Quality Control Specialist

Jackson, MI 49201

Posted: 11/08/2023 Job Category: Chemical Processing Job Number: 179118 Pay Rate: $28.00 - $29.00

Job Description


Responsibilities:

  • The successful candidate will have the ability to perform quality control test methods with a high degree of accuracy, proficiency and use good laboratory standard practices in support of Batch Manufacturing.



  • The Quality Control Specialist I is responsible for adjustments made to batches, when necessary, in the support of manufacturing which includes diagnosis and experimentation of non-conforming material to meet product specifications.



  • Other responsibilities include maintaining a clean/organized work area, laboratory equipment validation, monitoring supplies, gage R&R studies, upkeeping calibration records and responding to customer complaints and quality concerns.



  • Maintain laboratory equipment.



  • Perform required quality control tests of manufactured goods and raw materials to ensure conformity to material specifications.



  • Maintain lab calibration/validation/verification records and logs.



  • Maintain a clean/organized laboratory work area.



  • Interact with R&D/Management with Quality Concerns and Investigations.



  • Cross-train within all aspects of the QC laboratory including, but not limited to, equipment and procedures in order to cover other specialists.



  • Support improvement programs.



  • Supports laboratory accreditation activities.



  • Assists laboratory in method validations (gage R&R) and measurement uncertainty, as needed.



  • Includes any other additional duties required to help and support the QC Laboratory.







Roles and Responsibilities



  • The successful candidate will have the ability to perform quality control test methods with a high degree of accuracy, proficiency and use good laboratory standard practices in support of Batch Manufacturing.



  • The Quality Control Specialist I is responsible for adjustments made to batches, when necessary, in the support of manufacturing which includes diagnosis and experimentation of non-conforming material to meet product specifications.



  • Other responsibilities include maintaining a clean/organized work area, laboratory equipment validation, monitoring supplies, gage R&R studies, upkeeping calibration records and responding to customer complaints and quality concerns.



  • Maintain laboratory equipment.



  • Perform required quality control tests of manufactured goods and raw materials to ensure conformity to material specifications.



  • Maintain lab calibration/validation/verification records and logs.



  • Maintain a clean/organized laboratory work area.



  • Interact with R&D/Management with Quality Concerns and Investigations.



  • Cross-train within all aspects of the QC laboratory including, but not limited to, equipment and procedures in order to cover other specialists.



  • Support improvement programs.



  • Supports laboratory accreditation activities.



  • Assists laboratory in method validations (gage R&R) and measurement uncertainty, as needed.



  • Includes any other additional duties required to help and support the QC Laboratory.







Qualifications and Education Requirements



Bachelor s Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, etc. (will consider Associate s Degree with equivalent experience)



Requirements:



  • Minimum Bachelor s Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry, etc. (will consider Associate s Degree with equivalent experience).



  • Exposure in a manufacturing environment with experience in wet chemistry including, but not limited to, colorimetric or potentiometric titration methodology, specific gravity and bulk density, viscosity, surface tension, volumetric and gravimetric analysis, pH, conductivity, cloud point, dissolved solids, turbidity, and moisture (Karl Fischer titration)



  • Awareness of Analytical Instrumentation principles and operation (spectroscopy)



  • Basic Knowledge of Quality Standards (ISO 9001/TS16949/ISO17025)



  • Competent knowledge of Acids & Bases, Cationic/Anionic/Nonionic Surfactants, Natural and petroleum oils and distillates, saponification, ION exchange principles, and solubility of substances.



  • Awareness of product usage and applications in general terms; Coolants, Cleaners, Phosphates, Surface Treatment, etc.



  • Excellent skills with MS Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint), Lotus Notes, SAP inventory database, and PLC software operation.









Must have a valid driver s license and current state required minimum vehicle insurance coverage to drive onto Client and Company property.





Pay Rate:
The pay range for this position is $28.00 - $29.00 per hour; however, the pay offered may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. This pay information is being provided pursuant to applicable law and is based in part on market location.



Benefits:



Cenergy employees can enjoy the following robust benefits and resources:



Ongoing Training (RSO, Systems, Software Programs, OSHA Safety, JJ Keller, etc.)



Continuous Employment Development and Learning



Ongoing Advocacy, internal assets with HSE, Legal and HR teams and experts to aid in Employee Career Path and Advancement



401K



Aetna & Kaiser Group Medical Coverage



Dental Insurance Coverage



Vision Insurance Coverage



Basic Life Insurance & AD&D



Long Term Disability



Voluntary Short-Term Disability



Access to Health Joy



GAP Medical Coverage



Direct Deposit



Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts


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