Quality Assurance Manager

Company Name:
Malace HR
Requirements:
Must be able to read and interpret blue prints, drawings, specifications and codes.
Must be familiar with inspection processes and techniques.
Must be able to communicate inspection results using various forms and reports.
Prior fabrication, welding, burning I cutting experience is required.
Minimum of 3 years in a Quality Management role is preferred or educational equivalent.
Minimum of 5 years in a quality assurance I quality control role.
CWII CWE or CWS certificates are a plus but not required.
Applicant must be able to demonstrate the patience, tact and diplomacy required to effectively interact with superiors, subordinates, peers, and vendor I customer representatives.
Ability to effectively evaluate problems and contribute to effective solutions.
Must be willing to work overtime or weekends if necessary.
DESCRIPTION:
Manage and direct quality throughout all facets of the organization.
Work closely and communicate with department managers,
supervisors and leads in ensuring that products and services meet and exceed the customer and industry specifications and codes.
Perform testing and inspection on various types of structural, wastewater, automated fabricated and machined assemblies using all types of inspection tools and equipment including a Romer PCMM.
Knowledgeable in multiple welding processes such as GMAW, FCAW, SMAW and GTAW.
Help create and implement quality assurance procedures and forms in all areas of the company and improve existing procedures when and where necessary.
Maintain a positive outlook and a continuous focus on improvement and quality.
In charge of welder qualifications and administer welder testing I
training.
Help set and achieves quality assurance operational objectives by contributing information and analysis to strategic plans and reviews.
Continuously pushes quality and process improvement to help increase efficiency and productivity throughout the organization.
Other duties and responsibilities that management sees fit

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