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Lead Containment Technician

The Containment Lead Technician trains, develops, and motivates work group members to achieve required production results, improve each individual group member’s technical skills and abilities, and promote teamwork when on project deployment, while satisfying the company’s goals and needs in an effective manner. When not deployed on a project, they will assume 100% Containment Technician duties, ensuring that the assembly process runs smoothly as the first line of defense, reporting to the home site lead. Ability to travel on a flexible schedule as needed with variable lengths of time and distances.

Project Leadership Duties:

  • Ensure that the work-group facility and finished product meets the customer’s standards of quality
  • Establish and sustain sound relationships with all work group members, fostering a work environment where innovative methods are used effectively to solve issues
  • Provide leadership and technical expertise, which demonstrates commitment to the company, department, group, and customer goals on a day to day basis
  • Perform Containment Technician duties
  • Facilitate the effective interchange of information between work groups, support resources, and the customer
  • Complete other duties and/or responsibilities as assigned

Containment Technician Duties:

  • Inspect or perform sorts/reworks on non-conforming and/or suspect material, using measuring and gaging tools and visual techniques in determining conformance to engineering specifications
  • Determine the method(s) and process(es) needed to measure part conformance, according to the allowed dimensional tolerances and normal gaging practices
  • Document and report non-conformances to specifications using computerized quality documentation system and/or controlled paperwork.
  • Contain non-conforming parts and materials, sorting and reworking non-conforming parts and material when necessary
  • Complete other duties and/or responsibilities as assigned

 JOB SKILLS & COMPETENCIES                                 

  • Ability to create/read work instructions
  • Comprehension-level knowledge and ability to interpret engineering drawings and specifications
  • Comprehension-level knowledge and understanding of inspection techniques, and the selection and manipulation of measuring tools, equipment (including pallet jack and hoist) and gages.
  • Demonstrated understanding of quality systems and inspection methods
  • Demonstrated multitasking ability, and work effectively without direct supervision
  • Operating level proficiency in using MS Office Suite and web-based application programs
  • Demonstrated ability in reprioritizing projects and assigned tasks
  • Identify, analyze, and remedy quality problems relating to effective line job functions
  • Demonstrated ability in written and verbal communication
  • Perform visual inspection of painted surfaces, surfaces, surface defects, cleanliness and packaging
  • Able to unpack and repackage material safely and as instructed
  • Record Keeping


  • High School Diploma
  • Previous work experience in a quality or containment background preferred


This position does not include supervisory responsibilities


This position is located in an industrial/production environment and as such may be exposed to the following:

  • Intermittent moving or lifting up to 50 pounds
  • Intermittent exposure to extreme cold and extreme heat
  • In proximity to moving mechanical parts and machinery
  • Exposure to electrical shock and vibration
  • Exposure to noise level of industrial/production environment – Usually very loud
  • Working in close proximity to customer/client
  • Exposure to fumes, noxious odors, dusts, mists, gases, and poor ventilation
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