Quality Control Associate- Optical

Employer
U.S .Vision
Location
Blackwood, New Jersey
Posted
May 21, 2024
Closes
May 28, 2024
Ref
2763490258
Discipline
Other
Position Type
Other
Specialty
Autonomy
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
Our heritage in eye care spans more than 100 years. In 1885, opticians William Wall and Charles Ochs opened their first eyeglass store and manufacturing facility in Philadelphia, PA. Their reputation for fine eyewear and superior eye care grew, and Wall & Ochs was soon synonymous with exceptional quality and great value.

In the early 1970's, Wall & Ochs became U.S. Vision in response to a growing reputation for quality and the customer base that came with it. Today, we have more than 350 locations located in JCPenney, Meijer, Boscov's and AAFES.

Schedule: Monday- Friday, 9:30am-6pm.

Pay: $15.50 - $16.50

OPTICAL EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION

As a Quality Control Associate, you serve a critical role in the distribution process to ensure the timely, accurate and efficient filling of eyewear orders. Each pair of eyeglasses are made to the specific needs of the ordering customer based on a valid, written prescription and the associated measurements.

As a Quality Control Associate you will be trained in these essential Quality Control Associate job functions: Review lenses for surface imperfections that may have occurred during production. Inspecting that the lenses are mounted securely in the correct frame without gaps between the lenses and eye-wires. Verification that measurements are accurate based on the order and/or prescription. Neutralizing lenses by use of automated and manual lensometers to ensure the fabricated lenses match the written prescription and falls within the tolerances set forth in the ASI Standards.

Responsibilities:

Associates are required to follow all training & work instructions relative to the final inspection of optical eyewear in performing duties as assigned

Work with the strongest prescription powered lens first and then the opposite lens to ensure proper alignment

Maintain daily production standards as outlined during training to meet the goals of the work unit. Work cooperatively and foster a team atmosphere.

Ensure job are stacked in accordance with tray priority standards (date order).

Maintain a clean and orderly work area

Associates are required to occasionally work overtime as scheduled by their supervisor and based on production needs.

Requirements

What you'll need:

Basic math skills

Dexterity for fine manipulation of tools for minor repairs

The ability to perform minor repairs as necessary

Keeping a clean, well-organized workspace

Organizational skills

The ability to stand for 8 hours

The ability to lift and carry up to 25 lbs.

The ability to recognize surface imperfections

The ability to understand and perform standard bench alignment

The ability to meet USV determined job standard for both quality and productivity

The ability to understand and perform standard bench alignment

Knowledge and Skills:

Basic optical knowledge. ABO certification a plus

Good written and verbal communication skills

Good working knowledge of Excel and the Windows operating systems

Detail and Process Orientated

Highly organized

Good problem-solving skills

Good teamwork

Benefits

Health Care Plan (Medical, Dental & Vision)

Retirement Plan (401k, IRA)

Life Insurance (Basic, Voluntary & AD&D)

Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)

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