Quality Assurance Technician

Quality Assurance Technician
in Tualatin, OR - US

Job Description

Position Overview

The Quality Assurance Technician is responsible for performing set-up, in-process, and final inspections on bill of material products and finished goods produced in assigned areas of responsibility.  The goal of this position is to support manufacturing with 100% defect free production while adhering to established costs.

Essential Functions

  • Verifies all production set-ups are made correctly and conform to established standards for quality
  • Performs surveillance inspection during production, to include, but not limited to pre- and final testing
  • Conducts final audits following established procedures to verify product quality prior to customer shipment
  • Completes all necessary paperwork in accordance with established procedures
  • Maintains quality records for assigned areas
  • Assists manufacturing employees with analysis and problem solving as needed
  • Issues work orders as necessary
  • Conducts inventory audits
  • Assists in screening non-conforming materials as requested
  • Supports process scrap analysis
  • Pulling inventory, assembling and soldering of all custom PC boards, as needed for assigned 
  • upcoming systems
  • Programming of specific integrated circuit chips, as needed for controls
  • Final testing of systems before shipment to customer
  • Proficiency in hand soldering for through-hole and surface mount circuit board; use of air
  • powered screw-guns, drills and other hand tools


  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • An Associate’s DegreeORequivalent experience working with electronics and PCA standards
  • Some college level courseworkORminimum 3 years’ prior warehouse experience is preferred


  • Must be capable of using basic electronic and electrical measuring devices and tools
  • Ability to successfully complete Blueprint Reading Class and read wiring schematics and/or riser
  • Diagrams
  • Knowledge of electronic devices preferred
  • Must have the ability to clearly communicate both verbally and in writing in the English language
  • Must have excellent sight, hearing and verbal communication skills both in person and on the telephone along with the eye, hand and body coordination necessary to efficiently operate any assigned equipment within the department and / or warehouse
  • Good communication and time management skills as well as careful attention to detail
  • Proficient in the use of soldering irons and hand power tools
  • Proficient in the use of electronic testing and measuring devices



Leviton is an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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