POSITION SUMMARY: The Quality Control Team Leader assists in leading of all available resources necessary to maintain an effective Quality Control Program. This position provides a strong technical and administrative laboratory resource to the Quality Control function of the plant.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Develop and implement training programs designed to provide departments and/or members with the knowledge to perform analytical tests and quality control procedures with a high degree of confidence.
Monitor the routine activities of the quality control personnel to maintain quality standards as dictated by Delta Plastic specifications and policies.
Assure the availability of accurate tools and equipment to provide effective quality control coverage.
Provide technical expertise to trouble‑shoot and eliminate quality concerns in all phases of testing, processing.
Fully cooperate with all federal, state and local agencies to assure compliance to the fullest extent recognized by company policy.
Oversee the maintenance of all laboratory records and technical files.
Conduct monthly audits of Quality Control Department based on current Quality Assurance policies and effectively communicate the results to the Quality Assurance Manager.
Maintain an effective Laboratory Safety Program to ensure a safe work environment and to comply with company requirements.
Actively participate as a team member of to support the continually evolving socio‑technical (Core-Values) system.Promote these concepts through positive personal action and integrity. Maintain all of the Delta Core Values.
Assist in the preparation of quality reports as needed.
Conduct Quality Control Member’s Training & Certification.
Work as the technical and administrative backup for the Quality Assurance Manager in his/her absence.
Other duties as assigned.
Normal work week is Monday - Friday. Office and plant environments.
Exposure to noise of recycling equipment.
Exposure to water and mud created by recycling operations.
Exposure to heat and cold.
Occasionally travels to Little Rock facility for meetings and projects.
Previous management skills required
Minimum 1 year in manufacturing environment
Minimum some college education
Strong sense of urgency and time management skills.
Outstanding computer skills, especially related to working with office software such as Outlook, Excel, Word, Internet, and databases.
Excellent Writing and Oral Communication Skills
Excellent Decision Making Skills
Ability to use various precision measuring devices