Perform and document inspection checks, tests or results of aerospace parts in accordance with company documented procedures. Inspection areas include receiving, in-process, final, or shipping inspection.
• Record and document each inspection process in accordance with company documented procedures
• Create rejection reports for non-conforming parts.
• Perform and validate First Article Inspections per AS9102 or Customer’s specification.
• Ensure test equipment is within the adequate calibration status period for all measurement equipment and is conformed to the company’s preventive maintenance program.
• Must be in compliance to the company documented Quality System and AS9100 standards.
• Periodically rotate to other functions performing required quality control activities to support business needs, this may require travel to remote locations.
• At time of shipment, verify configuration control and serial number accounting.
• Performs mechanical inspections on subassemblies or finished products to Engineering drawing and cosmetic requirements using standard measurement tools or tooling and visual assessment.
• Performs and conducts visual inspections, verification of components, subassemblies or finished products to Engineering drawings by confirming specifications and measurement tests.
• Inspect in-process and final parts and assemblies as they are built by Manufacturing.
• Perform electrical and/or mechanical function testing per Acceptance Test Procedures, as applicable.
- Ability to interpret Engineering drawings and Acceptance Test Procedures.
- Ability to function independently to resolve issues which may arise in the day-to-day work environment.
- Ability to interact with diverse personalities and build cooperative relationships is highly desired.
- Testing on Inspection, and Electrical and Mechanical Measurement, is a pre-requisite for this position.
- Working knowledge of mechanical measurement instruments and electrical instruments, as applicable.
- Familiarity with working in AS9100 and FAA compliant environment.
- Proficient with MS Office Suite applications
- Clear, Concise and Effective communication skills required.
- Attention to detail and must have the ability to problem solve issues as they arise.
- AA degree in Electronic, or equivalent combination of technical education, training and experience (i.e. Technical School Apprenticeship or Electronics Certificate or Military Electronics Experiences)
- 2+ years in Quality Control/Inspection experience.
- Aerospace Industry experience preferred.
- Requires lifting, pushing, and/or pulling boxes and/or carts (dolly’s) ranging from 5 to 50 pounds on a daily basis.
- Must support repetitive tasks of bending and twisting along with extended periods of standing, sitting and walking based on business requirements.
- Familiarity with Lean Manufacturing practices preferred.
- Familiarity with 6S concepts.
- Travel is required to support Source Inspection, First Articles, or Installation Activities at suppliers, OEMs, seat suppliers, and subcontractors. 5-10% of time to Domestic and International locations.
- Support overtime as the needed by the business.
- 50% sitting, 25% walking, 25% standing.