Notes from the Hiring Manager:
<> The Inspector should have experience inspecting cables and mechanical parts within a manufacturing environment , preferably with a mechanical background instead of electrical
<> They will receive multiple parts, which will be a mixture of cables and mechanical parts but vary from day-to-day; they should be able to see the part and know how to proceed with inspection, or at least be able to read the engineering drawings.
<> Experience with inspection tools such as Calipers, Measuring Devices / Equipment, Tape Measure, Feeler Gauge, etc
<> IPC 610 or 620 Certification is a plus
To perform checks, tests, gauging, and instrument inspections of materials, goods in process, and finished goods.
> Performs audits, tests & inspections of materials, goods in process or finished goods within value stream (receiving through final system assembly) assuring quality first by determining compliance to drawings, procedures & specifications
> Applies established inspection procedures & uses simple inspection/testing tools and instruments of a ?go/no go? nature.
> Develops and/or uses test and inspection set-ups utilizing mechanical and/or electrical test measurement equipment.
> Inspection methods and limits require good judgment and interpretation.
> Requires interpretation of inspection plans, tests and procedures.
> Recommends changes to procedures, processes, and drawings to improve efficiency and/or quality of the product.
> Identifies and documents nonconforming material in accordance with applicable procedures.
> Assists and trains others in assuring the proper test, measurement, and procedural operations.
> Ensure adherences to policies and procedures accordingly.
> Practices Total Quality principles and concepts.
> Acquire IPC-610/STD 001 and IPC-620 Certifications as applicable
> 1-2 years related experience with a High School diploma preferred
> Knowledge of manufacturing and quality assurance processes and/or procedures.
> Knowledge of military and commercial quality specifications.
> Knowledge of Statistical Process Control.
> Knowledge of digital and analog circuitry.
> Knowledge of electrical and/or mechanical inspection.
> Knowledge of workmanship standards.
> Knowledge of packaging and preservation requirements.
> Understanding of Total Quality principles and concepts.
> Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
> Ability to use electrical and mechanical inspection equipment.
> Ability to develop and use simple to complex inspection set-ups.
> Basic algebraic skills.
> Ability to read, analyze and interpret detailed specifications, drawings, procedures, and schematics.
> Ability to work effectively within a team environment
Mark A Ludwig
Global American Staffing
Direct: (508) 434 ? 6180
Office: (508) 230 ? 5030 x123