Job ID: 99601
The Leonardo DRS Naval Power Systems business is a trusted provider of innovative naval gas and hybrid power systems, control technology and support solutions for the U.S. Navy and navies around the world.
The Quality Inspector 2 performs inspection activities to assess conformance of products to the design as defined by the engineering drawings and/or models, and contract requirements. His/her work is involved during first article and pre-production development, and production stages of manufacturing and assembly.
The Quality Inspector shall also verify all assembly work and documentation are complete and cabinet is ready to ship prior to the cabinet travelling to QA for final inspection and GSI.
- Performs inspection activities, to assess conformance of products to the design as defined by the engineering drawings and/or models.
- Inspects products, components, subassemblies, and/or systems to ensure conformance to requirements.
- Ensures all assembly documents, such as build books and test books, are maintained daily, with all entries kept up to date and accurate.
- All shop floor originated non-conformance Discrepancy Report (DR) to be written by Quality Inspector for the program they support, except for those written by the QE, ME, Test Tech or Engineering.
- Creates organizational value by implementing innovative solutions and best practices involved in all processes of the product realization value stream.
- Organizational value may include assembler oversight and/or coaching of workmanship standards, drawing requirements, assembly documentation/notes to prevent assembly errors from occurring and to ensure conformance to requirements. The expected benefit is a reduction or elimination of written non-conformances for assembly related errors, as these would have been resolved before the task is complete and signed off.
- Assists Quality Engineers with identifying nonconforming conditions that present existing or impending defective conditions at the system or subsystem level of assembly.
- Assists Quality Engineers prepare inspection plans and checklists for inspection.
- Assist Quality Engineers with data collection and root cause analysis investigations.
- Generate discrepancy notices and initiate Material Review Board actions.
- Perform material movement transactions after completing inspection process.
- Support, communicate, reinforce and defend the mission, values and culture of the organization. Fostering professional working relationships with peers to further the output of the group and to learn and teach within the group.
- High School Diploma or GED.
- 2+ years experience
- In-depth knowledge of relevant manufacturing standards (such as J-Std-001/IPC-A-610) or common mechanical techniques (such as geometric dimensioning and tolerance practices).
- Ability to use various measurement devices (calipers, pin gauges, go/no-go gauges, etc) to verify mechanical part compliance.
- Experience reading blueprints and mechanical drawings and able to verify parts dimensions against drawing requirements.
- Experience using a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), Optical comparator or other complex inspection systems is desired.
- Experience using laser and optical measurement equipment is desired.
- Experience with inspecting wire terminations, general and wire harness inspections is desired.
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Behaviors necessary for successful job execution: Cooperative, objective, helpful, approachable, coaching.
- Must be a US Citizen to be considered
- Knowledge of best practices on electronic component qualification requirements.
- Familiarity of safety, environmental, and regional compliance is preferred.
- Understand procurement practices.
- Ability to effectively interpret data and present as information and respond to questions from engineers and other technical staff.
- Experience with Mil-Standard manufacturing.
- Experience with process improvement initiatives.
- ASQ Inspection Certification
While performing the duties of this job, the employee requires normal manual dexterity, speech and hearing. Specific vision abilities required by this job require frequent use of a computer monitor and inspection equipment. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to thirty-five (35) pounds.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.