Quality Inspector Temp (R2360)
What You'll Do:
- Ensure the assembly documentation is accurate and complete.
- Observe assembly, lay-up, and torque operations.
- Conduct dimensional inspections on both parts and assemblies.
- Examine raw materials, piece-parts, and final assemblies.
- Produce First Article Inspections (FAI) in accordance with AS9102.
- Interpret specifications, drawings, tolerances, and additional requirements.
- Document inspection and test results through logs, graphs, reports, and local systems.
- Uphold maintenance of test and measurement equipment as well as calibration systems.
- Assess customer returns and implement necessary internal corrective actions.
- Execute other tasks related to the position as directed by leadership.
- Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Quality Assurance, or a related field is preferred.
- Certification from a recognized quality institution like ASQ (American Society for Quality) is advantageous.
- Certification in AS9100 or similar quality management standards in aerospace is a plus.
- Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in a Quality Inspector role within aerospace manufacturing or a related industry.
- Experience in First Article Inspection (FAI) and familiarity with AS9102 standards.
- Practical experience with various inspection techniques and equipment (CMM, calipers, micrometers, etc.).
- Exposure to Lean Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement methodologies.
- Proficiency in reading, understanding, and interpreting technical documents, blueprints, and engineering drawings.
- Strong knowledge of quality assurance principles, practices, and procedures in aerospace manufacturing.
- Capable of performing inspections using assembly instructions and engineering drawings.
- Demonstrated ability to use precision measurement tools and calibrated equipment effectively.
- Strong technical and computer skills, with proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, across various levels within the organization.
- Detail-oriented with a strong understanding of quality-centric practices and processes.