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Job Title: Quality Control Technician
Location: Danville, IL
Job Type: Full-time: 1 year contract
Shift Times: Either Mo-Fri - 8 hours shifts or 4 days on/4 days off 12 hour shifts
Pay Rate: $12.00/hour
Similar Positions: Quality Control Coordinator, Quality Analysis, Quality Assurance
Responsibilities of the Quality Control Technician:
Provide quality assurance support for raw materials, in-process mixes, and finished product as assigned.
Conduct required analytical testing, inspection, communication, and documentation associated with assigned responsibilities.
Work with both in-plant resources, and suppliers to effectively communicate and assure control of non-conforming materials.
Inspect and collect samples of incoming raw materials as directed.
Capable of minor maneuvering and opening large containers of materials to collect samples.
Conduct analytical and physical testing of raw material samples.
Monitor supplier certificates of analysis to assure conformance to company specifications, and to match them to the appropriate incoming lots of materials upon receipt Enter quality information into both plant and company computerized programs.
Work with plant operations as needed to isolate and secure substandard materials.
Conduct basic analytical tests, quality auditing, and quality holds as needed.
Maintain and clean lab work areas and equipment; perform basic maintenance of equipment.
Perform sensory analysis of materials and finished product.
Perform additional sampling and testing as assigned.
Perform follow-up inspections of substandard materials or transportation vessels as needed; coordinate the involvement of additional department or plant resources as needed
Perform various work assignments in support of department or plant projects.
Provide backup, as assigned, to QA personnel responsible for various quality programs.
Job Requirements of the Quality Control Technician:
High School Diploma or GED
Bachelor of Science Degree in a science related field is preferred, not required
Good organizational skills, able to work alone, detail-oriented.
Good person-to-person, written and telephone communication skills.
Team-oriented, with the ability to lead or follow.
Possess or able to gain technical competence to better understand manufacturing processes and the compliance requirements of a food manufacturer.
Prior experience in food industry is preferred, but not required.
Basic PC skills: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Outlook.
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