Quality Technician
Magna Seating
London, ON
Company Introduction
Qualtech Seating Systems is a division of Magna International Inc. a leading global supplier of technologically advanced automotive systems, components and complete modules. As the most diversified automotive components supplier in the world, Magna designs, engineers and manufactures a complete range of exterior and interior vehicle systems. Magna's Customers, the major automotive Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), recognize the Company for its innovative technology, product design and total vehicle program management. Qualtech Seating Systems supplies automotive seating and interior roof vehicle systems to General Motors.

Job Introduction
Reporting to the Assistant Quality Manager, the Quality Technician is responsible for, but not limited to, verifying that in-process and finished goods (internal and customer related) satisfy all customer requirements. Responsible for release and disposition of conforming and non-conforming material.

Major Responsibilities
Responsible for maintaining safe working conditions and following all Safety Rules at QSS. Follows all Plant Standards, and ensures compliance to the QSS employee handbook along with all QSS policies and procedures. Responsible to ensure they are aware of the correct and safe way to operate their equipment, follows all work instructions and complies with Company standards on the use of personal protective equipment. Responsible for recognizing and rectifying unsafe working conditions and maintains excellent housekeeping (5S) at QSS. Ensure that all quality departmental objectives and activities participated in at QSS are aligned to the Magna Employee Charter and Magna Corporate Constitution. Adheres to Technical System Procedures, Quality instructions and compliance to all QSS policies and procedures. Basic understanding of the IATF 16949 principles. Review, identify, document and disposition of all defective components. Monitor in-process and finished goods. Maintains and organizes the QSS quarantine areas. Reviews and dispositions all material returned from the customer, conducts and documents audits. Conduct MSA studies as required (Gauge R&R). Conduct capability studies and prepare reports for PPAP's, etc. (Hpoints, efforts, CPK). Measure, monitor and audit product and process performance. Perform required process and product checks as required (Fixture check, static torque check, FAM). Respond to internal and external customer calls as required and in a timely manner. Initiate and actively participates in problem solving. Perform special projects in support of the organization's business objectives. Other projects and duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Education
Minimum completion of grade 12. Post secondary education preferred.

Work Experience
Minimum 3 years working experience with one (1) year of related experience in a manufacturing facility. Two to five years of related quality inspection experience preferred.

Skills and Competencies
Good understanding of engineering principles, documentation and blueprint reading preferred. Able to multi task with ability to use all types of inspection measuring devices such as calipers, micrometers, pin gauges, block gauges, etc. Good understanding of QSS assembly operations. Good organizational skills, ability to work independently and on a team. Willing to work shifts and overtime as required and ability to read and write English. An energetic, diligent work ethic and ability to work with little supervision. Good computer skills, including but not limited to, the use of Microsoft Office products. Excellent time management skills.