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Mechanical Inspector - Day and Swing Shifts
Ref No.: 18-34871
Location: Sacramento, California
Position Type:Direct Placement
Pay Rate : $ 25.00 /Hour
Skill Type
Skill Type:Light Industrial
Job Description:
With precision in execution and meticulous attention to detail, performs inspections at various stages of assembly and manufacturing, including first article, in-process, and final inspections, of complex machined/molded parts for conformance to specifications. Maintains accurate records..
Mechanical Inspector ALL
The duties and responsibilities listed below apply to all levels of Mechanical Inspector.  Each level of Mechanical Inspector has additional duties and responsibilities as listed.
  1. Prepare required inspection documentation such as written descriptions of inspection results including deviations from engineering specifications.
  2. Generate Discrepant Material Reports (DMR), process materials / items into and out of hold areas.  Verifies remediation actions completed per DMR instructions.
  3. Perform Quality transactions in various systems:  ERP (Cincom), DMR Log, Continuous Improvement Action Log.
  4. Cooperate with and support Engineering and Manufacturing efforts.
  5. Maintain a clean work area ensuring strict adherence to the 5S Standards.
  6. Comply with established safety directives.
  7. Familiar with company's Quality Management System requirements and follow procedures as applicable to Mechanical Inspector responsibilities.
  8. Communicate in English, both written and verbal.
  9. Work well as an individual contributor as well as in a team environment.
  10. Maintain accurate time keeping.
Mechanical Inspector I
  1. Work with complex inspection plans, mechanical drawings and electrical drawings.
  2. Use of common gages and measurement instruments for inspection purposes.
  3. Perform AQL sampling and procedures.
  4. Specific skills and responsibilities for this level include:
  • Performing basic math calculations.           
  • Operating Inspection Tools.       
  • Demonstrating an understanding of company's Quality policies and standards.
  • Adhering to and following a wide variety of internal procedures.
  • The ability to read, understand and create/update required documentation.
Mechanical Inspector II
  1. Perform critical quality-testing activities on projects covering mechanical installations and hardware testing.
  2. Perform First Article (FA) inspection to validate product requirements with little to no assistance.
  3. Apply established inspection procedures and recommend changes to inspection formats and procedures to improve quality process.
  4. Inspect complex machined and molded tools, fixtures, and parts using advanced measuring and layout instruments and equipment and visual and mechanical inspection methods.
  5. Present hardware and documentation for source inspection review to customer and/or government representatives.
  6. Assist in the training of other personnel as required.
  7. Perform or assist with internal QMS audits.
  8. Read and understand supplier performance data.
  9. Operate the manual CMM.
  10. Perform calibration process.
Additional Desired Skills for Inspector II
  1. CWI Weld inspection Certification/ NDT Experience
Experience and Skills:
Mechanical Inspector I
  1. One to two years related experience.
  2. Demonstrated ability to accurately use common inspection instruments.
  3. High school education or equivalent.
  4. Must be able to understand & follow company's Quality processes and procedures.
  5. Must be able to demonstrate accurate basic math skills.
  6. Working knowledge of MS Office software with the ability to navigate around files.
  7. Ability to learn ERP system and input accurate transactions.
  8. Exceptional organizational and communication skills, attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize multiple assignments.
  9. May be required to obtain and maintain a U.S. security clearance at the appropriate level (requires U.S. Citizenship). 
Mechanical Inspector II
  1. Two to four years related experience.
  2. Works under minimal supervision.
  3. Understands the use of common gages and measurement instruments.
  4. Proficient in surface plate tools and techniques.
    1. Previous application of quality tools including CMM, open set-ups, and a variety of hand inspection tools to ensure parts conform to all drawing requirements and specifications.
    2. Experience working with QMS, AQL, Mil, aerospace and other industry specifications.
    3. Proficient MS Word and MS Excel.
    4. Basic understanding of GD&T.
      1. Must be able to research traceability and construct data packages.
      2. Must understand calibration systems and traceability to standards.
  • May work extended hours or weekends as business needs.
  • Office and manufacturing environment.             
  • Possibility of exposure to noise and hazardous chemicals.
  • Standing on a hard surface, walking, some lifting (not over 50 lbs).