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Quality Inspector

NEWARK, NY

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Description

Monitor parts, materials, and products received from suppliers (internal and external) to identify conformance to established company standards. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge and experience in inspection/fabrication of bare printed circuits and/or inspection/assembly of electronic products.

  • 1st (M-F, 7am-3:30pm) and 2nd (M-Th, 3:20pm-1:50am) shifts available
  • Pay rate based on experience

Responsibilities: 

  • Perform visual, dimensional, mechanical and/or electrical inspection utilizing standard documentation, procedures and precision measuring devices to support receiving and final inspection
  • Accept/reject for conformance to standards and specifications
  • Verify compliance to applicable standards and other approved documentation 
  • Inspection of piece parts and/or complete assemblies 
  • Maintain files and records as required
  • Communicate professionally and effectively with internal customers 
  • Train new QA inspectors
  • Perform QA data collection and data entry into production MRP/MES software systems
  • Maintain nonconforming material in the MRB area and process the material per documented instructions 
  • Additional Responsibilities may include:
  • Ability to use various measuring tools, such as micrometers, height gauge, rulers, gauges, dial and digital calipers
  • Ability to use XRF and optical measuring equipment
  • Extensive knowledge in the manufacture and quality control of electronic and electromechanical parts, assemblies and finished products
  • Competency in PCB workmanship standards and component identification (IPC-600, 610)
  • Ability to write clear and concise reports
  • Ability to use PC to record and retrieve data
  • Ability to keep precise records
  • Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
  • Prioritize work with minimal supervision
  • Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and management
  • Possess a team building attitude  

Job Requirements

  • Training & Experience: 

    • High School Graduate required
    • A.S. in technical curriculum preferred (Math, Science, Electronics, Mechanical, etc.)
    • Minimum of 4 years of prior experience in fabrication of bare circuit boards or assembly of electronic products
    • Must be able to read & interpret technical design documentation, BOMs and wire diagrams
    • IPC 600, 610, 620 Certification preferred
    • J-STD-00, ASQ-I, ASQ-T Certification preferred

     

    Computer Skills:

    • Intermediate Microsoft Word skills as evidenced by the ability to perform all of the basic functions as well as create moderately complex documents containing tables and graphs, and ability to mail merge documents, apply page setup functions (margins, page numbers, footers, headers), create an index and/or table of contents, use search & replace, print labels and envelopes.
    • Intermediate Microsoft Excel skills as evidenced by the ability to perform all of the basic functions as well as the ability to use workbooks, link data, create and edit charts, change page orientation, add headers and footers, filter and sort lists, format data, insert rows, enter and sort data and produce graphs and charts.
    • Intermediate Microsoft PowerPoint skills as evidenced by the ability to create (from a master template) standard reports including charts, pictures and notation.
    • Familiarity with internet usage of search engines to find component datasheets for verification of components during First Article Inspection.

    Physical Activity Requirements:

    • Work Environment: Production environment where the noise level is generally moderately noisy
    • Work Position: Primarily sitting
    • Body Movements: While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be required to stand, walk, sit, climb, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl
    • Weight Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 20lbs
    • Sensory Requirements: Vision, speech, hearing, smell, and touch are routinely used in day to day functions
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