QA Supervisor (NTN Driveshaft)

Company Name:
American NTN Bearing Mfg. Corp.
## Description
Quality Supervisor
NTN is one of the world's premier bearing manufacturers in the world serving the automotive and industrial markets for over 90 years. Proven stability, growing sales and career opportunities are a few factors that that set NTN apart. NTN Driveshaft, an NTN Company, has an immediate opening for a Quality Supervisor, in our Columbus, IN location. NTN Driveshaft manufactures Constant Velocity Joints (CVJs) for all of the major automotive OEMs. These customers include Honda, Ford, Toyota, GM, Chrysler, etc. NTN Driveshaft is a vibrant and growing company.


Responsibilities include but are not limited to :
Coordinate and Oversee the Activities of a QA Technician Group
Responsible for QA Technician Performance Reviews
Responsible to determine Product Quality (Supplier and Internal)
Track Attendance thru DARTs & E-Time
Responsible for scheduling Test Equipment Trials
Responsible for working with Customers/Suppliers
Strengthen 5S in QA department
Requirements include:
Machining and Assembly Knowledge
Knowledge of NDI Gauging
Demonstrated Leadership Experience
Ability to set and achieve Prioritized Goals (Daily and Long Term)
Excellent Communication (Verbal and Written) and People Skills
Coaching, Counseling, and Documentation
Ability to help implement corrective actions and work well on countermeasure teams
NTN Driveshaft offers a full range of comprehensive benefits that _far exceed_ the industry standard, including medical, dental, vision, as well as matching 401(k), paid vacation, tuition reimbursement. NTN Driveshaft is an equal opportunity employer that strongly supports diversity in the work place.
Qualified applicants should apply online at:
Position listed as "Quality Supervisor (NTN Driveshaft)"
## Qualifications
## Job
## Primary Location
Job: Quality
Primary Location: Indiana-Columbus-8251 International Drive
Organization: Plants
Job Posting: Feb 6, 2014, 12:23:55 PM
Req ID: 825135

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