Quality Control Inspector 2nd Shift

Costa Mesa, CA - Contract To Hire - Job ID #1892

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We are seeking a new Quality Control Inspector to join our team. Your role will be to perform receiving, in-process, and final inspection of raw materials, finished machined parts, and assemblies while ensuring conformance with engineering documents, government and commercial standards, customer requirements, and company quality guidelines.  You will also calibrate and use precision measuring instruments;

As a member of the Purchasing team you will work with other Purchasing professionals to ensure that the company vision and values is upheld in all of our supplier relationships.  You will report to our Vice President of Operations.

What You Will Do:

  • Performs inspection of raw materials and castings as well as finished parts from vendors;
  • Conducts first-article inspection of pre-production items from vendors;
  • Examines first-piece machined parts during various processes after acceptance by Machinist and Lead Worker, and perform rechecks throughout production run;
  • Inspects clean, completed parts before release to stockrooms;
  • Verifies correct assembly of valves and controls, and determine that all required tests are performed;
  • Analyzes customer requirements for finished products and spare parts to assure all steps are completed before shipment, including special packaging and marking;
  • Verifies all measuring instruments are calibrated at recall periods or when accuracy is questioned;
  • Performs dimensional inspections using precision measuring instruments such as pressure, threaded ring and plug, bar, height gages, calipers, micrometers, optical comparator, and surface plate work;
  • Compares measurement results to Engineering drawings to determine acceptability for use;
  • Prepares Reject Reports for items not in conformance with quality standards;
  • Completes all records of inspections and vendor performance;
  • Verifies that all work records from machine shop, assembly, and vendors are complete and correct, checking against established Engineering and Inspection standards, and that current revisions have been followed;
  • Works with production personnel to assure priority items are handled first
  • What You Will Bring:

    Our ideal candidate will have 3-5 years of relevant Quality Control experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment, and the following credentials/skills:

  • Minimum high school graduation with course work, training or certification in machining or inspection techniques and procedures in a manufacturing environment;
  • Knowledge of machine shop and inspection practices;
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints and work specifications;
  • Knowledge of applicable military and commercial standards;
  • Some knowledge of hydraulics and assembly practices;
  • Ability to use standard precision measuring instruments to check linear, angular and configuration of raw, in-process, and completed parts to tolerances of .0001″; and
  • Ability to organize, coordinate, and schedule work.

Salary DOE: $18.00 – $21.00


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