Quality Assurance Inspector

Company Name:
Select Family of Staffing Companies
Quality Assurance Inspector
Weekly paychecks Health Care Other Great Benefits
Position Summary:
As part of the Quality Assurance Team, the Quality Assurance Team is responsible for documentations, and the QA operations. Be able to work at a fast-paced environment. It is vital for the QA to be detail oriended, a problem solver, and organized.
Essential / Major Elements of the Position:
Must inspect internal and external products
Note any issues with the product, such as if its damaged
Be able to identify any problems and give suggestions how to fix or repair the problem
Handle records for the materials and products
Batch record review
Analytical record review
Monitor and help control the quality of the product
Determine to identify the quality of the excellence of product
Must be able to give final visual inspecting, such as finished product is in good quality, check if anything is missing on marking, stamp, labels, no defects are to be present.
Work with operators and team leaders to resolve quality problems.
Need flexibility in your work schedule?
Crave a high-pay, low-stress job opportunity?
Want someone to cut through the noise and find the ideal job for you?
Join the Select Staffing team, and we'll get you on a new career path. From helping you tune up your resume to accelerating your skills with our computer training, we'll get you on the road to professional success!
Potential Select benefits include health insurance, dependent care assistance accounts, referral bonuses, and safety incentives, as well as the best temporary, part-time, and full-time positions available in today's growing job market.
Select is proud to invite qualified job seekers to join our team of talented Associates. Please note our screening requirements before applying: All applicants must provide documentation proving that they are eligible to work in the United States and may be asked to submit to a drug test and reference and background checks.

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