Manufacturing Quality Technician


Manufacturing and Production

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Arden Hills

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Branch Information

Minneapolis, MN - Metro - (USA) 222 S 9th St Suite 290 MN Minneapolis , MN - 55402 Phone : 612-375-9200



Job Description

This is a direct hire opportunity

2nd shift: M-Thu, 10 hours shifts, with flexible start time from 2:00-3:30pm. OT strongly desired

Training is during day shift hours

Shift Differential 5%

Primary duties of this position will be to work from engineering drawings, work instructions and operating procedures consistent with FDA, GMP, ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 guidelines. The Quality Technician I will have experience in the setup, adjustment, alignment as well as a demonstrated ability to safely run basic to moderately complex inspections equipment. The Quality Technician I will perform visual and dimensional inspections using visual standards and inspection tools including programmable coordinate measuring machines (CMM). They will use procedures including sampling plans to conduct component and assembly inspections. The Quality Technician I will also collect and analyze data using software programs. Additional responsibility will include the tracking of items within the calibration system and coordinating outside calibration of measuring and test instrumentation and or conducting internal documentation audits.


Maintain a clean work area and utilizes safe working practices

Triaging nonconformance's creating and processing MRB/DMR's as appropriate

Performs inspections as required

Performs first piece and product inspections as necessary for Value Streams

Provides traceable verification by completing inspection documentation or other documents for all components, assemblies, and/or product lots inspected, as required by inspection documentation

Performs evaluation of returned goods to verify integrity as requested by the Material Review Board (MRB)

Maintains control of items in the inspection process

Provides training and feedback to associates in quality practices, acceptance criteria and measurement techniques

Identifies process/product discrepancies and communicates them through the non-conformance procedure

Prepares necessary reports including documenting test results and statistics

Maintains electronic inspection data using established procedures and file naming conventions

Participates in team meetings as required

Ensures all activities are in compliance with Quality System requirements

Acts as a quality resource for Value Streams

Experience and Training:

High School Diploma

Post-secondary education in a technical program preferred

3-5 years of related experience in a manufacturing environment; medical device industry experience a plus

Trained to read and interpret basic to moderately complex engineering drawings and specifications

Trained and practice in the use of basic to moderately complex dimensional and nondestructive inspection tools ranging from calipers to the operation of CMMs

Proficient using Microsoft Office

Experience using an enterprise resource planning (ERP) software system helpful

Trained in FDA GMP and/or ISO9001 and ISO 13485 guidelines

ASQ Quality Technician certification a plus

Previous experience performing accurate and thorough incoming, in-process and or final product inspections

Proven abilities using various mechanical and electronic measuring devices including CMM