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Quality Layout Inspector


 Name:                                                                                           Department: Quality     

 Reports To: Quality Supervisor                                                            


Job Summary:


Conducts routine inspection of components and subassemblies as required, and determines conformance to drawing specification, with an emphasis on the dimensional layout.


Essential functions:


  1. Follows company policies and procedures with regard to the Quality System as they apply.


  1. Conducts timely First Article Inspections and determines conformance to specifications, Quality plans, and or other customer requirements as directed. Added emphasis on performing complete dimensional layout of complex components and assemblies.


  1. Uses blueprints, quality plans, control plans, sampling plans, and inspection procedures for both Automotive and non-automotive products as required. Participates in special product and process studies as directed by the Quality Supervisor, or Quality Engineers.


  1. Utilizes standard industry inspection equipment to conduct product and process inspections as required. Typical equipment would include CMMs (Vision and Touch Probe), Hand Micrometers, Comparators, Calipers, and various handheld gage, etc.


  1. Must accurately prepare various inspection reports as required to document inspection results and identify all non-conformances. Results must be reported on a timely basis and presented in a format to support PPAP submissions.


  1. Prepares internal nonconformance reports and segregates all identified nonconforming products in accordance with company procedure.


Qualification Skills:


  1. Have a working understanding of geometric dimension and tolerance (GD&T)                                                  
  2. Ability to think analytically and independently.                                                                                              
  3. Ability to work effectively on their own as well as with others at all levels of the organization.                                                                                                                                                           
  4. Good communication skills, both verbal, and written.                                                                                               
  5. Ability to adapt to change.



Minimum Requirements:


  1. High school diploma or equivalent with 5-8 years inspection experience as an inspector of complex components and assemblies in a metal stamping or injection molding or related industry or equivalent.                                                                                                                                                                  
  2. Knowledge of ISO 9001, and IATF 16949 standards is a plus.                     


  1. Ability to demonstrate understanding of Statistical Process Control preferred.


  1. Ability to read and analyze part prints.


  1. Full understanding of the proper use of measurement devices such as Micrometers, Optical comparators, Vision, and Touch CMMs, Drop Indicators, Force Gages, Calipers, etc.


  1. Knowledgeable with Microsoft Office software (Word and Excel at a minimum)


  1. Ability to follow established procedures.


  1. Strong attention to detail and multi-tasking abilities.

    • Job type: Permanent
    • Location: Bloomfield
    • Date posted: