Inspection Technician – Assembly
Volt is currently looking to hire two Assembly Inspection Technicians for a client in the aerospace manufacturing industry in Oakville, Ontario. This role is offered on a 7-month contract.
- Client: In the Aerospace Manufacturing industry
- Employer: Volt Workforce Solutions Canada
- Job title: Inspection Technician - Assembly
- Address: Oakville, ON, CAN L6L
- Start Date: ASAP
- Term: 7 months (tentative dates: July 23rd 2018 – February 28th 2019)
- Pay Rate: 24.24$/hour
- Hours: 40 hours per week
- Shift: 7:00am – 3:00pm; or 3:00pm – 11:00pm
Inspection Technician - Assembly
Reporting to the Supervisor, Quality Control, as the Inspection Technician, your core responsibilities are for the performance of inspection and acceptance of in-process and completed Landing Gear and related components. You will also be expected to evaluate products for acceptance, initiate rejection process where required, complete paperwork and system records for traceability and shipment of product. As business needs dictate, this includes responsibility for the processing of incoming parts and assemblies for warranty purposes, and final inspection and signatory for spares shipments as necessary.
- Perform inspection & acceptance of in-process and completed Landing Gear and related components, following UTAS quality procedures and specific instructions
- Evaluate products for acceptance criteria and initiate rejection process where required
- Complete diverse paperwork and systems records for traceability and movement of products; perform product and/or process audits
- Generate First Article Inspections (FAI's) as necessary as per AS9102 requirements
- Interface with SQA and Procurement to resolve issues related to product
- Perform work in compliance with the safety requirements.
- Apply 5S workplace organization principals to support Continuous Improvement (CI)
- Will be required to work independently and with minimal supervision to complete tasks.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
- College diploma in a relevant technical discipline or equivalent and related work experience
- A minimum 3 years of quality inspection experience in a similar manufacturing environment; aerospace experience preferred.
- Familiarity with Transport Canada regulations would be considered a significant asset
- Completion of relevant quality control certifications or willingness to improve through continuous education & training is required
- Demonstrated experience in reading 2D drawings and 3D CATIA models, and understanding of geometric dimensional tolerance (GD&T)
- Skilled and experienced in using a variety of measuring equipment such as verniers, micrometers & bore gauges
- The successful candidate must be willing and able to potentially travel with little or no notice as required to support the business internationally
- Strong PC skills; demonstrated experience with database software applications (SAP knowledge is an asset)
- Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, to support the team and customer relations
- Demonstrated ability to multi-task in a fast-paced team environment & under tight deadline schedules
- Successful candidate must meet all requirements under ITAR and CCGP