High School Diploma or equivalent required.
§ Minimum Five (3) years of manufacturing background as a quality assurance inspector.
§ Prefer two (2) years in Aerospace industry.
§ Part inspection per AA9102
§ Experience using a wide range of inspection equipment, including a CMM.
§ Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Word and Excel..
§ Proficient CMM Programming skills including PCDMIS and Calpyso
§ Experience using a wide range of inspection equipment and skilled in mechanical inspection and fundamental layout techniques.
§ Ability to read, interpret and understand blueprints, engineering drawings
§ Ability to pass a required annual vision test.
§ Ability to utilize various measuring devices such as: Micometers, Calipers, Gauges, and Magna-mics.
§ Ability to perform First Piece inspection using CMM’s
§ Ability to pay exceptional attention to detail and have the capacity to handle multiple tasks effectively under deadline pressures while following direction and completing assignments accurately and on time.
§ Ability to plan and perform difficult work processes.
§ Interact and communicate in a professional and effective manner with all level’s employees.
§ Schedule and organize time and tasks effectively.
§ Ability to work in a challenging and schedule driven environment
§ Strong organizational skills.
§ Ability to meet output requirements
The position of Inspector A in Final Inspection is a challenging and rewarding opportunity. The division is a fast-paced operations and manufacturing environment. The incumbent’s main focus will be to perform final inspection checking and verification of dimensions of manufactured parts.
Duties and Responsibilities
§ Inspect manufactured parts at the in-process and final inspection stage utilizing various measuring devices, such as CMM, micro-calipers, gauges, magna-mic, etc. per customer specifications.
§ Perform visual inspections on all parts to identify any blemishes and work with Engineers in determining any non-conformances of parts and/or processes.
§ Interpret blueprints and IMS sheets to follow specifications of general dimensions and tolerance.
§ Assists in the gathering and analysis of in-process and final inspection data.
§ Performs first-article inspections.
§ Design fixtures and program the trim for the parts per the customer specifications through engineered drawings using Cenit and Catia software.
§ Use and interpret complicated prints, drawings and process sheets, as well as, work with engineers in design and changes to fixtures.
§ Utilize measuring tools to verify trim and measurements of fixture and part designs when created.
§ Learns and adheres to required safety and housekeeping standards and practices.
Essential Functions of Position
- Should have verbal and written skills to communicate effectively and interact with all levels of personnel.
- Should possess the ability to resolve issues in a timely and effective manner.
- Ability to train others on processes and make corrections on complex issues.
- Must possess good verbal communication skills to effectively communicate instructions, concepts and solutions to all levels of employees, suppliers and customers.
- Use considerable initiative to plan and perform unusual and difficult work processes to achieve outcomes.
- Excellent analytical, reasoning, problem solving and organizational skills.
Scheduling and Planning
- Must be able to schedule and organize time effectively to satisfactorily complete assigned tasks and functions.
- Ability to pay attention to detail and be able to handle multiple tasks effectively while completing assignments accurately and on time.
- Must be able to access and maneuver the manufacturing floor.
- Makes many decisions having a high impact.
- Governed by procedures, objectives and policies with both an internal and external impact
- Focuses on daily problems with little or no supervision.
- Work to meet specifications and conformity with all requirements
Standing 25 % of time Climbing 0 % of time
Walking 10 % of time Stooping 10 % of time
Sitting 70 % of time Kneeling 0 % of time
Lifting 30 Pounds Reaching 0 % of time
Carrying 30 Pounds Handling 100 % of time
Pushing 50 Pounds Balancing 0 % of time
Pulling 50 Pounds Fingering 0 % of time
The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)