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Quality Inspector/Re-Work Operator-Antioch, IL

Posted by Katie Skudlarczyk on Apr 23, 2020 1:05:34 PM

Goodwill TalentBridge, along with our client, is currently recruiting for a Quality Inspector/Re-Work Operator to work in the Antioch, IL area.

The company manufactures steering wheels for commercial vehicles. This is a temp to hire opportunity on 1st shift; previous Quality experience is required. 


To perform detailed product, material, or component sorts or re-work activities along with QA operations tasks and special projects to support operations. This includes all materials, components, and goods used in the manufacturing process - in process and finished process - for all departments including warranty, supplier, and returns. 


  1. Perform sort or re-work activities as defined by Quality Assurance Mgr., with input from Operations or Engineering Supervisors as needed.

  2. Complete special projects defined by Quality Assurance Mgr.

  3. Summary reports for MRB distribution, collect quality data as to part status-final disposition in our electronic software program.

  4. Provide reports to Quality Assurance and Operations Management on activities completed.

  5. Maintain detailed Paretto charts-records of sort or re-work or projects executed.

  6. As required, Support Operations and Quality Assurance Activities out on the shop floor- back up as needed for receiving, order prep, inventory activities.

  7. Cross training on Incoming Inspection and provide back up as needed. Record keeping and managing Customer Warranties Website (I.e. Daimler-Blue Bird, etc.) with QA Mgr. input.

  8. Take on Continuous Improvement Projects during the course of each year.

  9. All other duties as assigned by the QA. Mgr. – Manage Gagetrak calibration software-calibration of internal gages and making plans when gages need to be sent out for calibration and return thereof. 

  10. Manage RGA’s / Warranties in the Excel- Oracle data base

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