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quality technician job

description
The quality technician job description includes elements such as: quality
technician responsibilities, quality technician skills, quality technician qualities,
quality technician abilities, quality technician experience, quality technician job
tools, quality technician working conditions…

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Key duties/responsibilities for quality technician
1.

Proper and proficient operation of all test and inspection equipment required to
perform testing of all applicable products.
2. Proper and proficient execution of all applicable test procedures and test protocols
(including but not limited to ASTM/PSTC test methods).
3. Collect and report valid and consistent test results/data with minimal variability.
4. Maintain and oversee organization, storage, and correct product flow in lab,
product temporary storage areas (such as QA Corral)
5. Maintain proper inventory of lab supplies and timely calibration of lab equipment.
6. Daily inspections, testing and analysis of product (new, existing and competitive
testing of both raw materials and finished goods) and processes.
7. Develop, prepare, and write test reports (including summarization of drawn
conclusions) to be generated to larger audiences.
8. Perform and assist in the evaluation of existing products along with products in
various stages of product development.
9. Ensure all test equipment including gauges and instruments are properly
maintained, calibrated and fully functional.
10. Manage external equipment calibrations (such as Stratix verifiers, etc.)

Key job qualifications for quality technician
1.

Understand, develop and apply corrective and preventive actions, including root
analysis, failure mode and effects analysis and control of nonconforming material.
2. Ability to read and interpret mechanical and electrical drawings, including
geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T;).
3. Knowledge of basic electrical principles.
4. Ability to use statistical sampling plans as required by MIL-STD-105D, etc.
5. Assist, as needed, in Receiving Inspection and movement of parts weighing up to
35 lbs.
6. Heavy lifting possible with certain products and in certain functional areas with
assistive equipment.
7. Ability to pass math skills test: conversions from English standard to Metric, and
decimals to fractions (part specs, etc).
8. Knowledge of lean tools and Quality techniques (Kiazen, 5S, PDCA, SPC, etc)
9. Technicians must have the ability to apply quality tools and techniques; ability to
interpret information and data; ability to apply team concepts as both a member and
a leader.
10. This position requires use of information or access to hardware which is subject to
the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR). All applicant must be U.S.
persons within the meaning of ITAR requirements.

Format for quality technician job description
A typical job description includes 4
main part as follows:
1. Job information
This part includes: job title, reporting
relationships, department, job
location, manager/supervisor’s title,
job code, purpose and objective of the
job.
2. List of main task
3. Contents of Job Specifications
• Knowledg/education.
• Skill requirements.
• Experience.
• Abilities. Ability include physical
ability, metal ability, aptitudes.
4. Contents of working conditions
• Environmental conditions
• Job hazards / safety
• Machine, tools and equipments

KSA model in setting up job description
1. What is KSA model?
KSA model is a competency model of individual. KSA is the same KSAO.
KSA include Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (also called KSAs model) that an
applicant must have to perform successfully in the position.

2. Components of KSA:
Knowledge
• A body of information needed to perform a task.
• For example, Human Resources Knowledge include knowledge of personnel
recruitment, selection, training, compensation and benefits, labor relations and
negotiation, and personnel information systems.
Skills
• Skills are the proficiency to perform a certain task.
• For example, skill in operating computer peripherals such as printers.
Abilities
• Abilities are an underlying, enduring trait useful for performing tasks.
• For example, oral comprehension – the ability to listen to and understand
information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.

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development, product development, interior design, web development,
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software, web, clinical, hr, infrastructure, business, erp, creative, ict, hvac,
quality, uk, implementation, network, operations, architectural, environmental,
crm, website, interactive, security, supply chain, logistics, training, project
management, quality management…
The above job description also can be used for job title levels: entry level
quality technician, junior quality technician, senior quality technician…