- Inspect all incoming fabricated parts from external suppliers and our own machine shop to ensure they are made to print.
- Identify parts which are incorrect and complete the necessary rejection documentation.
- Review all rejected parts with Operations Director and Engineering Manager, as required, and recommend disposition.
- Maintain the inspection log and MRB (Material Review Board) documentation.
- Liaise with Engineering on the interpretation of designs.
- Regular contact with suppliers on issues and queries raised by them, primarily associated with print dimensions etc.
- Create reports as needed.
- Work with the machine shop and assembly personnel on problem resolution.
- Operate machine tools as required.
- Undertake assembly work as required.
- Assist on other jobs in the factory as required.
- High School Diploma or GED, Associate Degree or equivalent desired.
- Formal training in Quality/Inspection/mechanical assembly/machining gained via an apprenticeship or equivalent program.
- Strong background in metrology and best practices for measuring manufactured parts.
- Detailed knowledge and experience of inspection equipment.
- Good knowledge of metal materials and their characteristics.
- Blue print reading.
- Intermediate computer skills: Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word. SolidWorks knowledge and experience.
- Knowledge of good manufacturing practices.
- Work as part of a team and the need to be flexible.
- The ability to work in an organized manner and be able to cope with pressure on occasions.
- Interpersonal skills to be able to communicate with employees at all levels within the company.
- The physical strength to be able to handle weights of up to 56 lbs.
- Experience of building capital equipment, preferably packaging equipment. Experience in the pharmaceutical industry is a plus.
- Be prepared to work occasional overtime when required.
- Assist with tasks in other parts of the plant, as required.