ISO coordinators are responsible for quality compliance and adhering to ISO standards in all their company products. They are in charge of verifying that all processing follows strict regulations to prevent issues. They possess strong verbal and written abilities to coordinate quality control activities. They interact well with other coordinators in a team environment to share important ISO related information and reach all crucial objectives within a given time-frame.
Some of their main responsibilities include creating extensive reports based on their observations, results to comply with licensing, and verification rules for production. These individuals are organized and pay close attention to detail. They use a personal computer to communicate with other internal departments. They also participate with business meetings in order to share ideas and suggest how to modify the quality process and make it more efficient.
ISO coordinators are well-versed in office applications such as word processing and spreadsheet software to run calculations and make detailed reports. They also stay specialized through training and become certified in different ISO quality standards. These individuals also take part in keeping an inventory count and ordering new material as required. They can multitask with ease in a variety of projects. Their other main duties include participating in quality inspections, following up on responsibilities, and executing new company procedures as needed. ISO coordinators review procedures and suggest ideas to increase productivity with less company resources. A bachelor's degree in quality control processes, or related field is required for this job. Previous years of experience in a coordinating or quality control capacity can be helpful. Additional ISO certifications are a plus.
ISO Coordinator Tasks
- Track and ensure products and procedures meet standards, and identify problems to resolve.
- Organize, conduct, and evaluate audits and inspections.
- Oversee compliance and standards development, from documentation to final product.