1st shift inspectors $13.00
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
Inspects product using established specifications that ensure quality. Packs finished product according to customer requirements and established specifications.
Reviews Quality Standards: Studies production orders, drawings, manufacturing and customer specifications. Verifies specifications with supervisor and quality assurance department, as needed.
Identifies Product Quality: Physically and manually inspects products and dimensional characteristics and follows SOP s and Work Instructions regarding non-conformances.
Packaging Materials: Reviews order requirements and expected product output per shift or assignment. Gathers necessary materials, preps boxes, liners, bags and other supplies per spec.
Label Creation: Reviews production order and specifications. Inputs information into computer and prints the required labels. Verifies accuracy of label content.
Wrap and Pack: Reviews order specifications and materials to wrap and pack product in compliance with order.
Documentation: Accurately notes quantity counts. Utilizes basic math, reading and use of ruler skills. Completes required paperwork per department work instructions.
Inspection Completion: Obtains Quality Assurance approval. Segregates all rejects. Records and summarizes inspection process per department work instructions. Notifies operator of defects immediately.
Department Schedule: Works the standard shift. May be required to work additional hours when needed.
High school Diploma or GED
Minimum experience required.
Reads and follows detailed instructions.
High degree of attention to detail.
Possesses basic mathematical aptitude.
Accurately reads measuring rule.
Possesses effective communication skills.
May be required to stand for long periods of time while performing duties.
Must be able to work safely with materials and equipment.
The ability to read and understand documents and drawings.
The ability to follow direction or instruction.
The ability to lift up to 50 pounds.
Works in controlled Manufacturing environment.
Hearing protection recommended.
Hair, beard nets and smocks required.
Exposure to manufacturing and printing equipment (moving parts, cutters, etc.).
Exposure to materials and handling equipment.
Exposure to odors associated with manufacturing.
Ability to work overtime as needed