Terex Corporation

  • Quality Technician

    Location US-OK-Oklahoma City
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    # Positions
  • Overview:

    Terex Corporation is a $4.5 billion, publicly traded global manufacturer of lifting and material processing products and services.  The company is passionate about producing equipment that improves the lives of people around the world.  Terex operations are global, yet each office or factory is a close-knit community.  Terex provides team members with a rewarding career and the opportunity to make an impact.  The company values diversity and inclusion, safety, integrity, respect, servant leadership, courage and citizenship.  It encourages continuous improvement and offers free courses available through Terex University.  Women@Terex provides a supportive network for Terex women in their jobs and careers.  It’s an exciting time to be part of the expanding manufacturing sector.  Terex is a place where you can work and grow.  Come talk to us!   


    Oklahoma City is a unique site to Terex Corporation in North America, manufacturing for each of the business segments: Terex Aerial Work Platforms, Terex Cranes, and Terex Materials Processing. Its workforce of 500+ team members is anticipated to grow by more than 1,000 over the next few years. The 100+ acre facility has recently completed an extensive remodel to accommodate the business’ growth.




    • Inspects and tests prototype, supplier, and production parts and completed products for compliance with specifications and standards
    • Conducts inspection and reporting of non-compliance at all stages of production including, but not limited to prototype, pre-production, all assembly stages, and completed units
    • Interprets engineering drawings, schematic diagrams, and formulas to determine quality and reliability standards
    • Selects parts, components and products for inspection and testing
    • Inspects and tests components, parts, and assembled products for workmanship, compliance with specifications and regulatory standards. Employs techniques such as electronic and conventional measurement, observation, functional tests, and destructive tests
    • Conducts non-destructive tests of welding and fastened joints
    • Confers with Design Engineers and Manufacturing to identify, diagnose, and resolve non-conforming quality problems including those associated with parts, components, or the manufacturing process
    • Contacts parts suppliers (internal and external) to resolve quality matters
    • Records results of individual observations at all stages of production using printed graphic and written forms, electronic data gathering equipment, and computerized data entry. May prepare charts and graphs of data for analysis
    • May specialize in incoming materials, design, process control, research and development, product overall reliability, warranty, or other phase of production where quality reviews are involved
    • Works with customers and suppliers to resolve warranty issues
    • Performs other duties as assigned that support the overall objective of the position




    Knowledge and Skills


    • Knowledge required may vary based on the specific requirements of different operating units
    • In general, the position requires an in-depth knowledge of Genie products and components including electronics, electrical circuits, mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics, power transmission, and structural members
    • Requires an in depth understanding of Genie production processes
    • Requires sufficient math skills to read and record detailed measurement
    • Requires well-developed problem-solving skills to identify and remedy problems non-conforming quality related to materials, parts, or production
    • Requires working knowledge of inspecting and testing procedures
    • Requires sufficient human relations skills to discuss quality issues and resolve conflict




    • Requires the ability to carry out all aspects of the position
    • Requires the ability to translate engineering instructions and blueprints into assembly and parts quality and reliability standards
    • Ability to inspect and test electrical-mechanical parts and equipment
    • Capability to enter quality and reliability data onto a personal computer using a keyboard
    • Ability to learn and convey the principles of lean manufacturing


    Working Conditions


    • Typically works in a manufacturing environment.      
    • Requires moving equipment and/or materials weighing up to 50 pounds.
    • Requires ambulatory ability to walk, stand, bend, and stoop for extended periods of time. Requires sufficient hand-arm-eye coordination to guide and place objects.


    Education and Experience


    • High school diploma or equivalent required
    • Two years of experience in automotive or equivalent assembly and production line setup preferred
    • Additional experience in quality assurance or process control can substitute for higher education


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