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Each staff member believes quality customer service is the key to our success as the preferred proficiency testing provider.
The Managing Director is accountable for all business operations. This includes developing a strategic business plan to ensure long term success and framework for sound business decisions. Quality initiatives are developed and resources provided to maintain and improve the quality system. As a non-profit organization, this position is responsible for all local, state, and federal legal requirements.
The Office Manager is responsible for administrative tasks related to customers, their tests, and the daily operations of business including, but not limited to, bookkeeping, sales, and support to fellow staff.
The Customer Service staff are responsible for management of NAPT's ILC/PT Management Application along with tracking and scheduling.
ResponsibilitiesAnswer incoming telephone calls and route accordinglyRespond to customer inquiries about scheduling of artifactsSchedule and track of NAPT artifacts and testsData entry of participant ILC/PT dataCreate participant preliminary and final reportsCommunicate with customers to resolve any possible problemsMaintain the ILC/PT Management applicationMaintain contact recordsCreate and maintain NAPT documents and formsCreate files as directed, and filing internal documentsComplete any other assigned projectsProvide outstanding customer service and support
The Technical Manager plays a key role in the daily operations and is critical to successful strategic growth and development of NAPT. The Technical Manager is involved directly and indirectly in all aspects of the technical operations, customer service and a primary importance is assuring the integrity of current tests and actively develops new ILC/PTs as based on market need.
The Quality Manager is responsible for development and full implementation of the NAPT Quality System. Assures staff is knowledgeable of areas that have significant influence on the quality of results. Conducts internal audits per established schedule and provides follow through to the Managing Director. Reviews and assures closure of Corrective and Preventive Action initiatives. Accountable for all ongoing accreditation activities.
The information Technologist is responsible for developing and maintaining all NAPT workstations, servers and host solutions. Additionally, this role oversees the development and management of the QMS Navigator services.
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