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Become an FAA Certified Repairman, as needed.
Learn the Pentagon parts sorting / logging program
Learn to use power hand tools to work on parts
Sandblast parts with glass bead for cleaning
Use chemical cleaners like MEK, mineral spirits and alcohol
Learn to accurately use micro measuring tools like micrometers, c-micrometers and bore gauges
Perform necessary inspection procedures to insure that outgoing parts meet all required specifications and standards.
Prepare and close out parts for shipping (oil the parts, wrap in plastic, etc.).
Prepare required paperwork for parts shipment.
Use protective equipment and appropriate work shoes as required.
Have knowledge of and understanding of Appendix A. Safety Procedures.
Have knowledge of and understand the ISO Quality Policy.
Have knowledge of and understand the Control of Non-conforming product.
Have knowledge of and understand the ISO Procedures that apply to these specific job(s).
Keep your work area clean and orderly.
Follow company rules and comply with the company dress code.
Obey your team leader's work related instructions.
Assist other Inspectors as needed.
All other duties as assigned.
Perform NDT duties up to the employee's certified level as assigned.
18 Inspector experience required.
- Lift parts sometimes weighing in excess of 80 lbs. Always seek help when handling large parts.
Skills, Knowledge and Experience:
Must have H. S. Diploma or GED.
Must be capable of reading blueprints.
Must speak, read and write the English language.
Must become an FAA Certified Repairman, if applicable.
Should have basic computer software and keyboarding skills.
Should have intermediate mathematical skills (Concepts and calculations involving decimals, percentages, fractions)
Prior knowledge of ISO Quality Policy and Procedure a big plus.
Must have or be willing to attain appropriate certifications for specific position (i.e. NDT Level I, II, III)
New Employee Orientation (Checklist)
Drug & Alcohol Awareness Training
New Employee Safety Training (Checklist)
Specified training for Probationary Employees (OJT)
Learn inspection procedures that pertain to their specific job.( see ACI training software for complete inspection procedures (Training outline HR003 and or training plan for specific details) Also see OJT training form TR002)
See ACI 4.6 and 4.9 for specific procedures also HR003 or training plan for more details. Also see OJT form TR002.
Have knowledge and understanding of the ISO Quality Policy.
Have knowledge and understanding of the Control of Non-conforming product.
Have knowledge and understanding of the ISO Procedures that apply to your specific area(s).
Have knowledge and understanding of the Domestic repair station and quality manual.(DRSQM)
Have knowledge of and understand the Control of Non-conforming product.
Have knowledge and understanding of SFAR/88 Related operating rules
Have knowledge and understanding of Suspected Unapproved Parts
Have knowledge and understanding of all safety procedures applicable to the job or jobs being performed.
Have an understanding of how to look up MSDS on any chemical they may come in contact with.
The Calibrations Inspector must learn all aspects of calibration (OJT)
At least one inspector must become a licensed forklift operator
At least one inspector must learn Mag Particle and Zyglo
Initial and Recurrent RCRA Hazardous waste management / 40CFR265.16
Have knowledge and understanding of ACI NDT procedures as well as ASTM E1417/1444.
Lead-Based Paint Inspector Technician/ Visual Inspector
Compliance and Sustainable Services Group - Lead-based Paint Inspector Technician/ Visual Inspector
CONNOR is a Baltimore, Maryland based Environmental Compliance Design and Real Estate Due Diligence firm. Formed in 1991, CONNOR has grown to 20 professionals, providing services in over 20 states. We provide a full range of compliance services including but not limited to: inspections, risk assessments, treatment design, closure documentation, due diligence, and staff training. Our specialized marketplaces include Aerial Services – Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAVs) and Forensics Services (Property Damage and Bodily Injury). Satellite or remote work locations include Mount Pleasant, SC, and Stamford, CT.
CONNOR seeks Lead-based Paint Inspector Technicians/ Visual Inspectors to primarily support our Compliance and Sustainable Group in the Baltimore/Washington market. Initial focus will be on our lead-based paint activities with chance to cross train into other areas. CONNOR offers the training you'll need to succeed. As a whole, the company is committed to ensuring that every person is actively working towards bettering the company, our product, as well as, benefiting personally and professionally. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, including company health care, 401(k), flexible medical spending accounts, flexible dependent care accounts, and paid vacation, holiday and sick leave.
Ability to work with CONNOR Management System (project software package). Training will be provided.
Ability to operate without daily direct supervision.
Ability to work a full day on the subject property and proof your work in the evening.
Ability to be responsible for your own actions.
Ability and desire to be the best at what you do.
Ability to function in a team environment to ensure the successful completion of a project. Work hours as assigned by the Operations Manager.
Conduct yourself in accordance with company policy and procedures.
Wear company provided uniforms.
Produce accurate and reliable data.
Maintain/protect company equipment/materials – prevent loss from theft or damage.
Daily regional travel within the Greater Baltimore Metropolitan area.
Any and all other duties as assigned by the Operations Manager.
Ability to communicate with the general public.
Ability to manage your time and schedule.
Ability to work in urban communities.
Entry level position which requires an average to above-average computer proficiency (i.e. Windows O.S. and Windows Office applications).
Must be able to commute daily to both Baltimore and the District of Columbia metropolitan area, as necessary. Reliable self-provided transportation is a must.
Must be able to commute daily to greater Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan Area as necessary. Reliable self-provided transportation is a must.
Ability to multitask, prioritize, and work efficiently; stellar communication skills; strong attention to detail; advanced writing and review skills; technical familiarity; proficiency in time management; strong teamwork ability; mindful of deadlines and event dates; and task oriented.
Education (Documentation will be required)
High School graduate with some college preferred but prior Environmental or Construction experience can offset college preferences
Successful completion of the program training course, homework assignments and course exam EACH with a test score of greater than or equal to 80%.
- Maryland Lead-based Paint Inspector and Visual Paint Inspector licenses within three months of employment.
- Attend protocol refresher training in accordance with the schedule and pass protocol training with a test score of greater than 80%.
- Reliable automobile and proof of current automobile insurance.
Other licenses/certifications as determined by the Department Head or Operations Manager.
Compensation: $28,000.00/year – Salaried Full time.
Benefits (In accordance with CONNOR policy):
- Free Parking
- CONNOR uniforms
- Health and Dental Insurance
- Vacation, Sick and Personal Leave
- Mileage reimbursement
Inspector Quality Control Inspector - 1St, 2Nd, & 3Rd Shifts
Pace Industries is North America's leading full-service die casting manufacturer. Our mission is to provide uncommon, creative die casting and support solutions that contribute to the success of our customers. Our die cast parts are used in automobiles, motorcycles, generators, snow mobiles, lawn mowers, washing machines, power hand tools, BBQ grills, commercial lighting and many other well-known products. You can have a significant impact on our cultural transformation.
The St. Paul Division produces aluminum die castings for highly cosmetic, complex and difficult-to-fill parts from concept to solution. Specializing in flash-free, net-shape production, we ensure that aluminum die cast components meet exact design specifications and are delivered on time and within budget.
Perform Quality Control functions as defined in procedures and work instructions to assure that customers receive good parts. Works with variable supervision to set up and operate any inspection equipment or gauging. Supports production operators by routinely auditing production processes and performing various inspections. Maintains a positive attitude towards problem solving and a commitment to continuous improvement.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Inspect and record all parts at specified frequencies, with specified lot size, in accordance with approved Quality Control procedures with calibrated gages and measuring devises to ascertain Quality.
Inspect and approve first piece production on any new set-ups.
Perform audit of warehouse to ensure product is properly packed, identified and stored as required by procedures and work instructions appropriate for part status.
Perform an audit of product to be shipped to ensure all move sheet steps have been completed and signed off, all contractually required paperwork is with product and product is properly packed.
Make sure all suspect parts have been properly tagged and sent to the designed holding areas.
Maintain files as per prescribed by work instructions on procedures.
Capable of learning computer skills necessary to perform spectrometer analysis and to generate metal department reports.
Prepare alloy samples for analysis.
Calibrate and maintain Spectrometer to operating specifications.
Operate Spectrometer for alloy analysis
Consult with the Quality Supervisor or the Quality Engineer on any matters pertaining to Quality of product or process.
Position can be exposed to a harsh operating environment, which includes: heat up to 100 degrees.
Perform other associated duties as needed to continue the productive operation of the department and division.
High school diploma or GED equivalent and 2 years' experience in quality assurance inspection.
Must understand concepts of geometric dimensioning, tolerancing and part inspection.
Previous experience in operation of CMM or demonstrate ability to be trained in operation of CMM.
Please note that the duties and requirements described herein are intended to represent general contents of this job. This is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties and responsibilities.
Pace Industries has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity, and in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, veterans, and people with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should notify the hiring department by the application deadline.
Sr. Quality Inspector
The Sr. Quality Inspector is part of a team responsible for ensuring products meet their required standards and are manufactured to drawing specifications. The Quality Inspector will report to the Quality Manager.
Inspects and tests welded joints of work in progress and of completed units for visible defects, correct dimensions, joint strength, bead formation, weld penetration, and conformance with layout, blueprint, and work order specifications, applying knowledge of welding principles and metallurgical properties and records inspection data
Observes techniques and performance of welders in shop
Responsible for raw material, WIP and finished product inspections and traceability
Measures parts with the use of gages and metrology tools
Ensure gages are timely calibrated and appropriate calibration records are kept
Ability to interpret blueprints and specifications
Document and summarize inspection results by recording in databases and reports
Quarantines non-conforming material and works with engineering and procurement to disposition
Assist in training co-workers, both fulltime and temporary resources, on inspection processes
5+ years of practical inspection experience
Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) certification
Proficient in the use of various computer programs ( i.e. Microsoft Office, CAD, Epicor)
Excellent communication skills and ability to integrate with teams
Knowledge and understanding of fabrication processes (i.e. assembly, welding, material handling)
Ability to troubleshoot using basic problem-solving techniques
Experience in a lean manufacturing environment
Ability to maintain a clean and organized work space
Comfortable working in a shop floor environment
Ability to work outside of regular work schedule as needed
Inspector / In-Process Build Inspector / Orlando, FL
Job Description: :
Inspector performs final inspections on electrical, electronic, electro-mechanical, electro-optical and other mechanical, composite and integrated systems. Ascertains functionability in accordance with prescribed company and customer requirements and specifications and may present to the customer for certification and acceptance prior to shipment.
Prefer computer network application experience, engineering record retention systems to obtain and accomplish inspection planning and acceptance. Works from prints, engineering drawings, and specifications. Utilizes a variety of inspection instruments and gages to assist in comprehensive inspection.
Requests removals and replacements of malfunctioning and faulty parts and rejects or requests rework, as described herein. Stamps or otherwise approves systems and integrated systems as acceptable, obtains customer approval, and prepares and maintains paperwork and records.
Must have the ability to work 1st, 2nd, or 3rd shift in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement between Lockheed Martin and the UAW.
Must be a US Citizen and have the ability to obtain security clearance.
Must have the ability to work 1st, 2nd, or 3rd shift in accordance with the collective bargaining agreement.
Prior Inspection and/or Quality experience.
Computer skills, solder and cable & harness experience.
Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications.
Working knowledge of Manufacturing and Quality systems and processes.
As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin's vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers' toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories.
Join us at Lockheed Martin, where we're engineering a better tomorrow.
Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
Job Location(s): Orlando Florida
Security Clearance :
Business Unit :
ESS0385 MISSILES AND FIRE CONTROL
Job Class :
QA/Test and Inspection
Job Category :
Relocation Available :
Work Schedule :
4X10A- 4 10 hr days Mon-Thurs; Fr/Sa/Su off
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Iosha Inspector - Safety Inspector
About the job
Will work as a Construction Safety Inspector within the Indiana Department of Labor's IOSHA division. This position is an essential component of the agency, as IOSHA is responsible for ensuring the safety and health of Indiana workers.
Conduct assigned inspections: formal and non-formal complaints, referrals, emphasis-related contact, threats of imminent danger, and fatalities and catastrophes;
Inspect construction sites to recognize and evaluate safety and health conditions per IOSHA regulations;
Hold opening conferences with company owners and/or management to advise them as to the inspection process and to gather relevant safety program and/or training materials and information;
Collect and analyze data and compare such to appropriate established safety and health regulations; document findings through notes, sketches, photographs, etc;
Create detailed, accurate and timely technical reports for the supervisor for administrative and regulatory action; enter data into the Federal NCR application and/or system;
Interview employees as appropriate to gather job-specific information and caution them on safety hazards;
Conduct closing conferences with company owners and/or management to provide them with a summary of their inspection findings, discuss abatement, etc;
Complete accurate and timely records and reports related to travel, work schedule and work activities.
Five (5) years work experience in a construction or an industrial environment; at least (1) one year of the required experience must include experience involving identification of safety and health hazards in a construction or an industrial environment; or participation in the formulation of construction or industrial safety rules; or accredited college training in a related field.
Knowledge, skills and abilities typically acquired through a Baccalaureate degree plus related work experience; related academic training plus comparable work experience alone may substitute for a Baccalaureate where appropriate;
Undergo an annual physical/medical evaluation to ensure physically able to carry out the essential functions of the position;
Ability to carry sometimes heavy and awkward equipment, and to walk, climb, stand, crouch while carrying sampling and measuring devices and wearing protective clothing, including respirators;
Ability to work in unpleasant and hazardous conditions, including noise and toxic chemicals, during inspections/investigations;
Broad knowledge of training techniques relating to occupational health and safety subject matters;
Ability to interpret and apply IOSHA regulations, consensus standards, and various practices and precedents falling within the jurisdiction of IOSHA;
Ability to conduct inspections and further investigations and to prepare administrative reports for use as basis for recommendations for further action;
Ability to maintain working cooperative relationships and ability to manage difficult situations with utmost professionalism; ability to maintain confidentiality;
Excellent verbal communication skills; ability to speak in a professional and concise manner;
Strong skills in the use of computers.
Difficulty of Work:
It is necessary that the incumbent maintain the ability that is necessary to observe, analyze and appraise construction safety health hazards. In addition, the incumbent must ensure abatement and determine appropriate safety orders. These essential functions require the ability to examine and appropriately apply technical knowledge to operations of narrow extent and intricacy.
Field and administrative work is conducted using established policies and procedures outlined in manuals and directives. A high degree of organization is required to manage the work load. Ordinary office pressures can be compounded when dealing with specific issues such as fatality and catastrophe investigations.
The IOSHA Construction Inspector serves as the primary creator of reports concerning the compliance status of the inspected construction sites. Proper assessment of the inspected conditions affects the downstream work of the supervisor, Director and legal staff in reviewing, negotiating and defending the citations. Proper evaluation of the working conditions is critical to the improvement of the safety environment of the employees.
Personal Work Relationships:
Interaction with the supervisor regarding assignments, report work and corrective action is required. Interaction with co-workers for collaboration and professional development is necessary. Construction Safety Inspectors must interact with private and public sector employees in addressing safety and health issues. The Construction Inspector also communicates with agency legal counsel as appropriate. In addition to the above, the Construction Inspector may have an occasion to interact with victims and/or families of victims of construction-related catastrophes or fatalities.
Position is office based with a field evaluation component consuming approximately 50% of the work time; substantial in-state travel is required. Office work requires moderate walking, reaching and repetitive typing. Lifting is generally limited to small stacks of file folders and/or reams of paper. Occasional lifting of small office equipment may occur. Carrying up to 40 pounds of equipment in both
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:
Medical / Dental / Vision plans
Health Savings Account available - with Employer Contribution
Incentive-based Wellness Program
Employee Assistance Program
Employer-funded Retirement Plan
Deferred Compensation Plan with Employer Match
Flexible Spending Account
Work/life balance: 24 Paid Days Off and 12 Holidays, per year
Group Life Insurance
Qualified Employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
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Senior Inspector - Elevator Inspector
Performs advanced inspections using technical drawings and specifications in all phases of construction with regard to quality, quantity of materials, installation methods used and conformity to specifications and recognized industry standards. Major/Essential Functions
Performs all periodic elevator inspections as mandated by the Texas Department of licensing and regulation. Reviews new construction project plans and cost estimates with emphasis on elevators.
Conducts routine on site inspection of work in progress to determine compliance with contract documents, quality of work & materials. Reports contract deficiencies to the project manager. Maintains a daily log of site activities at construction site.
Review drawings & specifications before bidding & submitter of documents before commencement of any work. Notifies the appropriate project manager of any discrepancies found. Reviews include compliance with national, sate and local codes.
Makes decisions on technical, administrative and management problems identified by periodic and random inspection of elevators.
Administers elevator service contracts. Prepares reports and correspondence and conducts studies as to elevator callbacks, maintenance exams and repairs.
Must hold a maintain the ASME QEI-1 National Elevator Inspectors license. Must hold and maintain the State of Texas Elevator Inspector License.
Required Qualifications Bachelors degree plus four years related journeyman level experience; OR a combination of education and/or related experience to equal eight years. Preferred Qualifications
Performs as construction/contract inspector for elevator repair, modernization, upgrade and renovation projects administered through BMC.
Requires extensive walking, climbing, crawling & crouching to access equipment and conduct inspections.
Construction Inspector -- New Jersey DCA Licensed Special Inspector
We are seeking New Jersey DCA Licensed Special Inspectors, qualified to perform construction inspection and material testing services for any of the following disciplines; Reinforced Concrete, Structural Masonry, Structural Steel Welding, Structural Steel Bolting, Spray Fireproofing and Exterior Insulation Finish System.
Qualified candidates can send resumes to directly to JOColeman@trcsolutions.com. Reference code: 422
Capable of moving to various locations within the project.
Must have dexterity to descend/climb ladders or steps and must be able to bend and stoop to take measurements and make observations.
Must be able to lift nuclear gauges, samples of aggregate (stones), and concrete cylinders to submit for testing.
Must be able to lift carry and use both supplies and equipment that can weight up to 50+ pounds.
Requires the ability to stand for an extended period, specifically majority of day, if not the entire day. The normal work shift is eight (8) hours overtime is a regular part of the job.
Must be able to be at the construction site to observe concrete pours or other applications when those events are scheduled. This may mean the person's workday could start earlier or end later than the company's normal hours of operation.
Must be able to read and interpret contract drawings, specifications, and written instructions, and be able to record data and summarize information.
Must be capable of performing mathematical calculations for determining contractor pay quantities if required.
Must be able to communicate with others verbally and be able to receive and carry out verbal instructions.
Must be able to get along with other employees, client, and / or other construction personnel on the job site.
Regular attendance and punctuality are a required. The Commercial Inspector is expected to be able to be at the construction site to observe concrete pours or other applications when those events are scheduled. This may mean the person's workday could start earlier or end later than the company's normal hours of operation.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Observe all safety, health, and environmental procedures.
Procure, prepare, measure, test, and analyze parts as needed.
Operate hardness testing equipment.
Complete required operational data entry and maintain material traceability per operational and ISO or other requirements.
Coordinate the movement of parts to external labs as required.
Operate overhead crane and mobile equipment as required.
Complete action items from audits (Internal or External) and corrective actions.
Work with Quality, Operations and Engineering personnel on documentation and evaluation of non-conforming materials, customer complaints, and claims.
Perform preventative maintenance and calibration of quality's equipment as required.
Review scope of work in quotes and review order requirements.
Write test plans for review and approval of the company level III.
Perform all other duties as required.
Skills and Abilities
Safety – knowledge of industrial safety and ability to recognize hazards and apply safety procedures common to manual material handling and operating equipment, such as hazmat, MSDS, personal protective equipment, machine tool safety; Work to meet and exceed OSHA requirements for safe work practices.
English language – ability to read, understand, speak, write, and interpret common manufacturing/shop documents; Ability to follow written and verbal instructions.
Understanding of and ability to apply quality control standards and processes.
Problem solving skills to identify problems, inform others, and provide information to assist with solving the problem.
Interpersonal skills to work effectively in a team environment.
Ability to manage multiple and/or changing priorities.
Math – knowledge and ability to apply arithmetic skills, such as adding, subtracting, multiplication, division, and fractions for the purpose of inspection and testing.
Attention to detail.
Ability to use precision measuring instruments and testing equipment.
Ability to follow procedures for a variety of lab equipment and material to be tested.
Ability to interpret drawings and specifications.
General knowledge of ASTM specifications.
Judgment and decision-making to identify and prevent errors, safety hazards, or other poor results pertaining to job duties.
Ability to work overtime as required.
Ability to work shifts as required.
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