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Job NumberM2-1210
 
Position TitleIncoming Material Inspector
 
LocationYoungwood, PA
 
Summary PRIMARY FUNCTIONS
Perform a variety of quality evaluation checks on incoming raw and fabricated parts and finished products to assure compliance with acceptability standards.

WORKING PROCEDURES:
1. Receive oral and written instructions from supervision.
2. Obtain and work from engineering drawings, specifications, catalogs, purchase orders, Work Station Instructions (WSI), Powerex Procedures, and Quality Standards.
3. Inspect parts and material for conformance to specified tolerances and quality standards such as:
a. Perform electrical measurements on components and parts that include, but are not limited to such issues as lifetime, resistance, continuity, and capacitance, etc., on such items as silicon, resistors, capacitors, etc.
b. Obtain inspection or gauging tools and fixtures and make necessary inspection setups involving coordinate measuring machines (CMM), height gauges, surface plate, dial indicators, optical comparator, hardness checker, X-Ray fluorescence (XRF), etc., to inspect raw, machined, and fabricated and expense material for conformance to quality standards such as dislocation, orientation, linear dimensions, hole location and diameters, outside diameter, concentricity, radii, hardness, and finish.
c. Select and determine appropriate inspection equipment to assure the accuracies and precision of inspection.
4. Complete and record dimensional measurements both written and in electronic format, rejection notices, computer updates, vendor evaluation forms, and other documentation as required. Place inspected material in assigned areas.
5. Must be able to properly disposition nonconforming materials within a timely manner, including all required documentation. This involves working with Purchasing and Engineering to communicate and clear nonconforming material.
6. Perform dimensional inspections of first articles and document via electronic format.
7. Comply with quality systems, customer and technical regulatory requirements.
8. Maintain a clean and orderly work area.

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:
Such as calipers, micrometers, thread gauges, go/no-go gauges, digital voltmeter, potentiometer, N-P tester, oscilloscope, ohm-meter, microscope, optical comparator, lifetime, capacitor and resistor testers, profilometer, surface plate, Rockwell hardness checker, weight scale, micrometers, calipers, height gauges, protractor, dial indicator, leak detector, and various gauging fixtures.

DIRECTION OF OTHERS:
Lower grade positions that may be assigned to assist in work functions.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma.

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
American Society of Quality Certified mechanical inspection OR machinist journeyman’s papers OR equivalent technical school certification OR seven (7) years as a mechanical inspector within the last ten (10) years.

Basic proficiency with common office applications, such as e-mail, word processing, and spreadsheets. Capable of navigating and using all applicable internal web-based and enterprise management information systems.
 

 
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