Roseville, CA | 3-6 Month contract
The Quality Inspector’s primary focus is to maintain quality standards throughout all product lines by approving incoming materials, in-process production and finished products. The Quality Inspector will be responsible for stopping production lines, under predefined parameters, and escalating non-conformances to Quality and Manufacturing Management.
The Quality Inspector must work cross-functionally to recommend continuous improvement opportunities and take part in continuous improvement initiatives.
Additional Quality Inspector Job Duties:
- Documenting inspection results by completing quality records and inputting data into ERP and Quality databases
- Ensures measuring equipment and inspection fixtures are operational by adhering to proper use and escalating to repair personnel
- Provide assistance to other Quality team members when needed
- Actively updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical publications as identified by supervision
Required Knowledge, Skills, Experience, Characteristics
- Ability to manage their own time and job priorities with minimal hour-to-hour supervision (self-starter)
- Detail oriented and thorough
- Ability to work in a high pace, changing environment
- Ability to escalate and influence cross-functionally
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Basic understanding of computer applications including spreadsheets, manufacturing test applications, and quality analysis software
- Understand Calibration and ESD
- Use standard inspection tool, i.e. micrometers, height gage, calipers. CMM is a plus
Minimum Education & Experience:
- A.S in a science or technology field preferred
- 1 year relevant experience in a manufacturing environment
- Mobility to work in a standard office setting and to use standard office equipment, including a computer.
- Ability to use vison to read computer screen and read printed materials.
- Regularly lift 30-50 pounds & perform repetitive tasks.
- Regularly possess manual dexterity to assemble & test instruments quickly and accurately.
- Specific vision abilities required include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus on optical inspection equipment.