Job Description - Quality Control Manager
Quality Control Manager Job Responsibilities:
The Quality Control Manager is responsible for overseeing, supervising and managing quality control in the production line or factory. The Quality Control Manager, controls quality of operations in the company’ s quality procedures, policies, and production related manufacturing practices and systems.
Quality Control Manager Job Duties:
The Quality Control Manager, provides guidance and management to the company’ s quality control inspectors by assigning quality inspection assignments, policing the production line to ensure that HRU (Hitachi Rail USA, Inc.) production workers are using the latest production documentation and drawings to assemble and build products. The Quality Control Manager monitors production operations for correct materials, use of calibrated production tools, and acceptable workmanship. The Quality Control Manager, monitors the production line or operations to ensure that nonconforming materials or practices are not being used by HRU production operators or workers.
The HRU Quality Control Manager is responsible for;
- Providing daily surveillance an oversight of production operations to identify and resolve production related problems.
- Ensuring that in-process and final inspections are performed as required by HRU QC procedures and/or customer requirements.
- Reporting quality control results and performance to the General Manager (VP of Operations).
- Enforcing quality corrective actions to ensure that the actions effectively remedy production quality problems and justify closure of Non-Conforming Reports (NCRs).
- Confirming accuracy of quality records and providing copies all agreed upon quality records to the Quality Document Control Clerk for inclusion in the Car History Books.
- Verifies effectiveness of HRU quality control inspections (Incoming, In-process or Final inspections).
Experience, Skills, and Qualifications for Quality Control Manager:
Education: Minimum Education Requirement – Bachelor’ s Degree in Quality Engineering
Experience: 5-years or more of experience in quality control supervising or managing quality inspections, in a manufacturing organization in the aerospace, automotive, or passenger transportation industries (passenger airplanes, passenger cars, passenger buses, or passenger rail vehicles).
Other Experience or Training:
Ability to interpret and read production drawings and schematics, good verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated Proficiency in the following areas or items:
Attention to Detail, thoroughness, working knowledge of computer applications and computer systems such as, Ms-Office Applications such as Ms-Excel, PowerPoint, and Ms-Word, Adobe Acrobat, and others.