Department: Manufacturing | Location: Saginaw, MI; Standish, MI
Status: Hourly, non-exempt | Reports to: Plant Supervisor/Plant Manager
Job Title: Quality Inspector
Status: Hourly, non-exempt
Reports to: Quality Inspection Supervisor / Quality Systems Engineer
Inspects general machining operations during production sequence to insure conformance of all parts with the customer specification under the supervision of the Quality Manager and within AS91000 certification standards.
High school graduate with math and trigonometry.
Knowledge of appropriate inspection techniques.
Operation of appropriate inspection equipment.
Technical knowledge of parts.
Blueprint reading skills.
2-3 years manufacturing/machining experience.
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
- Inspection of parts before, during and after production.
- Reads GD&T blueprints, engineering specifications and job orders for production specifications.
- Measures the layout and physical dimensions of machined parts, castings, jigs, fixtures and templates such as: length, height, inside diameter, outside diameter, concentricity, angle, arc, and radii, using combinations of aids and precision measuring instruments.
- Responsible for approval of machine set-up and the verification of the conformance of first-run production work pieces to customer’s specifications.
- Spot checks or random audits machined parts during each specific production sequence.
- Initiation for nonconformance reporting when necessary.
- May certify product through certification of compliance when required
- Monitor of plant for correct procedures relating to quality control
- Participates in corrective and preventative activities as required
- Participate in and support the Mistequay Quality System and Environmental, Health and Safety policies
Responsible to participate in continuous improvement and associated training
Responsible to adhere to the company Quality Policy, and to understand and follow all applicable Quality Work Instructions and Procedures
- Performs other duties as assigned
Physical Demands/Work Environment:
Working conditions are normal for the office and manufacturing environment. Work may involve lifting of materials and product up to 40 pounds. When working in the manufacturing environment, requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to safety glasses. Loose fitting clothes and jewelry are not permitted in manufacturing. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.