Qc Inspector resume example with 19+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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High-energy QC/Supervisor/Fabricator bringing leadership skills and Stainless knowledge developed over 19-year career. Proficient in conducting inspections, monitoring machinery and promoting efficient production. Clear communicator with decisive and well-organized nature. Dedicated, loyal and customer-oriented Supervisor. Possesses strong knowledge of best practices and principles of employee coordination including work assignment, planning, review and training in work procedures. Blends superb time management and organizational skills with attention to detail.

Focused Supervisor offering strong background in policy and safety procedure development, implementation and enforcement. Quality driven leader, leveraging exceptional employee training and development capabilities. Supports corporate strategy by developing team and individual goals, objectives, operational standards and expectations for safety, quality and productivity.

  • Leadership
  • Equipment operation
  • Production experience
  • Inspection procedures
  • Supervision
  • Team management
  • Team building
  • Business operations
  • Process improvement
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Planning and coordination
  • Problem resolution
  • Product testing
  • Safety procedures
  • Quality control
  • Training and mentorship
  • Inspection documentation
  • Processes and procedures
  • Mentoring and coaching
  • Goal-oriented
  • Data analysis and reporting
  • Operational improvement
  • TIG welding expert
  • Grinding understanding
QC Inspector, 09/2020 to Current
Dak AmericasColumbia, SC,
  • Helped reduce errors and rejected items by proposing and implementing new improvements.
  • Generated reports with documented findings and recommendations.
  • Worked with engineers to facilitate research and development testing, correct mechanical failures and generate technical specifications prior to release.
  • Consulted with engineers to resolve quality, production and efficiency problems.
  • Developed and implemented best practices for defect prevention and continuous improvement.
  • Maintained strong knowledge of SWI by participating in workshops and attending regular trainings.
  • Inspected quality of finished products, making minor repairs to meet project expectations.
  • Inspected repairs and modifications made to vessels and trailer equipment.
  • Conducted quality audits and root cause analysis and coordinated government inspections, quality testing and training for welding/polishing programs at 2 work centers.
Supervisor, 12/2013 to 09/2020
Faurecia Interior SystemsBlue Springs, MO,
  • Complied with company policies, objectives and communication goals.
  • Established and enforced clear goals to keep employees working collaboratively.
  • Coached and mentored 38 staff members through constructive feedback to develop long-term career goals.
  • Conducted evaluations and reviews for 38 employees.
  • Interviewed applicants, recommended individuals for hiring and evaluated staff performance.
  • Transformed work area by increasing production, reducing turnover, eliminating waste and enhancing quality.
  • Resolved customer complaints and adjusted policies to meet changing needs.
  • Developed position rotation to support continuous improvement and operator development.
  • Performed minor equipment repairs to keep jobs on task and notified maintenance department of major machinery failures.
  • Identified and corrected performance and personnel issues to reduce impact to business operations.
  • Promoted employee safety awareness based on understanding of regulatory mandates and organizational best practices.
  • Realigned workflows with changing business demands by evaluating processes and employee strengths.
  • Established and maintained operating schedules to provide effective coverage for key areas and achieve objectives.
  • Provided ongoing training to address staff needs.
  • Coordinated with internal departments to maximize operational efficiency across production and administrative areas.
Fabrication Welder, 08/2001 to 12/2013
ChromaloxPennsylvania Furnace, PA,
  • Prevented distortion of parts by monitoring fitting, burning and welding processes.
  • Applied knowledge of metallurgy, geometry and welding techniques to determine optimal welding strategies.
  • Adjusted gas flow and pressure to create and maintain desired flames.
  • Maximized shop organization and equipment lifespan by maintaining equipment.
  • Combined welding techniques, knowledge of metallurgy and engineering requirements to produce quality work.
  • Used hand tools to cut, contour and bevel metal and structural shapes to accurate dimensions.
  • Inspected and repaired components to implement corrective action.
  • Set up and operated welding equipment to complete all welding projects on-time.
  • Monitored fitting, burning and welding processes to avoid overheating parts, warping, shrinking, distortion and expansion of materials.
  • Removed loose materials and thick scale, slag or rust to prepare material surfaces for welding.
  • Set up equipment and welded parts according to welding chart specifications and type.
  • Positioned and clamped workpieces together and properly assembled in jigs and fixtures.
  • Inspected grooves, angles and gap allowances with micrometer, caliper and precision measuring instruments.
  • Obtained desired configurations by clamping and tack-welding components.
  • Cleaned and degreased weld joints and workpieces efficiently.
  • Laid out, positioned, aligned and secured parts and assemblies with straightedges and combination square sand calipers.
  • Followed all safety guidelines, including proper machine guarding and lockout and tagout procedures.
  • Adjusted weld machines to correct settings prior to weld applications for precision and waste reduction.
  • Completed minor torch ups with MIG welders.
  • Conducted precision cutting with power saws, hand shears and chipping knives.
  • Prepared broken parts for welding by properly grooving and scarfing surfaces.
  • Inspected chains, hammers and other tools for damage or wear to prevent injuries and accidents.
  • Laid out, fitted and fabricated metal components.
  • Scraped off excess spatter and other materials using portable grinders and arc-cutting equipment.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2000
Mauston High School - Mauston, WI
: , Expected in
UWL - LaCrosse,
  • Completed professional development in Supervisory Management
: , Expected in
WWTC - ,

Journeyman Fabricator

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School Attended

  • Mauston High School
  • UWL
  • WWTC

Job Titles Held:

  • QC Inspector
  • Supervisor
  • Fabrication Welder


  • High School Diploma
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • Some College (No Degree)

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