SUMMARY: The Quality Inspector position is responsible for inspection and process improvement.
- Perform in-process and final inspections as required.
- Provide support for first article inspection.
- Work closely with engineering and quality tech to development and maintenance of inspection plans.
- Train inspectors in measurement techniques, standards, processes and equipment.
- Assist in the tracking of rework and reject trends.
- Identify, follow-up and assist in root cause analysis on non-conformances
- Lead continuous improvement efforts for inspection processes.
- Work with Production Schedulers, Cell Leads, and QA Supervisor to schedule personnel and ship product.
- Participate in Corrective Action investigation/validation as designated.
- Assist in 5S and other lean activities as required.
- Participate in MRB as required.
- Maintain inspection records, procedures work instructions and forms required.
- Ensure inspection equipment is properly maintained and calibrated.
- Assist in development and implementation of rework procedures as required.
- Ensure Safety procedures are strictly adhered to.
- Other duties as qualified and/or assigned
- Self-motivated, responsible, dependable and punctual
- Proficient at all Quality Inspector responsibilities
- Excellent written an oral communication skills
- Positive attitude & willingness to learn
- Ability to follow detailed instructions / communicate interdepartmentally / multi task
- Ability to work overtime when mandated
- Physical requirements – ability to stand and/or sit for 8-12 hours with allocated breaks; Lift up to 30 lbs on occasion: squat, kneel, reach above shoulder level, and lift from high/low positions occasionally. Regular use of hand for simple grasping, twisting, pushing and pulling, writing and/or typing. Vision correctable to 20/20.
- Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree (A.A.) preferred. High School diploma or equivalent required with 3 to 5 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Must have working command of the English language, and be able to communicate orally and in writing (basic oral instructions, simple written memos and instructions).
- Competent with addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and basic geometry
- Experience with blueprints and precision measuring equipment