Inspector I (TAPS) - 1st Shift

Quality Barrington, New Hampshire


The Inspector I performs inspection of material and product according to documented procedures along with a variety of tasks. A certain degree of creativity and latitude is required.

Position Specific Responsibilities

  • Perform the following types of inspections using manual inspection equipment or existing CMM: receipt inspections of stock for customer material and outside services, first piece inspections including shroud probes for approval of turning and milling programs, final inspections per customer drawings.
  • Perform basic measurements using an Optical Comparator.
  • Enter NCR’s in to Intelex.
  • Identify, tag, and segregate all non-conforming parts for Quality Manager/Engineer and Engineering to disposition.
  • Visually inspect incoming material and machined material for defects and proper marking. Compare this to the customer master.
  • Ensure that all process steps are complete during final sample inspections.
  • Perform CMM qualification, set-ups, program selection measurements and troubleshooting efficiently.
  • Perform other duties as necessary.

Qualifications & Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • 1 to 2 years of related experience preferred.
  • Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the machining field.
  • Familiar with all product features, drawing requirements and alternate means of measurement as appropriate required.
  • Level 1 Certification required within 6 months of taking this position.
  • Mechanical and CMM inspection experience preferred.
  • Working knowledge of ANSI Y 14.5 and blueprints desired.
  • Basic understanding of SPC.
  • Basic understanding of MS Office: Outlook, Word, and Excel, Internet and ERP software helpful (Epicor preferred).
  • Must understand the importance of quality, and the effects it imposes on our customers.
  • Good interpersonal, communication and organization skills.
  • Able to work in a team environment
  • Requires occasional lifting and carrying of 15 lbs. or more and standing for extended periods of time.

Our Culture at Play:
Here at TURBOCAM, we have a Commitment to Excellence in everything that we do – whether that’s the engineering and manufacturing of our product, our relationships with customers around the globe, or the investment in those that make TURBOCAM such an exceptional place to work. We make this commitment to our team by:

  • Prioritizing our employee’s health and wellbeing with our two on-site fitness centers, basketball court, squash court, walking trails, and our free fitness classes.
  • Our ongoing investment in professional and educational development, including a state-of-the-art Educational Center with on-site dedicated staff, training and development opportunities, and tuition reimbursement programs.
  • Carefully-crafting an employee-focused benefits package, including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, 401k, Short and Long-Term Disability, 9 paid holidays, and 11 days of PTO accrued annually for the first 2 years. 

Advancing Our Mission:
The creation of our Mission has led our culture to where we are over thirty years later. Throughout our day, we purchase food in our café and choose which charitable organizations TURBOCAM will donate those funds to, pumping thousands of dollars per month into the community; our Charity of the Month enables our employees to promote their passion company-wide and highlight an organization in need. And, outside of work, we pay employees to get out and volunteer for up to eight hours per calendar year at an organization of their choice – sometimes as far away as India or Nepal!

All offers of employment are contingent on the satisfactory results of a pre-employment drug screening and background check, both arranged and paid for by TURBOCAM.