Quality Control Technician - 2nd Shift

Location: 

Mason, OH, US

Shift:  2nd

Known for our innovative components, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America manufactures autonomous-ready infotainment and ADAS solutions, premium audio systems, high-definition displays, and powertrain electronics for standard, electric, and hybrid vehicles. Since 1979 we have served the major automotive, heavy-duty truck, and coach manufacturers across the US, and continue to grow each year!   Be a part of a select team that is making a real impact on the automotive mobility of tomorrow! 

Summary

Mitsubishi Electric Automotive has a 2nd Shift opportunity available for a Quality Control Technician to join our team working at our corporate facility in Mason, OH.  Again, this position is on 2nd Shift and the Quality Technician will perform daily line side inspections, conduct investigation of line quality problems, and provide feedback to Q.C. Supervisor and Q.C. Manager about the daily line quality condition for assigned area.

Responsibilities

  • Inspect line side production parts daily. Working at each assembly/manufacturing line, inspect current production parts to audit production and inspection results from Production department associates. Give immediate feedback to line associates and Production Supervisor of differences in results from associates’ results. Report results of inspections to QC supervisor.
  • Learn, understand, and use of basic measuring tools (Calipers, Micrometers, Height gauges, pin gauges, scales) with limited support.
  • Learn, understand, and use all of the basic equipment in the Q.C. Department with assistance of supervisor or QC Technician(e.g.,  Roundness Tester, Profile Tester, Strength Testing Machine, Roughness and Universal Testing Machine.) Use lab equipment as necessary to perform required tests with assistance. 
  • Learn, understand, and use all of the specific equipment with support on each assembly/manufacturing line related to assigned product group (e.g., roughness testers, gear-checking equipment, balancing equipment, performance testers, high voltage testers, pressure and height measuring devices, etc.).
  • Support updates of daily inspection methods and associated paperwork such as work instructions and check sheets to support Q.C. functions.
  • Read, understand and interpret assembly and part drawings along with purchasing specifications to ensure that all critical points of quality control are ensured by inspection methods with support of supervisor. 
  • Support improvements to current line testing methods to inspect or test for control points as requested by Production and/or Engineering groups. 
  • Attend training as required to enhance and maintain knowledge of Q.C. (e.g., specific test equipment training, problem solving methods, audit methods, Excel, Access, etc.).
  • Participate in IATF-16949 registration and surveillance audits with support of supervisor or other QC Technicians.
  • Support and assist the Q.C. Tech’s as needed.
  • Further the goals and positive, professional image of the Quality Control Department by understanding and supporting departmental and company goals, working with Production and Engineering personnel, vendors, and customers in a professional manner.

Qualifications

  • High School diploma or GED, plus a minimum of 1 years' experience in a manufacturing environment working in quality control, or equivalent.
  • Basic knowledge of quality control, engineering, metrology, and production methods is helpful.
  • Verbal, written, and cross-cultural communication skills.
  • Computer literate, emphasizing use of MSOffice products, especially Excel and Access.
  • Basic understanding of technical drawings and documents is helpful.
  • Ability to travel and work overtime with short notice.  Ability to work during designated shutdown periods.

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