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Quality Technician

Amfuel Magnolia Full-Time
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Role and Responsibilities

The Quality Control Technician is responsible for supporting the Company’s quality initiatives by performing visual and dimensional inspections and documentation reviews to ensure compliance with quality and performance standards. To assist and back-up the Quality Engineers as needed. This position reports to the Quality Supervisor.


·         Follows established procedures and guidelines to check, test and inspect raw materials, goods in process, and finished goods.

·         Compares the physical characteristics of components, materials and products to technical specifications to identify defects

·         Conducts and develop tests, records results, and prepares technical reports to ensure conformity to specifications.

·         Has daily interaction with Production personnel, Engineering, Materials and Manufacturing management.

·         Inspects product at beginning of and throughout production run to ensure proper tolerances.

·         Ensures that all responsibilities and functions are performed are in accordance with company policy and procedures and meet required quality standards.

·         Utilizes Statistical Process Control (SPC) methodologies for measuring and controlling quality during the manufacturing process.

·         Demonstrates the ability to effectively use all necessary measuring tools in order to validate conformance.

·         Reviews and dispositions suspect/non-conforming material and communicates with team about defects.

·         Has the ability to solve workplace problems.

·         Conducts and assists with employee training.

·         Participates on quality improvement teams.

·         Reads and understands blue prints to recognize specifications on print/drawing.

·         Uses basic math and problem-solving abilities.

·         Follows instructions and is self-sufficient in routine assigned tasks.

·         Has the ability to communicate effectively any Quality issues to the appropriate person.

·         Advises supervisor of conduct that may violate rules, policies, and procedures.

  • Minimum 2 years' experience working in a manufacturing environment
  • High school dip[loma or equivalent education or experience
  • Experience with computers, MS Word, Outlook, and Excel etc
  • Ability to interact well with others and work in a team environment
  • Excellent organizational skills and can evaluate and prioritize multiple tasks to ensure alignment with projects and department goals while acting with a sense of urgency; be adaptable and possess creative thinking and problem-solving skills

Skills required

Quality Assurance
Quality Management Systems
Corrective And Preventive Action (Capa)
Process Monitoring
Maintain Inspection Records
Blueprint Interpretation
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In 1917, American Fuel Cell and Coated Fabrics Company, formerly known as Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, began as a supplier of fuel cells to the U.S. Signal Corp. for aviation needs. At the end of World War II, Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. moved from California to Arkansas by converting the historic Magnolia Cotton Mill, a textile mill company from N & W Industries, to a large manufacturing complex specializing in coated fabrics. The plant was called Firestone Coated Fabrics Co. A group of local investors purchased the company in 1983 and it was renamed American Fuel Cell and Coated Fabrics Company, also known throughout the industry as Amfuel. In 1995 Zodiac Aerospace purchased Amfuel to became part of the largest manufacturer and supplier of fuel cells in the world.

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