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Quality Assurance Technician

Posted: 10/27/2021

General Accountability:
Performs inspections as required or as directed by manufacturing.  Performs receiving inspections of incoming product as required.  Notifies vendor of non-conformances and makes arrangements to return non-conforming product to the vendor
 
Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Perform routine and complex inspections of product, including prototype and experimental, subhassemblies and assemblies and accept or reject same with designated forms. 
  • Perform process audits of various processes including fabrication, welding, machining, paint, assembly using an approved process audit checklist. 
  • Set up, program and operate standard and specialized inspection equipment, to include, but not limited to coordinate measuring machines (CMM) and inspection arms (Romer or Faro arms)
  • Perform process capability studies
  • Assist in resolving fabrication, machining, welding, paint and assembly quality problems. 
  • Help operators become familiar with gauging, blueprint reading, charting, etc. 
  • Must be able to work with suppliers when non-conforming product is deemed a supplier issue. 
  • Maintain education and skill level required to perform assigned  functions. 
  • Complete special assignments that are assigned by supervisor. 
  • Drives skid loaders for the purpose of sound testing. 
  • Maybe required to perform data collection using the pulse sound system. 
  • Work independently with a minimum of supervision.
 
Education and Experience/Qualifications: 
  • Minimum of high school diploma or GED
  • Ability to read and interpret mechanical blueprints including geometric tolerances and weld symbols
  • Proficiency in geometry and trigonometry
  • Basic computer skills, to including the use of Google, Word, Excel, Power Point and working knowledge of IFS.
  • Must be able to visually inspect product and equipment
  • Must be able to communicate and work well with people in all areas, both inside and outside Manitou.

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