Quality Technician (Manufacturing) - Greenville Spartanburg, SC

Company Name:
Volt Information Sciences
We are looking to add a Quality Technician to our Fortune 500 organization! Could YOU be that person?
The Quality Technician is a fast-paced, rewarding career opportunity that is extremely important for this company''s growing operations in the greater Greenville Spartanburg, South Carolina area!
Key Responsibilities
Accurate measurements and complete dimensional inspection of components
Performing dimensional analyses, reporting of results, and implementation of inspection plans.
An active role in the improvement of assembly process capabilities and scrap rates of assembled products
The focus of this position will be in the Assembly and Final Inspection Areas as a Floor Technician, working as a final inspector for assembly processes operations, and on incoming inspections of outsourced parts.
Inspection plan (FAI) writing and management.
## Job Requirements
Associates Degree or Certificate (ASQ, Certified Tech, etc.)
2+ years'' experience in a machine shop environment
Strong background in metrology, having an aptitude for all types of part gauging
Firm understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T;)
Proven interpersonal and communication skills
Background in ISO9001
Over 60 years of unwavering focus on the issues of workforce management have gained us a reputation of being one of the most knowledgeable and accomplished strategic workforce partners in business for clients and candidates alike.
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Volt is an equal opportunity employer.
Location: US - SC - Duncan
Job Type: Contingent/Temporary
Duration: Temp to Hire
Pay Rate: $16.00 - $18.00 /Hour
Job ID 6-13-351101
Date Posted: 5/23/2014

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