Quality Motor Inspector - (2nd Shift)

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Looking for a DC Motor Inspector with full responsibility for quality dispositions, which includes segregation, identification, and DMR generation.

Essential Functions:

  • Achieve and maintain required production rates, working to written routings.
  • Interprets product drawings and specifications to assure required conformance.
  • Maintain and meet production standards.
  • Perform floor inspections.
  • Perform incoming inspection.
  • Devise ordinary gage or measurement setups.
  • Inspect product to close tolerance.
  • Diversified in all areas of inspections.
  • Operate complicated inspection equipment.
  • Writes requisitions for the repair of defective parts.
  • Develops and implements inspection priorities.
  • Other duties as required.

Required Knowledge and Skills:
  • Must have knowledge of shop math.
  • Ability to use standard and metric systems.
  • Ability to read scales and weights.
  • Must be able to interpret product drawings.

Additional Responsibilities:
  • Know, understand, and follow quality procedures.
  • Accurately document your work as required by company procedures.
  • Achieve and maintain production rates as determined by supervision.
  • Maintain good housekeeping standards around the work station.
  • Follow all safety directives and work in a safe manner.
  • Abide by and conform to all company rules and policies.

Additional Information:
  • 2nd Shift Hours: Mon-Thurs: 4pm to 12: 30am and Friday: 3pm-11: 30pm

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