• Quality Control (QC) Inspector

    Location US-UT-Orem
    # Positions
    1
    Experience (Years)
    2
    Category
    Manufacturing
  • Position Description

    At a Glance

     

    US - UT - Orem

    Quality Control Inspector

    Legrand has an excellent opportunity for a Quality Control Inspector to join our Building Control Team in Orem, UT.  You will process and log returned materials, conduct analytical tests on returned materials and document your findings. You will also complete product and process audits and document findings and recommendations for improvements.


     

    What Will You Do?

    • Process returned lighting controls.
    • Inspect returned materials and record findings in the appropriate software system (JD Edwards, SalesForce.com).
    • Investigate customer issues, test product and contact resources to ensure completion.
    • Perform audits of product and processes - initiate and follow-up on corrective actions.
    • Perform analytical tests on materials to ensure functionality.
    • Work with Quality Assurance Technicians to reconcile returns data with QA/QC controls tracking.
    • Assist quality engineering in product development tasks.
    • Provide management with timely information regarding receipts and quality audits.

    Qualifications

     

     

    Basic Qualifications:

    • Associates degree in a technical discipline or four years related work experience.
    • Minimum of two years experience as an entry level quality inspector.

     
    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Excellent organizational, time management and multi-tasking skills.
    • Ability to work independently.
    • Computer and Internet proficiency.
    • Knowledge of Agile, PKMS, Lotus Notes, MS Word, MS Excel
    • Familiarity with regulatory agencies such as UL, CSA, TUV, VDE, and FCC a plus.
    • Certifications in CQI, Six Sigma, 5S preferred.

     

     

     

     

     

    Company Info

    About Legrand

    Every day, Legrand brings power, light and data to millions of spaces around the world. Legrand is a global, publicly-traded company listed on the Euronext (Legrand SA EPA: LR) with 36,000 employees worldwide, a market cap of $16B, revenue of more than $5 billion, with products sold in 180 countries. Legrand is listed on the Forbes Global 2000 as one of the world’s best employers.  For more information, visit legrand.com.

     

    About Legrand North and Central America

    Legrand North and Central America (LNCA) employs over 5,000 associates in 60 locations, working in 6 product categories (Electrical Wiring Systems, Building Control Systems, AV, Data Communications, Power Distribution and Control, and Lighting).  LNCA offers comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage.  LNCA also offers distinctive benefits like high employer 401K match, above-benchmark paid maternity leave, paid time off to volunteer, and an active women’s network.  LNCA is an employee-centered, growth company with tremendous opportunity.  For more information, visit legrand.us.  

     

    About Legrand’s Building Control Systems Division

    Legrand’s Building Control Systems (BCS) division includes the Wattstopper and Solarfective product lines.  Wattstopper offers the most comprehensive line of simple, scalable and flexible energy efficient lighting controls and solutions for commercial and residential applications. These products, programs, and services have been helping customers save energy, meet green initiatives and comply with energy codes for more than 30 years.  Solarfective gives Legrand customers the most energy efficient, easy-to-use advanced shading and lighting control solutions. For more information, visit lerand.us/lighting-controls-building-systems.

     

     

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     Equal Opportunity Employer

     

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