Grover Gundrilling, LLC Oxford, ME, United States
FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Complete first piece inspections per company policies and operating procedures. Complete in-process inspections per company policies and operating procedures. Complete final inspections on completed jobs, prior to shipment as directed by company policies and operating procedures. Peer review for completeness and accuracy final inspection certifications. Communicate all quality issues to Quality Director and Production Supervisors. Ensure that work orders conform to customer and company specifications. Review customer PO’s to anticipate problem areas for quality. Review areas with Supervisors to ensure that appropriate steps are taken to avoid problems or deviations. Audit inspections completed by other team members. Ensure that the inspection area is maintained in an organized and clean manner. Ensure that all inspection equipment is serviceable and calibrated. Perform periodic inspections of the equipment and procedures as required. Increase levels of productivity by suggesting solutions to problems in the manufacturing process. Anticipate problems and provide contingency recommendations and plans. Perform all other related duties that may be assigned by the QA Director. DESIRED EDUCATION//EXPERIENCE: Minimum: High School Diploma with 5 years of related QA experience. Preferred: Associates degree or 2 years Industrial Technology program or 5 years of related experience. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Must have in-depth knowledge of Quality Assurance Programs and hands-on inspection experience. Must possess the ability to think and solve quality issues with creative understanding. Must be detail-oriented and be able to suggest specification modifications as required. Interpret intricate customer requirements including specifications and drawings. Shop Safety and AS9100/ISO 9001;20O8 Auditor training. Blueprint reading with in-depth knowledge of GD&T. Math skills including geometry and trigonometry. Must have the ability to use all required measuring equipment including micrometers, calipers/verniers, height stands, surface plate set-ups, hardness tester, CMM’s, Optical Comparator and surface analyzers. Knowledge of quality auditing process, ultra-sonic thickness equipment, and calibration of inspection hand tools a plus. Ability to work in a fast-paced high energy environment. Basic mechanical aptitude. Computer skills - should be proficient with all aspects of Microsoft Office. Ability to gain the cooperation of supervisors to achieve schedule and goals for jobs. Good interpersonal communication skills and the ability to handle difficult situations with tact. High degree of independence, self-motivation and self-direction, especially with regards to prioritizing tasks, in a fast-paced high energy environment. Must possess the ability to think and solve problems with creative understanding. Must have a good eye for detail and be able to suggest process/specification modifications as required. The ability to organize and prioritize jobs.