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Quality Control Supervisor is responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations of the quality control lab. This will include handling customer related issues, and working directly with the Quality Control Technicians and facility Plant Manager on all quality related projects and/or issues.
- Supervise the day to day operations of the production QC lab
- Maintain the scheduling of Quality Control Technicians
- Utilizing various computer applications to compile, record and report test results
- Report results to Corporate Quality Control Manager
- Developing, write, and control documentation related to work instruction, procedures, or any other pertinent documentation related to the quality department
- Handle all customer related issues as it relates to quality control
- Enforce corrective and preventative actions, along with assisting in the development of new testing procedures
- Work closely with the Plant Manager to resolve any quality related issues at the facilities
- Accurately report findings to the necessary personnel and complete any necessary documentation.
- Performing rechecks, investigating complaints or problems and coordinating with the Production Manager on departmental quality issues.
- Collecting and sending production samples to the corporate office and or storage as required.
- Conducting chemical analyses and/or use independent labs to characterize the materials
- Follow and enforce Preferred Sands and OSHA safety regulations and guidelines
- Responsible for other tasks within the employees training and skills
- Possess a bachelor’s degree in a scientific or mathematical background
- 3 years of quality control experience in a manufacturing environment
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are required
- At least 2 years of supervisory experience with a proven record of managing multiple people and projects at the same time, while maintaining the highest level of quality
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint is required, as daily collection, analysis, and reporting of data is required