Final Inspector $14 :
- Must be able to read and write English.
- Must be capable of: (100-400 times per shift)
- Lifting and carrying of parts (with a partner) that may weigh as much as 150 lbs. (average parts weigh 40-60 lbs.)
- Stooping, climbing, or crouching with some frequency.
- Repetitive movements (grasping, pushing, and pulling)
- Must be on your feet all day (standing or walking)
- Must be able to visually inspect parts and read hazardous labels on chemical containers.
- Will receive training to become qualified for job.
- Reliable attendance and punctuality are a must.
- Ability to work in a team.
- Visual inspection of parts for small defects, use of precision measuring instruments, and recording of data.
- Ability to work overtime, as needed (This to include scheduled days off and up to 10 hour shifts with little notice to complete production).
- Set up inspection area.
- Set up and operation of DA-SPEC-190 air gauge.
- Set up and operation of fiber-optic inspection light.
- Clean all the plugs and rings as necessary.
- Inspect work from the previous day.
- Visual inspection with the fiber-optic light.
- Check for surface finish of plating.
- Check for I.D. dimension using the air gauge.
- Check threads with gauge when necessary.
- Complete Batch Processing Sheet.
- Identify all items that deviate from finish dimension standards.
- Label all tubes that are out of finish dimension standards.
- Record plating defects and necessary action in “Plating Defect Log.”
- Report inspection results to Production Manager and Chemical Process Engineer.
- Clean all gauges and rings thoroughly before putting them away.
- Maintain all equipment as follows:
- Check the calibration of the gauges
- Check the calibration of the thread gauges
- Inspect gauge plugs and rings for wear and defects (one per week).
- Keep all rings and plugs clean
- Check air hoses and fittings for leaks and tightness (daily).
- Always use proper safety equipment.
- Any other duties as assigned by management.