The mission of ASQ Portland Section 0607 is to serve the quality needs of our members, whether you live and work in Oregon, in neighboring Washington, or around the world. We encourage and welcome your suggestions regarding ways we can serve you better, to help to enrich your life and your career. You may email us at email@example.com.
Monthly meetings, plant tours, conferences and workshops can give you recertification (RU) credits.
ASQPDX Upcoming Events
|Sept 13, 2016 - Dinner meeting; virtual meeting||Innovation||Dr. H. James Harrington||TBD
ASQ Portland Section events will resume in September with Dr. H. James Harrington’s dinner meeting presentation on Innovation. See you on September 13!
The ASQ Portland Section has elected the following officers, who will be continuing or transitioning into these leadership positions for 2017:
Section Chair – Beth Rice Secretary – Jean Fryer
Chair-elect – Terri Tufts Treasurer – Marie Tree
We congratulate these four section leaders on their election!
Passport Game Rules – 2016
General Travel Advisories Beth Rice, Q Travel Agent
Lions and Tigers and Bears! Oh, my!!!
Welcome aboard, Travelers! We trust you’ve had all your shots and are ready for your 2016 Quality Journey! Your Crew members here at PDX ASQ are ready to help if you’re having trouble finding your cabin, or get a little confused by the whirlwind nature of our tour this year.
NOTE: Travel advisories change all the time.
Make sure you’re up to date on the latest!
So! Let’s start by covering some basic questions.
How do I play this game, anyway?
Step 1: Get a Passport at your first meeting of 2016! We’ll be crossing international as well as chronological borders, and you know what that means. Bring it along to every meeting!
Step 2: Get your Port of Entry Visa each month. They’ll be handed out at meetings and emailed to online Travelers. During the meeting, play the game and solve the puzzle to win Q points!
Step 3: Before you leave, make sure you get a Tour Guide for the coming month! It will take you on a self-guided tour of Quality landmarks. See interesting sites and win more Q points, too!
Okay, I’ll bite. What are “Q points” and why should I care about them, anyway?
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Quality Technician Facilitates quality verification of products and processing of non-conforming material. Assists and provides guidance to cross functional team for First article inspection, Capability studies, Measurements R&R studies and SPC. Documents and tracks progress of internal and internal non-conformance and quality reporting.
High school diploma or equivalent.
ASQ certification: CMI (Certified Mechanical Inspector). CQT Certification preferred.
Three or more years of experience in a manufacturing environment and demonstrable knowledge and experience in SPC capability studies, Gage R&R, Long-term Gage studies, GD&T, and First Article.
Education and experience in basic statistical analysis is required. Use of Datametrics software desirable.
Knowledge in ISO administration preferred.
PC skills with knowledge of Microsoft Office software (Excel, Outlook) and MiniTab.
Ability to use measurement tools: micrometers, calipers, height gage, optical comparator, thread gage.
Ability to demonstrate the surface plate set-up to do a part layout inspection.
Ability to prioritize, schedule, and complete tasks/assignments with minimal supervision.
Ability to effectively problem-solve individually and leads efforts with others.
Ability to work collaboratively and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, customers and visitors.
Ability to sit, stand and walk for extended time periods. May require continual lifting up to 35 pounds and occasionally require lifting up to 100 pounds with assistance.
APPLY ONLINE: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=15329221
DATE JOB POSTED: 06/28/2016
ASQ recently launched its newest certification designed for supplier quality professionals who work with an organization’s supply chain and suppliers to continuously improve performance of key system components. The Certified Supplier Quality Professional (CSQP) exam, developed by member leaders and sponsored by the Customer-Supplier Division, will be first administered during the September/October computer-based testing exam window. Among other topics, the certification exam tests knowledge on supplier strategy; business governance, ethics, and compliance; relationship management; and supplier performance monitoring and improvement. We are now accepting applications for the first available exam window in September/October for the CSQP exam. The deadline is August 15. Go to ASQ.org to apply.
Beth Rice, ASQ Portland Section Chair, on behalf of the Leadership Team, received the Regional Director Gold Award for 2015, which was presented by Regional Director Ed Landauer at our January 2016 dinner meeting.
This award is given for excellence in providing member value and quality opportunities, as well as implementing innovations and meeting the Section’s Business Plan and ASQ’s requirements for Section reporting.
Congratulations to the Portland Section Leadership Committee for achieving this award for the third year in a row!
Presented by Shauna Wilson and Jean Fryer.
ASQ Regional Director Ed Landauer presents ASQPDX Chair Jean Fryer and Past Chair Linda Landauer with the Regional Director’s Gold Award for 2013.