Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Independent Quality Auditor with extensive background in maintaining compliance data documentation for injection and aluminum manufacturing companies. Meticulous leader in policy and regulatory investigations providing consistent auditing expertise and solutions. High-energy auditor with excellent communication skills. Experienced Quality Auditor with well-honed analytical skills with regulatory compliance auditing experience for more then 20 years. Solution-focused professional highly-regarded among peers and supervisors in injection and aluminum industry. Skilled auditor who works diligently with all levels of peers, management and external authorities to meet the customer requirements.

  • First piece and sample Testing Documentation for cpk's studies.
  • Specification Analysis
  • Quality Control Data Compilation
  • Consistent Procedure and Protocol Use
  • Staff Training
  • Regulator Submission Support
  • Finished Goods Inspection
  • Raw Materials Receiving
  • Safety Compliance
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Data Capture and Analysis
  • Microsoft Office
  • Production Monitoring and Assessment
  • Measurement Collection
  • Corrective Action Implementation
  • Independent Decision Making
  • Dimensional Gauges Calibration
  • Data Entry
  • Report Preparation
Work History
Quality Auditor, 06/2017 to 08/2021
Illinois Tool WorksPensacola, FL,
  • Inspected work areas regularly to identify good product, quality control procedures and worker actions in need of improvement.
  • Completed timely quality reports studies, deficiencies and recommending corrective actions.
  • Identified issues of non-compliance with a reworked label and elevated reports to supervisors and personnel.
  • Compared quantity, quality and labeling of customer orders to check accuracy and completeness.
  • Inspected raw and in-processed materials to determine quality and any not meeting minimum standards.
  • Trained employee's on dimensional, visual and documentation require to meet customer needs and regulations.
  • Audited activities of workers on production lines, including warehouse personnel managing shipping and receiving.
  • Maintained data of 30 pieces and first piece approval to show compliance with customer needs and meet customer requirements and regulations.
  • Verified manufacturing team compliance with quality control processes to help minimize rework and keep costs low.
  • Trained and oriented employees to improve compliance with quality control protocols.
  • Use tools such as calipers, micrometer, pin gauges, block gauges, height gauge, vision system, basic cmm activities and progression gauge. to determined the quality of the finished product.
  • performed calibration duties on calipers, pin gauges, block gauges, micrometer and other tools.
Quality Control Inspector, 06/1998 to 06/2008
MckessonColumbus, OH,
  • Monitored performance and generated reports detailing quality of product and defect rates.
  • Completed precise measurements using special tools.
  • Performed visual inspections and non-destructive tests where appropriate.
  • Evaluated components and final products against quality standards and manufacturing specifications.
  • Studied blueprints and design specs to uphold best-in-class knowledge of finished good products.
  • Reported repeated issues to supervisors and other departments, collaborating to identify issue roots and rectify problems.
  • Used calipers, height gauge, pin gauges micrometer and other tools to inspect quality of products, taking note of functionality, appearance and other specifications.
  • Sampled 30 pieces of products for detailed cpk's analysis.
  • Conducted first piece approvals to evaluate comprehensive quality of finished product, noting results in excell application and rejecting or removing defective items.
  • Collect data readings throughout production processes to monitor quality of material been produced.
  • Examined parts for defects or issues, reported problems quickly and maintained high levels of accuracy.
  • Conducted inspections, tests and measurements of dimensional and visual to verify adherence with regulations and desired specifications.
  • Used hand tools, instruments, gauges and equipment to complete accurate measurements and noted results for official records.
Lead Operator, 07/1993 to 06/1998
Northwell HealthHarrison, NY,
  • Assigned tasks to team members such as providing correct tooling for the job.
  • assign press and trained new employee's on their duties
  • Provide labeling and packaging boxes
  • released operators for break.
  • Monitor operators on safety, correct fill in documentations, data entry and cleanliness .
Machine Operartor, 08/1991 to 07/1993
Rio Grande PlasticCity, STATE,

Assign to run, pack and label finished product, Safety duties and cleaning plus other duties such as help and train new operators.

No Degree: Computer Specialist, Expected in
South Texas College - Mcallen, TX
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1991
Pharr, San Jessica, Alamo High School - Pharr, TX,

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  • South Texas College
  • Pharr, San Jessica, Alamo High School

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