The Quality Inspector I is primarily responsible for performing the dimensional and/or visual inspection acceptance / rejection of Flight Hardware in various stages of lay-up, assembly, testing or packaging for ship and, the verification and acceptance / rejection of the corresponding Operations Step(s) or sequence of operations as specified on the Assembly Operation Lists. The QC Inspector may interact with members of one or more of the following departments Manufacturing, Design, Quality, Production Control and Purchasing daily or as required to provide inspection support or, hardware acceptability input on various production / program build activities.
Responds to inspection calls on a daily basis as directed by the Quality Lead or Supervisor.
Uses Engineering Drawings / specifications to Inspects sub-assemblies, details, features or final assembly hardware.
Applies GD&T practices in the interpretation of engineering requirements.
Knowledgeable of IMTE Calibration requirements and Shop Floor surveillances practices.
Uses assorted hand held measurement tools such as but not limited to calipers, micrometers, height-gauges, Go-No-Go Gauges, etc., to verify hardware dimensions.
Initiates / Updates Nonconformance reports as required.
Uses the Alliance Repository to research or, input hardware history
Performs final review and acceptance of Assembly Operations List.
Familiarity with non-conformance systems.
All other duties as requested.
Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, modified or changed at any time at the Company’s discretion. Changes may be made formally, informally either verbally or in writing.
High School Diploma or GED.
Technical or vocational education is a plus.
Experienced in an AS9102 or ISO 9000 environment desired.
Previous experience in a custom manufacturing environment and/or Quality Inspection preferred.
Experienced with composite manufacturing, including layup, assembly, oven cures and testing a plus.
Proficient in the use and application of assorted hand held measurement tools.
Knowledge or familiarity of GD&T desired
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to sit, stand or walk for extended periods.
Ability to organize work and complete assignments on schedule.
Experienced with Control of Documents, Non-conforming material reporting software, MRB, RC/CA Investigation activities and Quality Concepts such as 5Whys or Fishbone.
Alliance Internal Training
P600 Inspection and Product Verification
P800 Handling and Packaging of Product
Q100 Document and Data Control
Q400 Nonconformance Control
Q500 Corrective Actions
Q600 Preventative Actions
Q700 Product Identification and Traceability
Q800 Calibration Control
VPS-2005 Workmanship and Std. Rework of Composite Hardware
VPS-2008 Structural Bonding of Inserts
VPS-2009 Structural Bonding of Edge Clips
VPS-2011 Layup and Cure of Composite Laminates
VPS-2019 Honeycomb Core Forming
VPS-2032 Guidelines for Foreign Object Elimination
VPS-2100 Inspection Process
VPS-2103 Time Card Entry
VPS-2118 Time Card Entry Training Full
VPS-2120 Inspection Processing
VPS-2125 Weekly Timecard
VPS-3012 Fabrication of Composite Sandwich Panels
VPS-3050 Sandwich Panel Handling & Storage
VSOP-DB1 Standard Operating Procedure Diving Board Platforms
VPS-2001 Surface Preparation of Composites and Metals
ALLIANCE SPACESYSTEMS, LLC is the premier manufacturer and designer of composite structures for spacecraft and other high-tech applications where strength-to-weight ratio, superior stiffness and dimensional stability are key requirements. Alliance Spacesystems’ vertically integrated composites structures capabilities include development, design, fabrication, and testing in the 100,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility.