Quality Assurance Technician
South Bend, IN US
Our client is looking for a Quality Assurance Technician in Auburn Hills, MI.
Hourly pay is based on experience, and this is a long-term contract role.
Due to the governmental basis of the work, only US Citizens and Green Card Holder will be considered.
The Quality Assurance Technician will be responsible for
- Performs inspections of in-process builds on vehicle components, sub-assembly system, and complete assemblies to include torque measurement and documentation according to establish procedure.
- Approves or rejects items and documents inspection results as required.
- Responsible to work in a cross functional environment utilizing Polyworks & PC-DMIS & Programming skills as applied to an Articulating Romer ARM and CMM.
- Responsible to perform precision inspection verifications on mechanical parts, components, assemblies and materials.
- Complete reports of Receiving, In-process and Final Vehicle inspection to communicate results.
- Communicates with internal customers as required to resolve inspection, engineering and manufacturing challenges.
- Performs Final Vehicle Inspections to established documentation and training routine and documents results.
- Reviews Quality Assurance Procedures and assists or performs internal audits, as required.
- Performs other duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS:
- High School diploma required with knowledge of trigonometry and additional specific training on precision measuring instruments and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T).
- 3-5 years’ experience in the Quality field.
- Minimum 2 years Torque measurement experience (preferably in vehicle assembly).
- Minimum 2 years of in-process vehicle build monitoring and documentation.
- Minimum 2 years recent CMM Programming (preferably using PC-DMIS)
- Minimum 2 years recent Romer Portable CMM inspections (Preferably using Polyworks).
- Experience performing inspections using hand tools and precision instruments.
- Proficient reading blue prints and GD&T interpretations.
- Strong organizational and workload planning skills with ability to juggle multiple priorities. .
- Vehicle Inspection experience helpful
- Blueprint reading, CAD interpretation and GD&T
- Training for digital torque monitoring systems (Datamyte and/or Atlas Copco)
- Must have knowledge of mechanics, machining, and casting methods.
- Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office.
- Must possess sound written and oral communication skills.
- Sight: must be able to regularly read computer screen, reports, and various documents with detail and clarity so as to accomplish work tasks in a safe and efficient manner. This includes regular use of adequate close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus.
- Hearing: must be able to regularly hear well enough to communicate.
- Hand-Eye Coordination: must be able to regularly coordinate one’s eyes with one’s fingers, wrists, or arms to move, carry, or manipulate objects or to perform other job-related tasks.
- Manual Dexterity: must be able to regularly make quick, accurate, skillful, and coordinated movement with hands and arms to grasp, place, move, or use objects such as phone, computer, and other office equipment, tools, or controls.
- Agility: must be able to regularly bend, stretch, twist, or reach out with the body, arms, or legs to perform job tasks. This includes the ability to move throughout all areas of the facility, Company’s property surrounding facility, or additional work areas.
- Climbing / Kneeling: must be able to occasionally climb, kneel, bend over, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, with balance.
- Lifting: must be able to occasionally lift up to 25 pounds with or without assistance.
- Physical Strength: must be able to occasionally lift, push, pull, or carry objects using hands, arms, back, abdominal muscles, shoulders, legs, or a combination of these muscle groups.
- Stamina: must be able to occasionally exert oneself physically over long periods of time. This may include performing repetitive or strenuous tasks as well as standing and sitting for long periods.
- Physical Location: This position operates between an office and manufacturing plant environment and is often assigned to a specific shift or hours. Employee must be able to perform job functions in environment with varying difficult work conditions such as extreme cold, heat, inclement weather, at heights, and/or while exposed to constant/intermittent loud noises.
- Teamwork: This position will work with others to ensure efficiency in the workplace.
- Listening Skills: This position will need to understand how to use machinery properly and safely to prevent accidents and ensure all tasks are completed accurately.
- Ability to follow instructions: Managers assign tasks and responsibilities, which vary depending on the products being manufactured; this position should be able to follow instructions competently.
- Methodical approach: Production lines follow a set process, so this position needs a methodical approach to ensure all tasks are completed in the correct order for a smooth-running production line.
- Concentration: This position may perform the same or similar tasks repeatedly, so a strong level of concentration when carrying out these tasks is important for quality control purposes. This role is often fast paced, so being able to maintain focus at all times is important.
For immediate consideration, please send your resume directly to Ken Markiewicz at firstname.lastname@example.org