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Quality Auditor

A local leading automotive manufacturer is currently seeking Quality Auditors in Charleston, WV for a long term opportunity.
If you meet the qualifications listed below - Apply Now!Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
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Adhere to Quality, Safety, and Environmental Policies.
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Perform periodic gage checks of parts on check fixture or positions in gaging setup to verify dimensions.
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Review inspection documentation created in production to ensure required measurements are being done and audit that measurements are performed correctly.
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Ensure proper labeling, storage, and containment of suspect, non-conforming, and reject material.
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Perform dock audits and other product audits as necessary to ensure product conformance to dimensional, packaging, labeling, handling, and any other customer or part specifications.
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Participate in other audits such as process, 5S, environmental, and safety.
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Review suspect parts to determine reasons for dimensional variations such as faulty machining, or assembly procedures, setup, tools, or fixtures and provide details to quality department.
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Review parts not within specified dimension tolerances to confirm status.
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Participates in capability and GR&R studies.
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Any tasks deemed necessary by managementMust be available to work any shift.
Some overtime or weekends may be required.
Must be able to pass background and drug screeningMust have a high school diploma or equivalentAt least one year of manufacturing experience is preferredPay for this position is $11.
00Adecco provides one of the most comprehensive benefits packages in the industry to contract workers.
Click on Apply Now to be considered for this Quality Auditor job in South Charleston, WV or you can visit our website www.
adeccousa.
com to search for other opportunities that are currently available.
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