Quality Control Manager
How would you like to begin a new journey as a Quality Control Manager and oversee, supervise and manage quality control in the production line or factory? As well as gain more experience in a global provider of rail solutions. TXM Recruit are on the hunt for someone to fit the following information below. Could you be that person?
Quality Control Manager Job Duties:
- Control the quality of operations in the company’s quality procedures, policies, and production related manufacturing practices and systems.
- Provides guidance and management to the company’s quality control inspectors by assigning quality inspection assignments
- Policing the production line to ensure that production workers are using the latest production documentation and drawings to assemble and build products
- Monitors production operations for correct materials, use of calibrated production tools
- Monitors the production line or operations to ensure that nonconforming materials or practices are not being used by HRU production operators or workers.
- Providing daily surveillance an oversight of production operations to identify and resolve production related problems.
- Ensuring that in-process and final inspections are performed
- Reporting quality control results and performance to the General
- Enforcing quality corrective actions to ensure that the actions effectively remedy production quality problems and justify closure of Non-Conforming Reports
- Confirming accuracy of quality records and providing copies all agreed upon quality records to the Quality Document Control Clerk for inclusion in the Car History Books.
- Verifies effectiveness of quality control inspections (Incoming, In-process or Final inspections).
- Interpret and read production drawings and schematics,
Experience, Skills, and Qualifications for Quality Control Manager:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Quality Engineering
- 5-years or more of experience in quality control supervising or managing quality inspections, in a manufacturing organization in the aerospace, automotive, or passenger transportation industries (passenger airplanes, passenger cars, passenger buses, or passenger rail vehicles)