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Junior Inspector - Temporary in Norwood at ITW Test & Measurement and Equipment

Date Posted: 12/3/2018

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Junior Inspector - Norwood, MA
With minimal supervision, uses precision mechanical measuring equipment and surface plate techniques, electric, and optical equipment to inspect parts or assemblies to specifications, and reports and records their status.  Other ancillary tasks include training less senior personnel, developing inspection procedures, and recommending purchase of inspection gages and manage incoming customer returns
Principal Duties & Responsibilities:
•             Inspects mechanical & electrical parts or assemblies by gauging, using mechanical, electrical, and optical instruments and comparing against engineering drawings and/or specifications to ensure compliance with specs, quality standards, and revision levels.  Instruments used include verniers, micrometers, hardness tester, continuity checker, and test fixtures.
•             Develops new or improves existing inspection methods on parts and assemblies from instructions, ingenuity, or experience.
•             Partake in Supplier qualification process when required.
•             Record & report the status of the inspected part or assembly to the Supervisor and/or Supervisor of department where part/assembly originated.  Communicates part or system quality recommendation and problems to his or her supervisor and/or to department of manufacture supervisor.
•             Responsible for managing calibration of inspection tools.
•             Recommends purchase of test gages, fixtures, or instruments needed.
•             Inspects and processes parts/goods returned by customers, sales or service engineers and area offices using RMA processes. Provide guidance in credit issuance for returned goods on basis of inspection findings.
•             Assists and/or trains less senior inspectors & co-workers.
Knowledge, Skills, & Ability Required:
•             1-2 years experience.  Ability to read and interpret all related drawings, application sheets, and work instruction sheets. 
•             Familiarity with operation of standard inspection equipment for measuring precision machined parts and related measuring and calibration equipment; normally acquired in 3 or more years of previous inspection experience.  Associated tables, charts, and process sheets relative to Instron inspection area can be mastered in 6-12 months of on-the-job training.
•             Must lift loads of 35 pounds 20% of work time.
•             Ability to work well without direct supervision or written instructions.
Take this opportunity to join an established and enthusiastic team where you can make a significant impact immediately. Enjoy a competitive salary and generous benefits that includes health, dental, life and LTD insurance, 401k (with a great match), and a 100% tuition reimbursement program.
Instron is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.