Have you ever considered all of the technology and talent that goes into producing a gift card or a hotel key card? Maybe you should!
Let's talk about all of the expertise involved in delivering functional print products to the world's most recognized and respected brands -- and where you might fit in.
PLI is the largest Hospitality, Gift, and Loyalty Card manufacturer on the planet. But we know size without stature is meaningless. Being the biggest is the purposeful result of our determined drive to be the best. Dedicated to our customers' success. Invested in our employees' goals and achievements. We work hard. We play hard.
We nurture our own and give back to our communities. We don't just manufacture an impressive variety of card products. We deliver solutions in card form.
The Quality Assurance Auditor position is responsible for complying with all referenced quality procedures and work instructions, performing the required inspections. Visual inspections of parts or materials for cosmetic defects and through processes and tests that inspect the functionality of a part or product. The role is responsible for the effective use of inspection equipment for completing the necessary forms and maintaining filing records. They serve as the eyes of the customer on each aspect of the production processes. They are also responsible for adhering to company employment policies and safety requirements.
- Review current work practices to identify areas in which quality or productivity could be improved.
- Conduct internal quality audits.
- Monitor the manufacturing process at different stages to meet customer satisfaction and quality levels.
- Follow job ticket, ship to, packing list, pallet details, bundle labels, and shipping labels for correct information per customer's requirements.
- Follow customer approved proof, data proof, and job ticket information for the specifications of products and materials.
- Ensure PLI standards & tolerances and met.
- Identify inconsistencies and assist to discover their causes and implement corrective action.
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
1. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is primarily in an indoor setting, but may be exposed to variable temperature conditions indoor and outside (occasionally extreme heat or extreme cold). The employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts, toxic or caustic chemicals, and dust and/or mite hazards. The employee must be prepared to respond to emergencies should they occur. The noise level in the environment is usually moderate.
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