS) procedures, and maintenance of gage procurement and calibration system.


  1. Creation and maintenance of quality and engineering documentation related to the QMS
  2. Provide consultation and guidance to production group related to part inspection procedures
  3. Using knowledge and understanding of specification and output, consider the course of action related to production continuation and specification adherence
  4. Represent the company as needed, internal or at customer sites, to resolve disputes regarding quality concerns
  5. Responsibility for maintaining Gage Calibration and maintenance program
  6. Coordinate MRB review and product containment activity
  7. CMM Operation and part verification to support Company’s quality system as necessary
  8. Perform weld / assembly validation (cut and etch, push-out, torque, tensile test, etc..)
  9. Perform annual validations / PPAP as required
  10. Perform routine inspections, dimensional studies, and investigations, as necessary
  11. Provide support in the absence of the quality engineer
  12. Participate in layered audit process
  13. Participate and support internal and external problem solving / corrective action process
  14. Serve as Champion in corrective action process as assigned
  15. ”Go and see” and observe problems first hand, investigate and ensure effective understanding of the facts / data
  16. Provide first response to line problems, document the problems, lead / participate in actions to countermeasure root cause, and monitor the results of actions
  17. Solve problems utilizing TQPS methodology
  18. Deepen process learning through rapid low-cost trials / experiments to solve problems
  19. Participate, support, and lead in data collection for problem solving teams
  20. Participate in new product development as necessary
  21. Provide support and assist EPC team by providing leadership and basic quality direction
  22. In addition to performing primary duties, the individual shall provide support where deemed necessary by management



  • High School Diploma


  • 3 years manufacturing experience
  • 3 years computer (PC) experience
  • 2 years CMM Operation

 Personal/Technical Skills:

  • Understanding of Control Plans, FMEA’s, Flow Diagrams and In-Process Inspection
  • Knowledge of GD&T, SPC, Gage R&R, and gage use
  • Will have the ability to work a schedule that allows completion of the job on a daily basis.
  • CMM Operation after programs and set up are established.
  • Organizational skills to maintain CMM programs and gage calibration in compliance with Quality department and QMS procedures and requirements.
  • Understanding of weld / assembly validation (cut and etch, push-out, torque, tensile test, etc.)
  • Understanding of problem solving and root cause analysis.
  • Detail oriented and able to work with minimal supervision.
  • Understanding of relevant software systems (Shop Edge, QCBD, etc..).
  • Demonstrate strong leadership with a “hands on” approach”.
  • Solve problems utilizing TQPS methodology

Language Skills:

  • Able to clearly communicate in verbal or written forms and act as a liaison between Production and Quality
  • Ability to speak and write in the primary language English


  • Computer (PC) and Microsoft Office
  • Shop Edge
  • QCBD


  • Gage use / Part inspection
  • Internal auditing
  • CMM operation
  • Containment procedure, work instructions, forms, tags
  • Fundamentals of IATF 16949
  • Other Baseline items


Office:  Open office environment

 Plant:  Various types of manufacturing environments that include but not limited to: Stamping, Welding, Assembly, Grinding, Wash, Receiving, Shipping, Sorting

 Travel: As needed in relationship to customer requirements or employee development


  • Stand and walk for up to 12 hours
  • Able to work flexible hours
  • Able to lift, carry, hold and manipulate loads up to 50 lbs
  • Dexterity to manipulate product onto gages or gages onto parts
  • Acceptable vision and hearing with or without appropriate prescribed aides
  • Able to work within environment that has temperature fluctuations

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