High end inspection at aerospace machining company.
- Review of supplier-provided quality documentation (certificates, test results, etc.)
- Performance of mechanical inspection of purchased machined parts using hand-held measuring devices
- Performance of form, fit, function inspection to design drawings/mylars of sheet metal parts
- Performance of hardness and continuity testing of heat-treated parts
- Performance of visual inspection to ensure cosmetic acceptance prior to parts going to outside processing or internal finishing
- Completion of inspection reports on company-provided formats
- Data entry in the organization’s ERP system – EPICOR
- Inspection Techniques & Tools – Blueprint Reading; Geometric Tolerancing; utilization of: CMM, micrometers, verniers, height gauges, depth gauges, pin gauges, profilometer, visual comparator, etc.
- Communication – ability to establish rapport with others; effective verbal presentation and professional presence; ability to generate succinct e-mails and informational reports; completion of inspection documents per company procedures
- Computer Literacy – ability to utilize Microsoft Office (Word/Excel/Outlook); experience with Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platform (i.e. EPICOR/SAP/ORACLE)
- Education – High School diploma or equivalent;
- Experience – Two (2) years in a quality control/assurance function in a manufacturing facility with demonstrable experience in mechanical and visual inspection using hand-held measuring devices and workmanship standards; First Article Inspection experience per AS9102 desired
- Related Industry Experience – At least six-months experience in one of the following manufacturing industries: Aerospace (AS9100 including AS9102 First Article Inspection – preferred); Automotive (TS19649 including PPAP process); Medical Devices (ISO 13485)
- Certification: ASQ Certified Mechanical Inspector desirable