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Quality Inspector
Ref No.: 17-25374
Location: Sparks, Maryland
· Demonstrates the effective use of measuring tools such as calipers, micrometers, scales, rules, height gauges, video comparator, and optical comparator. · Ability to read and comprehend basic assembly drawings, test procedures, and component drawings. · Reading, writing and math skills to include working with fractions and decimals, conversions between fractions and decimals and percentages. · Good Administrative skills and knowledge of established rules of metrology including basic working knowledge of geometric dimensioning tolerancing; ASME Y 14.5 - 1994 preferred. (GD&T) · Basic knowledge & understanding of sampling techniques (ANSI/ASQC Z1.4-2003) 3+ years quality experience or equivalent training. Advanced math skills and statistics. Familiarity with Personal Computers and basic use of a Windows environment preferred. Smart Scope or CMM experience is preferred

The Incoming Mechanical Inspector III /IV is responsible for effectively interacting with all levels of associates, and all functional departments in the organization. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to: · Perform Inspections at Incoming/In-process for the Instrument Plant. · Plan and perform daily work duties, inspections, and tests under the direction of Supervisor/Group Leader. · Use decision-making skills and judgment to verify that quality standards are continuously maintained. · Effectively works in a team setting, supporting team goals and objectives. · Follows Client policies and procedures. For Mechanical Inspector: - Perform Mechanical Inspections using calipers, micrometers and gages and other mechanical inspection tools such as a CMM or Smart Scope. For Electrical Inspector: - Perform Electrical Inspections using visual inspection instruments, multimeter, and basic mechanical tooling such as calipers or micrometer