The Quality Manager is responsible for the development, application and maintenance of quality control systems for processing materials into finished goods. The position provides quality oversight to customers by way of direct communication and/or corrective action requests. Functions also include resolving deviations and investigations of customer complaints. In addition, this position is responsible for documentation as it relates to global requirements (RoHS, REACH, etc.). This position reports directly to Sales Manager.
Basic responsibilities include:
Administering and enhancing the Quality Management System (QMS)
Leading ISO/9001 as QMS Representative
Acting as an internal consultant and technical expert regarding the impact business changes have on the Quality Management System programs and making the necessary adjustments to maintain compliance.
Training site personnel to ensure an understanding and adherence to QMS.
Serving as a resource of information on compliance programs including RoHS, REACH and material composition and completing forms for customers or their representatives showing compliance.
Participate in internal meetings
Develop new quality policies and Standard Operating Procedures as needed
Support continuous improvement initiatives by Management by coordinating the collection of quality metrics, change requests and audit results.
Manage calibration of measurement and test equipment
Visits Customers as required
Reviews Customer specifications
Develops appropriate documentation and coordinates the PPAP requests with inspection personnel.
Fast paced, ever changing job shop manufacturing facility.
Significant experience in ISO/9001
Strong leadership skills
CQA/CQE certification preferred
Strong commitment to safety in all job aspects
Strong written and verbal communications
Organized, goal oriented and results driven
Ability to contribute effectively in a team environment
5 years of Quality Management in a manufacturing/job shop environment with glass fabrication experience a plus
Cat-i Glass Manufacturing can trace its roots back to Elgin Precision Glass (EPG) founded by Carl Jaynes in 1965. EPG started out producing automotive air conditioning sight glasses in a barn and eventually grew into a thriving business housed in a 144,000 square foot facility. EPG was sold in the late eighties but the concepts endured. In 1995, Cat-i Glass Manufacturing emerged to carry on the EP...G mission. Our engineering and management group has in excess of 25 years of glass experience. With its core being made up of previous EPG employees, Cat-i Glass has come a long way since the barn. In early 2006 we became ISO 9001:2000 registered. In January 2007, we relocated to a new 75,000 square foot facility. Cat-i Glass employees use their knowledge and initiative to provide quality parts that meet or exceed our customer’s expectations.