Perform inspections of complex, close tolerance machined parts and sub-assemblies with critical internal and external dimensions using all forms of conventional inspection equipment. Inspection scope includes in-process to full first article inspection using established inspection plans. Knowledge of inspection requirements associated with processing and finishing (heat treatment, anodize etc.) required. Inspection of final assembly items to customer/internal source control drawings also required. Must have the ability to understand customer quality control requirements as called out in purchase orders and contracts and use this ability to interface with customer source inspectors and Government Quality Assurance Representatives for customer final inspection.
Candidate must have excellent verbal and written skills to provide and issue various reports, communication with customers and maintain documentation files. Recognize significant problems through complete understanding of test procedures and take necessary steps to solve problems through interfacing with engineering and manufacturing departments.
Essential Job Functions:
- Complete understanding of engineering drawings, standards and manufacturing operation sheets for detailed parts, subassemblies and final assemblies
- Complete understanding of standard and geometric tolerancing per ANSI/ASME Y14.5M
- Working knowledge of conventional inspection equipment (dial bores, height gauges, micrometers, calipers etc.)
- Prepare AS9102 First Article Reports
- Basic trigonometric understanding and ability to perform related calculations
- Coordinate activities with machine operators, manufacturing engineers and design engineers
- Generate inputs for non-conforming material reports based on inspection operations performed
- Use of standard record keeping documentation and ERP software for data compilation
Training and Experience:
High School diploma, or 2 years of trade school or vocational education. 2 to 5 years experience in mechanical assembly and inspection techniques on hydraulic components. Requires the use of advanced shop mathematics together with the understanding of complicated drawings, specifications, charts, tables, etc.
Visual Acuity: Near acuity and accommodation are required for reading machine dial gauges, blueprints and precision measuring instruments used in the inspection of parts.
Hearing Ability: Ability to monitor machine sounds to identify and diagnose changes in order to take appropriate action.
Working Conditions: The employee is subject to:
- High noise levels from operating machines
- Physical hazards from moving equipment and machine parts
- Breathing fumes, dust and mist
- Skin exposure to oils and cutting fluid
The employee may be required to follow other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties as requested, subject to all applicable state and federal laws.
Arkwin is an EEO employer/Disabled/Protected Veteran