Pentair, Inc. Quality Technician Talent Pool in Roselle, Illinois
Under the supervision of the Quality Manager, the Quality Technician documents quality levels by performing a variety of audits to ensure conformance with the company's quality standards. The Quality Technician works with Operations to perform root cause analysis and work on problems of a diverse scope.
High School Diploma; however, 2 year Associates degree in a quality or technical field and/or ASQ certification in a recognized discipline is preferred.
Minimum 2+ years of experience in a Quality function.
Knowledge of necessary measurement instruments and their utilization, such as calipers, micrometers, height gauges, comparators, Vision Measuring and possibly Computer Measurement Machine (CMM) equipment to effectively evaluate blueprint/drawing dimensions. Knowledge of Geometric dimensioning and tolerance (GD&T). A working knowledge of statistical and mathematical analysis along with scientific techniques to aid decision-making. Must understand and be able to apply the elements of the corrective/preventive action process, including root cause analysis, failure mode and effects analysis and the control of non-conforming material. Familiarity with a quality system such as ISO 9001 and proven ability to recognize and initiate applicable procedural changes. Competent computer skills and excellent interpersonal skills.
Monitor raw materials; work in process and finished products to assure quality.
Perform quality system audits and initiate applicable procedural changes if required.
Provide training to operators as required.
Perform dimensional analysis and product testing as required.
Perform field failure analysis as required.
Maintain equipment and documentation files.
Coordinate data collection and summaries for individual product lines as required.
Select, construct and apply basic quality tools such as Pareto diagrams on internal and external quality concerns.
Physical & Mental Demands:
Must be able to frequently lift 10 -15 lbs. and infrequently 25 - 50 lbs. Use of two way radio occasionally. This position requires a positive attitude with a “sense of urgency” in resolving customer and production quality issues. Must be able to work entire shift of 8 hours, work overtime (10-12 hour days) and weekends
to meet business demands. Position also requires regular bending and reaching. Work environment is a plant with machine noise and lift truck traffic. Temperatures in plant vary by season.
-Perform duties of the Quality Technician I position as required. Conduct training as required to support the Quality initiatives defined by the organizational goals.
-Facilitate the collection of dimensional and performance information, conduct analysis of that data and report findings to internal and external customers.
-Assist in the maintenance and management of the Corrective Action and Nonconforming Material Database to ensure prompt customer/supplier feedback and management awareness.
-Conduct training and verification as required to ensure compliance to applicable requirements.
-Assist in the validation of processes associated with process and operational improvements and initiate any applicable procedural changes.
-Conduct system audits to monitor compliance to internal quality system.
-Maintain and improve the field failure analysis process.
-Support supplier certification related activities to optimize receiving inspection process.
-Assist operations personnel in the identification, development and implementation of processes, procedures and equipment designed to improve quality and operational excellence.
-Perform other routine tasks as assigned by the Quality Manager and/or their delegate. -Support and be involved in safety, PIMS and plant training programs as required. Support and maintain nondiscriminatory practices in accordance with the Division Affirmative Action Program.
Diversity and Inclusion:
With our expanding global presence, cross-cultural insight and competence are essential for our ongoing success. We believe that a diverse workforce contributes different perspectives and creative ideas that enable us to continue to improve every day. Race, gender, ethnicity, country of origin, age, personal style, sexual orientation, physical ability, religion, life experiences and many more factors contribute to this diversity.
We take ongoing action to improve the diversity of our workforce by:
Ensuring leadership involvement and ownership
Attracting and retaining diverse talent at all levels
Fostering a globally aware, inclusive culture
Ensuring our practices are fair and non-discriminatory
At Pentair, we believe the health of our world depends on reliable access to clean, safe water. We deliver a comprehensive range of smart, sustainable water solutions to homes, business and industry around the world. Our industry leading and proven portfolio of solutions enables people, business and industry to access clean, safe water. Whether it’s improving, moving or enjoying water, we help manage the world’s most precious resource. Smart, Sustainable Water Solutions. For Life.
Pentair had revenue in 2019 revenue of $3 billion, and trades under the ticker symbol PNR. With approximately 120 locations in 25 countries and 9,500 employees, we believe that the future of water depends on us.