|Job Order #||Company||Job Type||Salary||Location||Application Deadline|
|10440172||TECT Aerospace||Full-Time||DOE||Wellington, KS||08/31/2017|
OBJECTIVE: Perform in-process and final inspection of machined, fabricated, processed, and assembled product, maintain quality records and documentation as required, and perform related tasks to ensure delivered product meets or exceeds customer requirements and expectations. SPECIAL WORK CONDITIONS AND AMERICANS WITH DISABILITY REQUIREMENTS: •Prolonged periods of standing, stooping, crouching, bending and stretching. •Lifting up to 50 lb. without assistance and over 50 lb. with assistance. •Constant exposure to general shop conditions, including machine noise and metal dust. •Constant repetitive use of hands, wrists and arms. Level I: Major Activities Performed and Machines/Tools Used by All Job Levels •Verify configuration/acceptability of machined or formed product using the following as applicable: •Precision measuring equipment (PME), i.e., micrometers, calipers, depth micrometers, protractors, etc. •Engineering drawings, mylars (PCM’s), specifications, etc. •Shop charts, shop sketches and other supporting documents (i.e., Engineering Orders, SPCO’s, Drawing Change Notices, etc.) •Special tooling (check fixtures, templates, etc.) •First Article Inspection – enter data into prepared FAI reports (AS9102 forms 1, 2, and 3) with minimal to moderate assistance. Typical Job Requirements •Be able to review blueprints and specifications to determine product acceptance criteria. •Use certified gauges, instruments, and tooling as required. •Follow instructions from manufacturing planning, setup sheets, shop charts, and verbal work instructions with moderate assistance. •Make required entries into manufacturing planning (work order) and ERP business operating system, including completion of any supplemental forms attached or referenced. •Demonstrate good communication and self-management skills Education & Experience •High School graduate or equivalent. •Mechanical aptitude and good work ethic •Minimum one year work experience in aerospace machining environment, preferably as a machinist or inspector. •Demonstrated mathematical ability •Demonstrated ability to read and comprehend technical documents Level II: Major Activities Performed and Machines/Tools Used by Job Level II *Perform all activities identified in Level I description. *Verify configuration/acceptability of raw material and out-sourced production and special processing using the appropriate documentation, specifications, and resources. *Review and interpret customer, supplier and internal technical documentation to determine acceptability of product or process with minimal assistance. *First Article Inspection *Prepare and/or complete FAI reports (AS9102 forms 1, 2, and 3) with minimal or no assistance. *Review and approve first article forms prepared by Level I Inspectors *Perform peer review of FAI reports upon request *Provide guidance to Level I Inspectors. Typical Job Requirements •Perform all requirements of Level I. •Use all gauges, instruments, and tooling indicated in Level I description. •Fully competent in the understanding and interpretation of manufacturing planning, setup sheets, shop charts and verbal work instructions. •Review manufacturing documents including customer purchase orders, materials and processing documentation, and engineering specifications to determine product/process requirements and apply that information to the current job or work order with minimal or no assistance. •Advanced blueprint reading capabilities. •Assist with on-the-job training (OJT) of Level I inspectors as assigned by supervision •Perform special assignments (example: tooling acceptance or 1st part conformity) upon request •Receive and maintain certification in one or more certified inspection operations (i.e. Rockwell, electrical conductivity, weld, sealant, etc.) upon management request. •Able to perform multiple inspection functions as assigned. •Able to perform required data entry into applicable ERP business operating system. •Perform as a leadperson if required. •Demonstrate a high level of efficiency and organization in daily activities. Education & Experience •Required: All Level I requirements plus the following: •Minimum of three years of work experience as a Quality Inspector in a machining or assembly aerospace manufacturing facility. •Verifiable specialized training in product acceptance and demonstrated proficiency to the satisfaction of Quality management or supervision may be considered in lieu of QA inspection experience. •Working knowledge in basic Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) Preferred: Specialized training in blueprint, math, communications or other applicable disciplines. GENERAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES •Maintain good housekeeping practices on machines and in work area. •Comply with all company and safety rules and regulations. Wear personal protective equipment as required. •Follow corporate policies and procedures as well as department goals and objectives. Maintain frequent interaction with vendors on new machinery and assist with set up as needed. •Actively participate in cross-training, cost savings and team activities to improve processes. •Maintain appropriate tact and diplomacy when interacting with co-workers, team members and supervisors.
How to Apply:
Qualified candidates can apply by either: Email firstname.lastname@example.org In person at: 1515 N A Street, Wellington, KS 67152 Or online at: www.tectaero.com EOE/M/F/Veterans/Disabled