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Lead Inspector Seneca

The ForceOne Team Lead is responsible to run operations and manage employees on a designated shift at a customer site. This involves ensuring the completion of inspections while adhering to all customer requirements as outlined in the work instruction and to performing re-verification of the inspection process. The Lead is responsible for completing and submitting required reports and documentation to their Field Supervisor daily. The Lead will train and develop inspectors on their shift and keep a consistent flow of communication between the inspectors and the on-site Supervisor.

Inspector Fletcher, NC

We are looking for Quality Inspectors and Team Leads in the Fletcher, NC area. No experience needed; we have a Field Supervisor on site to train.

Material Handler Allentown, PA

The ForceOne Material Handler will provide help to the shipping department moving materials. Some Quality Inspections and heavy lifting may be required.

Inspector Seneca, SC

Quality Inspector - 8hrs 1st/2nd/3rd shift, Monday-Friday with some weekend work The ForceOne quality inspector is responsible for the examination and potential rework of customer parts. The specific parts vary from customer to customer and some projects may require heavy lifting, which would be communicated in advance. Most of the clientele is in the automotive field; however, we do have clients in aerospace, lawn and garden and other fields. Each project has its own specific written work instructions explaining the defects the inspector will need to look for.

Inspector Durham, NC

The ForceOne quality inspector is responsible for the examination and potential rework of customer parts. The specific parts vary from customer to customer – industries varying. Each project has its own specific written work instructions explaining the defects the inspector will need to look for.

Inspector Greer/Spartanburg, SC

The ForceOne quality inspector is responsible for the examination and potential rework of customer parts. The specific parts vary from customer to customer – industries varying. Each project has its own specific written work instructions explaining the defects the inspector will need to look for.