Reporting to the Quality Manager, the Quality Inspector is required to approve both in-house and vendor supplied products based on requirements provided in drawings, product literature and documentation. The use of a CMM or other inspection devices will be required to complete the approval process based on industry standards.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform 1st piece approval, daily in process and final inspections in accordance with inspection documents and sampling procedure
Carry out and document mechanical, dimensional and visual inspections of small machined parts to ensure compliance with applicable drawings, inspection documents and/or contractual requirements by using equipment such as calipers, drop indicators, micrometers, various gauges, comparators, etc.
Setup, program and operate a Mitutoyo Model 574 CMM with MCOSMOS software
Create, organize and maintain CMM database including programs, inspection reports and job setups
Cross train others in CMM operations
Perform First Article Inspections; experience with AS9102 standard a plus
Inspect, approve or reject incoming materials and parts by confirming specifications. Such items might include raw bar stock, machined parts, castings, springs, O-rings and other elastomers. Experience with all is preferred, including having dealt with passivated, annealed and electropolished parts
Positive Material Identification with handheld XRF – Element analysis and alloy identifier
Properly document, tag and withhold noncompliant parts for disposition
Ability to clearly, accurately and effectively communicate findings across different departments, including Machine Shop, Engineering, Production, Management Personnel, etc.
Interface with Machine Operators, Manufacturing Engineers and Design Engineers regarding technical issues and problem resolution
Read and interpret manufacturing drawings, shop routers, manufacturing specifications, quality control documents and have GD&T experience
Assist in maintaining calibration records traceable to NIST standards
Support AS9100 audits and compliance efforts
Takes initiative and is self-motivated
Recommend modifications of existing quality or production standards
The Employee is an “AT-WILL” Employee subject to termination with or without cause or resignation at any time.
The information provided in this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by incumbents within this job. It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and working conditions required of employees, assigned to this job. Management has sole discretion to add or modify duties of the job and to designate other functions as essential at any time. This job description is not an employment agreement or contract.
High School Diploma or GED Required
ASQ Certified Quality Technician is a plus
5+ yrs. as Quality Assurance/Quality Control Inspector in a manufacturing environment
Experience performing inspections in aerospace or military / defense manufacturing preferred
Knowledge of AS9100 standard preferred
Machine Shop experience a plus
May require extended periods of standing on a concrete floor.
May require lifting up to 50lbs.
Reading and understanding engineering blueprints and general knowledge of GD&T.
Basic math skills.
Knowledge of computers and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint).
Spending most of the day in or around the manufacturing area. Manufacturing Facilities are generally noisy, dusty and occasionally have an odor from certain processes. Contact with petroleum-based lubricants and cleaners may not be avoidable.
Reasonable accommodation for Disability
Any employee, who believes that a reasonable accommodation is required for purposes of federal or state disability law, is required to contact Human Resources to begin the interactive exchange process.
Mandatory overtime may be required depending.
About ThermOmegaTech, Inc.
ThermOmegaTech Inc., is a manufacturing company based out of Warminster, PA. We have been in business for over 35 years and have enjoyed continued growth during that time. Our primary success centers around self-actuated temperature control valves for the Railroad Industry, Industrial Process Control, Commercial Plumbing and Aerospace and Defense markets. We also manufacture BBQ Controls (thebbqguru.com) for the professional cook and backyard griller, along with Printed Circuit Boards for a wide range of Commercial and Industrial applications.
We provide great benefits, including paid vacation, medical, dental, profit sharing and a generous 401(k) contribution.