Quality Auditor / Gage Calibration Technician
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Location: Chelsea MI
Perform in-process inspections, and final inspections to industry standards or customer requirements. Performs daily testing and inspection of product at various stages of the production process to determine and maintain quality and reliability of product. Maintain, test and repair a variety of instrumentation and equipment.
- Perform receiving inspection, in-process inspections, and final inspections to industry standards or customer requirement.
- Ensures product meets customer specifications by using job cards, travelers, customer specific documentation, MRB report, certifications, customer specifications and appropriate gaging.
- Records, compiles and evaluates data per customer supplied specifications or requirements.
- Performs GD&T and physical layouts, gaging selection and set up, and cosmetic assessment for acceptability.
- Calibrate, and troubleshoot electronic inspection equipment such as CMM and Surfcom. Train employees on proper equipment utilization.
- Confirm instruments, gauges and testing devices are calibrated correctly and give accurate readings
- Keep clear records of all aspects of the calibration process
- Interface with calibration records software; assuring records accuracy, upload new data, download report data, etc.
- Analyze and interpret data and other information in order to complete calibration procedures
- Calibrate instruments and troubleshooting, installing and repairing mechanical components
- Work closely with electrical devices and should also have knowledge of electricity and circuitry
- Assume responsibility as needed for working with vendors and ordering the necessary parts for a repair
- Build and maintain a working knowledge of sophisticated machinery, including analytical and electronic measuring devices, recording and indicating instruments, and electrical, mechanical and electromechanical equipment
- Must be able to inspect and identify defective parts.
- Must be able to recognize gaging malfunction and adjust as necessary.
- Possession of a high school diploma or successful completion of GED
- Two to five years inspection experience
- Prior experience with Microsoft Word and Excel
- Ability to read and interpret basic blue prints
- Ability to interpret Geometric Dimensions and Tolerance
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