Quality Control Receiving Technician
Duties and Responsibilities
- Perform basic mechanical inspection for assembled parts, profiles, and components in accordance with applicable engineering drawings and specifications.
- Use appropriate mechanical inspection tools including calipers, micrometers, tape measures, and others as needed.
- Ability to interpret engineering drawings and specifications correctly to include standard extrusion tolerances, standard drawing tolerances, and orthographic projections. Able to correctly interpret and measure dimensions along section lines. Competent in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) used on prints to communicate design inspection set up information.
- Basic knowledge of common component manufacturing methods, including aluminum & rigid vinyl extrusions and plastic injection molding. Understands draft angles, flash, pulls, sinks, parting lines, ejector pins and appropriately applies measurement tolerances in these zones.
- Conduct functional testing of components and assemblies, such as pull force, effective engagement and operation, and mating part fit evaluations.
- Evaluate parts for color match to established standards. Performs color measurement using Spectrophotometer. Also compares samples to visual standards using light booth and simulated light sources.
- Inspect profiles for compliance hardness, color, dimensions, and form/fit/function using mating parts or fixtures.
- Document results of inspection. If a part does not meet the specifications, generate Nonconforming Material Report (NMR) and document reasons in computer-based systems. Maintain records in appropriate systems.
- Evaluate product returns in accordance with established procedures.
- Gain a complete understanding of the Quality Management System, be able to write non-conformances, and understand how the Inspector’s job is a vital part of our QMS. Has basic knowledge of ISO 9001 Standard and works to ensure compliance in QA area.
Education and Experience
- Technical School Diploma/Certificate or Associates Degree in Manufacturing Technology, Machine Tool Technology, Procurement Supply Chain Management, Industrial Systems Tech or equivalent.
- Formal Quality Assurance Training and/or Six Sigma Training a plus.
- AutoCAD / Solidworks experience preferred.
- Expert mathematical computation skills to include addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and percentages.
- Solid understanding in the use of mechanical inspection tools including calipers, micrometers, tape measures and others as needed.
- Basic understanding in the use of Colorimeter, light booth, and/or spectrophotometer.
- Basic Computer/PC skills. Intermediate Excel preferred.
- Basic ability to read and interpret blueprints, drawings and specifications