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Receiving Inspection Inspector Sr

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JOB TITLE:

Receiving Inspection Inspector Sr

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JOB SKILLS:

JOB LOCATION:

Irvine California / United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Position name: Receiving Inspection Inspector Sr

Shift: 1st Shift 7am

Must have FAA Repair station experience
Must have Receiving inspection experience
Able to use inspection tools
Not interested in folks that jump from job to job
Not interested in medical inspection experience

Receiving Inspector
POSITION SUMMARY:
With minimum guidance in a team environment, using independent judgement to determine quality and usability, responsible for a wide variety of complex inspection requirements.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities may include some or all of the following: Maintain accurate and up to date acceptance and rejection records and/or certifications systems as required by the applicable specifications. Determine acceptance or rejection after inspection and/or calibration of parts, tools, instruments or xray film. Identify defective conditions and test failures and prepare all appropriate documentation and/or calibration history.

INSPECTION:
Perform inspection on complex parts using a wide variety of measuring and test equipment. Adapt and develop complex inspection set ups to check sample parts, forgings and castings. Check tool and jig layouts. Perform first article and envelope inspections, source inspections, and/or complex surface plate set ups. Interpret specifications, charts, manuals and other data to arrive at acceptance or rejection. Recommend changes to supervision. Use mathematics to convert blueprint dimension and tolerances. Work within the guidelines of drawings, schematics, blueprints, route sheets, travelers, quality directives, technical engineering specifications, customer's requirements and military standards. Layout all component part characteristics onto rough or semi machined castings, forgings and machine parts to maintain control of machining cycle during manufacturing. Make own gaging set ups on surface plate using block, parallels, clamps, sine plates and V blocks to take readings with precision measuring instruments. Adapt inspection equipment to check standard, non standard and special products. Investigate cause of customer return failures. Perform inspections to applicable specifications within assembly, test and shipping departments. Assist customer/government source inspectors as necessary.

CALIBRATION:
Perform calibration on complex multi function electronic measuring and test equipment. Set up calibration test conditions having various circuit requirements interpreting calibration procedures, specifications, manufacturer's instructions, or related documents. Ability to interpret drawings and electronic schematics. Document and evaluate historical data to determine calibration intervals. Diagnose and calibrate newly acquired complex electronic equipment.

NONDESTRUCTIVE TEST:
Perform daily, weekly and monthly equipment and material checks. Perform preinspection and post inspection cleaning. Set up equipment and conduct tests. Interpret, evaluate and document inspection results in accordance with approved procedures. Perform complete inspections in accordance with applicable specifications, standards and other contractual documents. Operate X ray equipment and film processor. Select the method and technique to be used for a specific inspection. Prepare and verify the adequacy of inspection procedures. Approve procedures, specifications, standards and other written documents that control the inspection. Conduct or direct the training and examination of Level I, II and III personnel. Observe all prescribed safety rules and regulations and maintain a FOD free work area. Perform other related responsibilities.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Five years related inspection experience or demonstrated ability to perform described responsibilities. Knowledge of applicable military standards or specifications. May be required to be certified as a Level II Non-destructive Test Inspector in at least three disciplines or as a Level III Examiner in at least one discipline. Certification must be in accordance with MIL STD 410 and PES1 29. Required experience in CMM operations, background in dimensioning and tolerancing per ANSI Y 14.5. Proficient in reading and interpreting blueprints, customer's specifications and internal drawings and procedures. Thorough knowledge of machine shop mathematics including trigonometry. Knowledge of electro hydraulic servo systems and the computer IEEE systems. Personal hand tools may be required. May be required to lift up to 50 lbs.

Position Details

POSTED:

Aug 27, 2022

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S1657184407344153

LOCATION:

California / United States

CITY:

Irvine

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Position name: Receiving Inspection Inspector Sr

Shift: 1st Shift 7am

Must have FAA Repair station experience
Must have Receiving inspection experience
Able to use inspection tools
Not interested in folks that jump from job to job
Not interested in medical inspection experience

Receiving Inspector
POSITION SUMMARY:
With minimum guidance in a team environment, using independent judgement to determine quality and usability, responsible for a wide variety of complex inspection requirements.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsibilities may include some or all of the following: Maintain accurate and up to date acceptance and rejection records and/or certifications systems as required by the applicable specifications. Determine acceptance or rejection after inspection and/or calibration of parts, tools, instruments or xray film. Identify defective conditions and test failures and prepare all appropriate documentation and/or calibration history.

INSPECTION:
Perform inspection on complex parts using a wide variety of measuring and test equipment. Adapt and develop complex inspection set ups to check sample parts, forgings and castings. Check tool and jig layouts. Perform first article and envelope inspections, source inspections, and/or complex surface plate set ups. Interpret specifications, charts, manuals and other data to arrive at acceptance or rejection. Recommend changes to supervision. Use mathematics to convert blueprint dimension and tolerances. Work within the guidelines of drawings, schematics, blueprints, route sheets, travelers, quality directives, technical engineering specifications, customer's requirements and military standards. Layout all component part characteristics onto rough or semi machined castings, forgings and machine parts to maintain control of machining cycle during manufacturing. Make own gaging set ups on surface plate using block, parallels, clamps, sine plates and V blocks to take readings with precision measuring instruments. Adapt inspection equipment to check standard, non standard and special products. Investigate cause of customer return failures. Perform inspections to applicable specifications within assembly, test and shipping departments. Assist customer/government source inspectors as necessary.

CALIBRATION:
Perform calibration on complex multi function electronic measuring and test equipment. Set up calibration test conditions having various circuit requirements interpreting calibration procedures, specifications, manufacturer's instructions, or related documents. Ability to interpret drawings and electronic schematics. Document and evaluate historical data to determine calibration intervals. Diagnose and calibrate newly acquired complex electronic equipment.

NONDESTRUCTIVE TEST:
Perform daily, weekly and monthly equipment and material checks. Perform preinspection and post inspection cleaning. Set up equipment and conduct tests. Interpret, evaluate and document inspection results in accordance with approved procedures. Perform complete inspections in accordance with applicable specifications, standards and other contractual documents. Operate X ray equipment and film processor. Select the method and technique to be used for a specific inspection. Prepare and verify the adequacy of inspection procedures. Approve procedures, specifications, standards and other written documents that control the inspection. Conduct or direct the training and examination of Level I, II and III personnel. Observe all prescribed safety rules and regulations and maintain a FOD free work area. Perform other related responsibilities.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Five years related inspection experience or demonstrated ability to perform described responsibilities. Knowledge of applicable military standards or specifications. May be required to be certified as a Level II Non-destructive Test Inspector in at least three disciplines or as a Level III Examiner in at least one discipline. Certification must be in accordance with MIL STD 410 and PES1 29. Required experience in CMM operations, background in dimensioning and tolerancing per ANSI Y 14.5. Proficient in reading and interpreting blueprints, customer's specifications and internal drawings and procedures. Thorough knowledge of machine shop mathematics including trigonometry. Knowledge of electro hydraulic servo systems and the computer IEEE systems. Personal hand tools may be required. May be required to lift up to 50 lbs.


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