The Quality Technician performs duties in the quality area to inspect a variety of simple to complex parts and assemblies to very close tolerances. This includes documenting, communicating and maintaining inspection records. The inspections will be performed using standard precision measuring devices such as micrometers, height gauges, calipers, and our CMM. A strong understanding of GD&T, ability to read and interpret complex drawing and accurately complete part and assembly evaluations will play a large part in determining the success of this position.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
An individual in this position must be able to successfully perform the duties and responsibilities listed below. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. Other duties may be assigned.
- Perform part and assembly inspections and complete inspection reports based on the assigned priority
- CMM operation and ability to develop basic CMM programming skills
- Verify inspection data for accuracy prior to submission
- Verify part compliance and recommend updates to engineering drawings
- Report quality results to designated parties and maintain quality records and documentation per DeltaHawk quality procedures
- Support Procurement as requested to resolve supplier conformity issues including Supplier Corrective Actions and communication of technical details effecting conformity issues
- Take part in formal problem solving teams, including those created to address Corrective Action Requests or Supplier Corrective Actions
- Ability to maintain a high level of integrity with the DeltaHawk team, suppliers and FAA through accurate, timely and comprehensive communication and reporting
- Demonstrated ability to operate a CMM for the inspection of complex parts, in a thorough and efficient manner
- Must be proficient in the use of all common inspections tools, such as calipers, micrometers, gage blocks, height gauges, pin gauges, thread gauges, etc.
- Ability to inspect parts with tight tolerances
- A solid knowledge and demonstrated experience using GD&T
- Must be proficient in interpreting engineering drawings and CAD files for the purpose on performing accurate inspections
- Ability to determine the correct measuring instruments required to perform inspections
- Ability to use computer programs to complete inspection reports, graphs and charts, and maintain calibration files
- Must have good organizational and technical communication skills
- Requires a High School degree or GED.
- Requires 1 years of Quality Measurement Control experience in a GD&T environment
- Requires 2+ years of professional Quality Measurement Control experience in a GD&T environment, with a minimum 1 years of CMM experience
- Ability to perform process, product and supplier quality audits
- Professional quality experience within an aerospace environment
- Experience working within an ISO 9001 or AS9100 environment or similar quality system
- Related AA or trade school degree
- ASQ certification as a Quality Technician or Quality Inspector
Work will primarily be performed in a metrology lab maintained to environmental conditions for temperature and humidity consistent with industry standards for measurement accuracy. Lifting of up to 40 lbs. from floor to bench height will be required. Kneeling, squatting, bending and other positions appropriate to properly read gauges and position materials for measurement will be required. Periodically assignments may require work be performed in a production area or at a supplier, requiring the use of PPEs determined appropriate for the environment by the resident authority.
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