Freedom Graphic Systems

Quality Assurance Supervisor

Quality Assurance - Aurora, IL - Full Time

Freedom, a Direct Mail Production Company in Aurora, IL is currently seeking a Quality Assurance Supervisor who is highly motivated, career focused and willing to work in a fast-paced, teamwork oriented environment on third shift.

This position will support the Quality Assurance Department in the implementation of quality assurance systems and identify quality related issues.  Report quality related trends to the organization, while supporting the plant's objectives of safety, quality, efficiency, productivity and customer service.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Report directly to Quality Assurance Manager.
  • Answer any questions that the QC’s might have regarding print quality, lineups, measurements, form codes, sortation etc, in Laser/Bindery, Press and Lettershop.
  • Ensuring that all QC’s on your shift are following procedures and completing tasks.
  • Responsible for training new employees.
  • Will help out in Laser/Bindery, Press and Lettershop with day to day QC job duties.
  • Will work with all department Supervisors, Managers and Customer service reps to resolve any quality issues that may come up.
  • Will work with production supervisor and QC clerks in event of an error or potential error.
  • If there’s a question or problem, you are responsible for notifying the QC manager. If he/she cannot be reached you should contact the appropriate department manager or CSR.
  • Will act as liaison between shifts to relay important job information to all QC personnel.
  • Will be responsible for daily attendance.
  • Will open and read e-mails daily throughout shift.
  • Will be responsible for doing evaluations for your shift.
  • Scheduling overtime for your shift if volunteer. (Who will cover).
  • Be responsible for whereabouts of all QC’s on your shift. If there is disciplinary action that must be taken you will work with the manager to determine what action will be taken and sit down with the employee and discuss what happened and how to correct it.

Qualifications

  • Must be dependable in punctuality and attendance.
  • Detail orientated and committed to quality.
  • The ability to multi-task within a manufacturing environment.
  • Previous experience with quality assurance preferably with a direct mail environment is highly desired.
  • Intermediate computer skills within a Microsoft Windows Environment.
  • High School diploma
  • Fluent in English, Bilingual is a plus.
  • Ability to calculate and read a ruler by fraction down to1/32 of an inch
  • Able to stand and walk throughout the shift
  • Able to read fine/small print (letters and numbers)
  • Able to lift 50 lbs.

Benefits include medical, dental, vacation, and 401k. Please e-mail resume or fax to 630.375-8591 or visit our location at 780 McClure Road, Aurora, IL to complete an application.

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