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Quality Inspector - Nemschoff

Herman Miller

Sheboygan, WI
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Quality Inspector - Nemschoff-17305

Position Description:

You can make a salary. Or you can make a difference. Or you can work as a Quality Inspector at Nemschoff and make both.

About this Opportunity
As a Quality Inspector working at Nemschoff, you'll perform inspections, checks, tests, and sampling procedures of incoming materials, parts, and components, including those used in the manufacturing of medical devices, partially assembled or finished.

What You'll Do
You'll have opportunities to speak up, solve problems, lead others, and be an owner every day as you...

  • Accurately document the results of inspections and testing, including identifying nonconformance, identifying the source of the nonconformance, entering results into a database, and performing trend analyses.
  • Assist with evaluation and containment activities throughout the plant based on nonconformance material reports.
  • Audit and coordinate the calibration of all test equipment and fixtures throughout the operation. You will run calibration reports and coordinate report distribution. You'll also assist in identifying and determining the implications of nonconformance, escalating issues as appropriate.
  • Conduct in-process and finished goods inspection, including performing required Quality Department inspections for in-process and finished goods by confirming specifications. You will also conduct visual and measurement tests and communicate required adjustments to the Production Supervisor and appropriate team members.
  • Conduct receiving inspection, including writing receiving inspection quality plans and adjusting receiving inspection frequency based on nonconformance events or trending.
  • Direct and re-direct employees as appropriate in connection with monitoring and addressing quality issues.
  • Document inspection results by completing reports and logs, summarizing re-work and waste, and inputting data into the quality database.
  • Evaluate problems and make initial recommendations for possible corrective action to the Supervisor. You will have the responsibility and authority to elevate concern to next level when Supervisors do not accept the nonconformance as reported.
  • Maintain all inspection records in a timely and accurate manner. You will ensure records are complete, accurate, and in compliance with internal and regulatory requirements.
  • Monitor critical equipment and instrumentation to ensure proper operation and calibration.
  • Participate on the Material Review Board on the disposition of non-conforming material.
  • Perform required Quality Department inspections of product rework.
  • Perform required Quality Department inspections of purchased parts, subassemblies, in-process, and finished company products according to criteria and using standard physical, mechanical, and/or electrical measurements, including, but not limited to: tape measures, scales, calipers, and micrometers.
  • Perform additional responsibilities as requested to achieve business objectives.
  • Recommend discipline to the Supervisor in cases of quality-related performance or conduct issues.
  • Understand and adhere to Quality and Safety policies, objectives, and practices.

Sound Like You?
You might be just who we’re looking for if you have...

  • The ability to read, understand, communicate, and interpret written and verbal instructions, work documentation, policies, practices, etc., in the English language and at a level necessary to adequately perform the job.
  • Competency in basic math skills such as adding and subtracting.
  • Two or more years of quality control experience in receiving, in-process, or finished goods inspection (preferred).
  • A working knowledge of measurement instruments, including, but not limited to: tape measures, scales, calipers, and micrometers.
  • The ability to read and interpret documents written in English, such as safety rules, operating instructions, and procedure manuals. You'll also need to be able to write reports and verbally communicate.
  • Good arithmetic skills. You will need a demonstrated ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
  • A basic understanding of mechanical concepts and principles to enhance problem-solving (preferred).
  • The ability to stand, walk, and sit for up to 10 hours.
  • The ability to lift up to 40 pounds.
  • General proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Word.
  • The ability to perform the essential job functions of the position with or without accommodations.

Who We Are
At Nemschoff, we focus on nurturing creative people, innovative thinking, and forward-looking healthcare solutions. Our unique combination of experience, insights, skills, and willingness to try new ideas makes us a leader in the industry. Part of the Herman Miller family, we have a design-focused, environmentally responsible approach and a commitment to craftsmanship that has been a part of our culture since 1950. Based in the lakeshore city of Sheboygan, Wisconsin, we offer a high quality of life, a rewarding team atmosphere, and an excellent benefits package.

We are always looking for talented people to join our team. Ready to apply? View a list of our open positions and apply online at nemschoff.com/careers or at our parent company, Herman Miller.

Herman Miller is committed to diversity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer including veterans and people with disabilities.

Schedule: Full-time
Employee Status: Regular
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Shift: First
Primary Location United States-Wisconsin-Sheboygan
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