Wages starting at $13.50/hour and up, depending on experience. $1.00 increase at day 90. This is a 1st shift position!
· Perform the required quality control testing of product in process using the prescribed procedures and techniques.
· Based on the results of quality control testing, make any necessary formula adjustments in order to bring the product into specification. Document any adjustments on the batch ticket, and on QC card.
· Approve as finished goods any in-process products that meet specification. Sign off on the batch ticket and on the QC card.
· Calculate and document on the batch ticket the reworking of “cm’s” during a run.
· Notify production (Operator, Leadperson or Supervisor) immediately with the results of any in-process testing.
· Notify production immediately to stop a run if it cannot be brought into specification.
· Perform the required incoming quality control testing for incoming raw resin materials that are not on a COA approval basis.
· Based on the results of incoming quality control testing or the COA, approve for use any raw resin material that meets specification. Approval-stamp the bill of lading.
· Notify the Laboratory Manager immediately if:
· An incoming raw material is out of specification, or testing is concluded.
· An in-process product cannot be brought into specification.
· Perform the necessary color matching procedures in order to match customer samples/standards.
· Keep current and complete all documents, logs and files that are required in the standard operating procedures.
· Maintain the cleanliness and organization of the laboratory (team effort).
· Use the appropriate safety procedures and practices while performing laboratory functions.
· Initiate corrective action for any nonconformance that you feel is a shortcoming in our quality process.
· If appointed by the Laboratory Manager, fulfill specified functions that are normally the responsibility of the Laboratory Manager. This will occur during times when the Laboratory Manager is not available (i.e. vacations) to perform these functions. It is normally the more experienced technicians who are appointed.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
· High school diploma or GED.
· Ability to communicate, read and write in English.
· Inquisitive mind and strong problem solving skills.
· Ability to work with computers.
· Strong analytical skills.
· Strong work ethic.
· Good attendance record.
· Good communication skills.
· Excellent color aptitude.
· Ability to manage multiple priorities.
· Ability to follow directions.
· Ability to use lab analytical equipment and dryers.
· Experience in injection molding, blow molding, extrusion, and blending of various materials in color business is a plus.
· Standing, walking, sitting, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, stooping, kneeling, reaching, climbing (various heights), handling, fingering, talking, hearing, visual acuity-near and far.
· Ability to lift and move up to 55 lbs.
· Must wear all Chroma required Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
· Exposure to outside and inside conditions, noise, fumes, odors, dust.
We offer competitive pay, an incentive bonus plan and excellent benefit programs. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, company paid life and long-term and short-term disability programs, plus flexible spending accounts and a 401(k) with an employer match. In addition, we offer generous paid time off. Most benefits start on Day One!
Job Type: Full-time
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: From $13.50 per hour
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision insurance
- 8 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:
- Dependable — more reliable than spontaneous
- Only full-time employees eligible
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