Advanced inspection of all types of precision machined parts and purchased parts, assemblies, tooling and fixtures. Work from and interpreting blueprints, technical specifications and industry standards. Establish frequency of inspection, maintains records of results and prepares quality forms as required. Assists with the training of apprentice inspectors and manufacturing personnel.
Key Duties & Responsibilities
Perform receiving, in-process and final inspection, customer sorting and related quality assurance tasks to maintain quality standards without supervision.
Perform first article inspection, on a variety of couplings, internal components, and raw materials.
Record results and create reports for quality problems to superiors.
Can determine inspection requirements of parts needing either sampling, lot and/or 100% inspection through interpretations
Conducts audits on new procedures, processes and root products as required.
Participate in interviews of machine associates to track and evaluate quality problems.
Qualified to use Micrometers, Vernier calibers, Height gauges, Rockwell hardness tester, positive material identification analyzer (PMI) and basic inspection equipment.
Qualified to program Micro-Hite gauge with little to no supervision.
Qualified to program Optical Gauging Product (OGP) with little to no supervision.
Maintains calibration of measuring devices and test equipment.
Can review material test reports to meet HST and industry standards with little or no supervision.
Can assist others in the proper use of inspection devices.
Read, understand, and interpret the Company Quality Manual.
Read and understand documentation such as blueprints, mechanical assemblies, part list, procedures manuals, weldments, and test procedures.
Assist with internal company audits.
3. Non-conforming Material
Record results and report non-conforming parts/material.
Assign appropriate cause and reason code for non-conforming parts.
Participate in root cause analysis and interpretation as required.
Assist Q. A. Supervisor in training the proper use of inspection devices.
5. ERP System Utilization
Utilize ERP System to perform everyday Inspection Processes.
Processing Job Traveler
Processing P.O. Receipts
Document 1st Article Inspections.
Maintain the in process Material Queue.
Maintain daily workload reporting and assist Q. A. Supervisor in maintaining the daily workload of all Q. C. inspectors.
Assist Q. A. Supervisor with Discrepant Material Reporting (DMR).
6. Metrics and Measurement
Assist Q. A. Supervisor with maintaining daily/weekly quality performance metrics.
Assist in the weekly/monthly presentation of quality statistics/metrics as required.
7. Company Policies and Procedures
Complete all responsibilities in a timely and professional manner while maintaining quality and confidentiality.
Participate in and support the Company’s professional development and training activities.
Overtime is mandatory.