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Quality Assurance Specialist

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Officeteam Boulder , CO 80301

Posted 3 months ago

Job duties and responsibilities: ? Follow and complete test plans provided by PQ engineering staff ? Plan work with input from engineers and schedule overtime to meet business needs ? Prepare and organize print sample input (cutting and labeling samples) ? Operate PQ lab equipment to measure samples and produce output data for engineers ? Use MS Excel spreadsheets to organize and store measurement data corresponding to various operating points ? Exhibit high quality standards by producing repeatable and reliable results ? Interface with Ricoh management to provide coverage, improve processes and address operational problems ? Operate Paper Testing equipment to measure physical properties for engineers as time allows ? Apply basic knowledge of imaging and color science including color spaces to help engineers design new and more efficient testing ? Perform defined equipment maintenance and calibration and keep records of calibration ? Train other operators in equipment and PQ lab operations and procedures as needed ? Contribute to a clean and safe working environment. ? Able to work independently as well as in a group ? Be able to handle a fast paced and often changing priority of projects ? Able to handle multiple projects at once ? Good organizational skills are a must ? Willingness and ability to learn effectively ? Knowledge of imaging and/or photography

Responsibilities:
Preferred abilities and skills: ? Normal Color Vision ? Basic PC, Microsoft Office skills ? Knowledge of Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator or similar ? Basic programming skills or desire to learn ? Scripting language skills or desire to learn ? Statistical methods and testing background ? Be familiar with operation of high-speed, digital printers using ink-jet and electro-photographic technology and associated pre and post processing equipment.

Requirements
Compliance, Operations, Assistant, QA - Quality Assurance, QC - Quality Control, Testing

Employment Type: Temporary


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Quality Assurance Specialist

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