Burlington, IA Quality Lab Tech Weekend Shift

Job Summary (State overall purpose of the job in 2-3 sentences)

Under direct supervision, performs a variety of routine laboratory operations in a quality assurance setting. Duties usually consist of making measurements, performing several routine quantitative and qualitative biological or chemical analytical tests according to standard procedures.

 

 

Essential Job Duties (Most important job duties explained clearly and concisely)

  •           Monitoring of product in manufacturing including color, moisture, PH, weight, size etc.in a timely manner
  •           Inspection of finished product (package, seal integrity, codes, weights, etc)
  •           Packaged product evaluation
  •           Metal detection validation
  •           Record keeping
  •           Holding product
  •           Varied inspections throughout the week
  •           Operate and calibrate applicable testing machines
  •           Pulling quality approved samples as requested
  •           May perform other duties as required.

 

Hours are 7AM-7PM or 7PM-7AM Friday- Sunday

 

Scope of Responsibility (Authority to act, number of employees supervised, sales volume $, projected budget $, level of decision making or impact of decisions made to the organization)

No supervisory or budgeting responsibilities. Authority only consists of when it hinders the quality of the product being produced and place items on hold.

 

Supervisory Responsibility(List Title(s) of Jobs Supervised.  An organization chart should be included with job description when submitted)  

N/A

 

Knowledge and Skill Requirements (Knowledge, skills, and abilities normally required for competent performance in the job – writing skills, communication skills, analytical skills, attention to detail, license, specific technical skills, etc.  List licenses or professional certifications required for the job.)

Attention to details, math abilities, computer literate

 

Language Skills (Written, verbal communication skills)

Excellent written and verbal communication skills

 

Mathematical Skills (Strong, average, weak mathematical skills)

Above average math skills

 

Machines, Tools, or Equipment Used (List major machines, tools, equipment used and how often they are used – occasionally, frequently, continuously)

Caliper – frequently

Scales – frequently

Machines used for testing: Moisture, salt, pH, and color. Knowledge on machines is done by on-the-job training.

 

 

Education and Experience (Minimum and preferred educational requirements, years of experience needed to successfully perform the job – High School or GED, High School plus specialized vocation or technical education, college degree)

High school or GED

 

 

Professional Licenses or Certifications (List professional licenses or certificates required for the job)

N/A

 

Physical Demands (The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job)

 

 

Place an “x” in the box for each of the categories below:

Sitting

Seldom: 

Occasionally: X

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Standing

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Walking

Seldom:

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Driving

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Using hands

Seldom:

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Continuously:  X

Climbing

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Stooping, Kneeling

Seldom:

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Talking, Hearing

Seldom:

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Continuously: X

Tasting, Smelling

Seldom:

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Continuously: X

 

Weight:  Place an “x” in the box for each of the categories below:

Up to 10 pounds

Seldom

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Up to 25 pounds

Seldom

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Up to 50 pounds

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Up to 100 pounds

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More than 100lbs

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Pushing up to 25lbs

Seldom: 

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Pulling up to 25lbs

Seldom: 

Occasionally:

Frequently:   X

Continuously:

 

Work Environment (The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while successfully perform the essential functions of the job)

 

Place an “x” in the box for each of the categories below:

Lighting

Poor:

Fair: 

Good: X

Temperature

Poor:

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Good: X

Ventilation

Poor:

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Good: X

Vibration

Poor:

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Noise

Poor:

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Other:

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Adverse Working Conditions(List adverse working conditions – dirt, noise, fumes, heat/cold, etc. and how frequently exposure occurs.  Impact could be all areas inside or outside of the facility).

Subject to indoor facility and outdoor weather conditions, dust, noise, heat/cold.

 

Travel Required (Indicate type of travel and % of time travel is required)

N/A

 

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed above are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

To Apply:

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