To be rescheduled (possibly September) due
to low summer turnout:
"The Mission of ASQ Northeastern Pennsylvania is to promote the use of
the principles and tools of Quality in Northeastern Pennsylvania's
businesses and public institutions and become a source of Quality
related expertise for our membership and community."
Outreach in Higher Education and Beyond!
Hadassah Mativetsky started as a Software Quality Engineer
at Universal Instruments in September 2015. Prior to working as an
Hadassah was a program and research coordinator at Binghamton
Between her BA in Mathematics and her MS in Systems Science she worked
jobs, volunteered and traveled the world. She is currently the
District 65 Division D director and is passionate about helping people
leaders and public speakers. She is also the ASQ Binghamton
Program Chair and Social Media Co-chair as well as a Software Division
at Large. She tweets about STEM at
personal website can
be found at: https://sites.google.com/site/hadassahjoann/ and her
August 14 Plant Tour of CornellCookson
in Mountaintop PA
23 and October 24: NEQC Conference in Marlborough, MA.
ASQ Section 1302 is
offering prep courses for CQE & CMQ/OE certification. These are
online classes with learner-learner and faculty-learner interaction and
For more information,
please visit: http://www.asq-1302.org/education-and-training/cqe-test-prep/
Note: Changes in Recertification
|2 or more certifications
Job, posted May 18 2018
Dynamics - Ordnance and Tactical
to 20+ years
activities to support operations/manufacturing for a large caliper
manufacturing facility. Manage and provide continual improvement of
quality policy, quality objectives, to the ISO 9001:2008 quality
system, ensuring that the customer product requirements and company
requirements are met.
Maintain Certification of the company's ISO 9001:2008 Quality
certification. Coordinate customer interface activities on product
new product development, readiness reviews, quality planning, first
testing, and customer complaints. Provide methodologies for
cause and corrective and preventive actions due to product or QMS
Ensures proper flow down of customer or internal requirements to
contractors. Provide support for cross-functional activities for
improvement opportunities. Provide oversight of a team of quality
inspectors and Quality Assurance Engineers (QE’s) engaged in planning,
inspection, testing, tabulating, and evaluation activities to ensure
productivity and high technical reliability of materials and
processes. Designs, develops, and implement quality control training
Responsible for the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of
Quality Department. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in
GD-OTS policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include
hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing
appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees;
complaints and resolving problems. Responsibility includes
compliance with all environmental and safety programs within the GD-OTS
Continuous Improvement – Must be able to provide practical process
techniques to minimize process variations utilizing Six Sigma,
Process Control (SPC), and Lean Manufacturing tools.
Control Techniques - Must possess skills in Product Quality Planning,
FMEA’s, Risk Management, Process Validations, and Statistical Sampling,
Metrology, Gage Design, Gage Repeatability and Reproducibility.
Leadership – Must be a decisive team leader with extensive experience
hiring, training, and developing talent within the organization to
Communication - Persuasive communicator with well-developed
problem solving skills. Able to develop relationships with colleagues,
customers, and staff, to encourage cross-functional communication.
Specific Skills: Ability to lead, work collaboratively and
all levels of the organization, including management, supervisory and
employees. Acts with integrity in all aspects of work. Good problem
skills with the ability to apply investigative skills and solution
approach to addressing problems and issues, considering root cause,
repeatability and compliance requirements. A strong sense of
results and principles. Excellent communications skills, strong
skills, including the ability to capture, analyze and interpret and
data in a meaningful format. Strong organizational skills, and ability
self-prioritize and successfully manage multiple assignments in a fast
environment. Ability to positively persuade and resolve conflict.
GD-OTS is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer -
Job, posted April 2 2018
Senior Manager, CAR-T Operational Excellence – Lean
Six Sigma Black Belt
Req #: 1800911
Location: Summit, NJ US
Job Category: Finance
Work Location: 556 Morris Avenue WARREN 07901
Organization: Celgene Corporation
Job, posted March 17 2018
New ASQ certification https://asq.org/cert/supplier-quality
Supplier Quality Professional CSQP
Certification Review Courses
The fees for
recertification will increase as of August 1, 2013. The member fee for
one recertification journal will be $69, up from $59; for multiple
journals, it is $89, up from $79. Nonmember fees increase to $109 per
Courses will be held if we can
get three or more
that the application must be filed about two months before the exam.
Exams are now given at testing
centers rather than at quarterly intervals.
|Quality Inspector (CQI)
|Quality Technician (CQT)
|Manager of Quality and Organizational
|Reliability Engineer (CRE)
|Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB)
|Calibration Technician (CCT)
|Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA)
|Quality Engineer (CQE)
|Quality Auditor (CQA)
|Quality Process Analyst (CQPA)
|Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB)
Senior Member Upgrade
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membership status if you meet the following criteria:
- Been an ASQ Regular member
in good standing for one year
- Have 10 years of professional experience
- Meet one of four professional criteria outlined on the
Senior Membership application
3. Have qualified in one of the following ways described below:
a. Conducting quality-related engineering, inspection or audit, or
statistical work, or applying the methods and principles
of quality on the job for at least two (2) years.
b. Teaching quality or related arts or sciences at an accredited
institution for at least two (2) years.
c. Being a Senior member or comparable grade in an American Society for
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technical journal or two free division memberships. See the
ASQ link for details.
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