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Works under the direction of the Quality Supervisor. Must be cleared as Employee Possessor by Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms as required by the Safe Explosives Act.
Representative duties include but are not limited to:
Perform in-process and final inspection on electronic and electromechanical subassemblies and assemblies
Inspect soldering to applicable specifications
Must be able to obtain and maintain appropriate J-STD certification before inspecting any soldering work
Inspect electronic subassemblies and assemblies for correct component and component orientation in accordance with assembly drawings
Inspect electromechanical subassemblies and assemblies for assembly tolerances in accordance with inspection criteria
Maintain inspection records in accordance with established procedures. Enter nonconformance on electronic database, such as TIPQA
Inform Supervisor when material inspected indicates unacceptable trends in assembly operations
Keep inspection area clean and orderly
Use automated test equipment (ATE)
Initiate Failure Analysis Reports for ATE
Verify (initial setup) of test equipment for use in performing required inspections/test
Perform basic SPC using SPC Software or hand calculations using calculator
Knowledgeable in Statistical Process Control
Be able to work report to the main plant or the Range as needed
Requirements: Requires ability to use standard math with an understanding of formulas, charts, drawings, specifications and measuring instruments. Must have computer skills including internet, Microsoft Outlook and Office applications. The selected individual must possess 12-months of relevant knowledge and experience. High School Diploma or GED required.