The QA SPC Assistant will follow direction from SPC process owners and collaborate with QC / Manufacturing personnel to sustain daily SPC compliance in prompt and error-free manner. The role is a crucial element to process monitoring, process control and product quality compliance. The qualified candidate will confidently receive, review, upload, and analyze measurement data in SPC context. The candidate will also monitor data at stations and assist personnel with training. The candidate will reflect upon his/her work to continually improve.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Accurately review and enter technical data in statistical software to support expansion of SPC program
- Perform daily SPC compliance reporting, assist with gap analysis and audits
- Perform minor training to sustain the process
- Identify improvement opportunities
- Must have a goal to complete work in prompt and error-free manner. Maintain excellent communication and work ethics with team members. Be able to maintain focus on completing task, manage time, and priority. Utilize resources and personnel to solve problems before they are escalated to management or customer.
- This position reports to Quality Manager, but will work under direction of SPC process owners. Daily coordination with QC and Manufacturing personnel.
EXPERIENCE AND/OR EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
- AS or BS degree in science, engineering, or computer filed.
- 1+ years of professional technical SPC experience (must know IMR and XbarR, control limits, WECO rules, trend recognition, process capability, etc.)
- Immediate working knowledge of computers, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Internet browsers, printers, etc.
- Knowledge of Six Sigma and RCCA (cause and correctives) is a plus
- Detail oriented, passionate and committed about completing tasks.
- Posses professional and effective English language skills (verbal, written, and listening).
- Comfortable with a fast-paced, multi-task environment.
SPECIAL PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Be able and willing to use a computer for most or all portions of the work day.
- Be able and willing to walk about the facility to conduct observations and complete tasks.