Inspector Tool Job Description Sample
Inspector Tool & Precision Gage
Inspector Tool & Precision Gage
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Inspects tools, molds, design gages, test stands, fixtures, templates, set-up devices, and related items for workmanship,material, completeness and conformance to drawings or other applicable specifications.
Inspects product as required by the Inspection Traveler and Inspection request forms, first piece part, tool made samples, pre-production models, prototypes and other piece parts which may be used to evaluate and approve development and manufacturing processes.
Works with Engineers, Designers, Tool Room and Engineering Shop personnel to facilitate fabrication and inspection techniques.
Works from prints, specifications and other written or oral instructions.
May be required to perform inspection work without use of design gages, drawings, or specifications.
Requires knowledge of Tool Design, Tool Room and Engineering Shop Operations. Makes precise measurements which may involve accumulative and calculated dimensions.
Sets up and operates all types of inspection instruments, including gages and multi-axis computerized measuring machines.
Program inspection computer tapes on piece parts, gages, fixtures or other related items and loads product and capability tapes.
Analyze and interpret data and performs identification and paperwork related to the task.
Responsible for complying with applicable provisions of Article 19.
Environment, Safety, Health and Good Housekeeping of the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Will be able to work any shift
50 Perform inspections 25 Monitor and verify quality 25 Conform to specifications
YOU MUST HAVE:
High School diploma or GED.
Must be a U.S. Citizen to be able to obtain and maintain a Level Q Security Clearance.
1 year of experience working with shop mathematics including geometry and trigonometry.
Have a working knowledge of personal computers and related software.
Able to analyze and interpret data.
Knowledge/experience of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (GD&T), computer programming and/or Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) programming.
Demonstrated knowledge and experience of inspection techniques and processes, and/or 2 - 4 year technical degree with college course work in Calculus.
Effective writing and verbal communication skills.
Must be a US Citizen due to contractual requirements.NonexemptCareers at Honeywell - EngineeringINCLUDES
- Continued Professional Development
Job ID: req156727
Category: Integrated Supply Chain
Location: 14520 Botts Road, Kansas City, MO 64147 USA
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.
Tool & Die Journeyman
- Takes into consideration the type of material, tolerances, choice of cutting tools, lubricants/coolants and machine tool feeds and speeds.
- May be required to measure and copy parts.
- May set-up, test and adjust tooling in production to obtain the correct specifications.
- Returns unused materials or supplies to the correct location.
- Communicates issues to Team Leader to ensure that organizational goals and objectives are met.
- Participates in ongoing development, communication and implementation of team concepts, programs and policies.
- Coordinates work to ensure best practices with all team members.
- Attends appropriate team meetings.
- As a member of the tool room team, fosters strong cohesiveness regarding all major issues; e.g., direction, annual plan, budget, policy changes, etc.
- Accepts responsibility to quickly identify any areas of lack of cohesiveness, bringing them to the attention of the team leader and working with the team in a supportive manner to resolve issues affecting cohesiveness.
- Actively look for ways, and reinforce actions needed, to achieve synergy possible within the larger organization.
- Provides technical and organizational leadership for respective tooling focus
- Assists with organizing and collaborating with Production to set tooling priorities
- Assists with Root Cause/Corrective Action efforts related to tooling or process issues
- Assists with Continuous Improvement efforts
|Educational Requirements||Experience Requirements|
|HS diploma or equivalent required. Completion of formal four year Tool & Die apprentice training program preferred.|
GD&T Training preferred.
|Technical Experience: 4 years tool & die experience preferred.|
Industry Experience: Previous deep drawn stamping experience preferred.
Tool & Die
- Responsible for troubleshooting, upkeep, preventive maintenance, dimensional capability, making and continuous improvement of various tools, dies, jigs, and fixtures in an automotive stamping and robotic welding facility.
- Fabrication of new and repair of replacement details for robotic weld cells, spot weld cells as well as assemble, build and maintain fixtures.
- Committed involvement with quality, cost savings, and continuous tool, die and mechanical improvements.
- Any other duties deemed necessary or appropriate including but not limited to die setting as required.
- Must be a Team oriented player & work well with others.
- USDOL Tool & Die Journeyman’s Card preferred or extensive related experience.
- Minimum (2) years experience trouble shooting in a Production Stamping Plant a plus.
- MUST have experience relative to medium to large Tandem Line Dies or small to medium Transfer Dies or medium to large Progressive Dies required with experience relative to Transfer Dies & large Progressive Dies.
- Experience with implementation of Engineering Changes a plus.
- Must be able to read detail prints & order perishable details such as pierce punches & buttons, gas springs, guide pins and bushings, etc.
- Must be willing to work any shift as Plant schedule and/or manpower requirements deem necessary.
- Must be willing to work overtime as required (including Sundays) to maintain all Plant functions relative to the Tool Room such as but not limited to Program Launch, die repairs, engineering change timing to customer dates/requirements, etc.
Tool Room Manager
- Direct supervision and coordination of the activities of the Tool Room.
- Manages corrective, predictive and preventative maintenance.
- Coordinate and perform tool corrections.
- Assist in evaluation of production problems due to tooling design or condition.
- Inventory and order replacement items needed for tooling-i.e. punches, springs, etc.
- Coordinate tool corrections sent to outside vendors.
- Supervise and assist in training of Tool & Die Technicians.
- Departmental and budget preparation and performance.
- Experience in operating lathes, milling machines, grinders, welders, saws and other related machinery.
- Able to read, interpret, and work with part and tool drawings.
- Welding knowledge/Progressive and Transfer Dies.
- Experience working with presses and related equipment.
- Demonstrated knowledge of die mechanics.
- Strong work ethic, team player and great supervisory skills.
- Journeyman's Card in Tool & Die or 2 to 4 years of trade school or college.
- Extensive knowledge in tool design and repair.
Tool & Die
Responsible for troubleshooting, upkeep, preventive maintenance, dimensional capability, making and continuous improvement of various tools, dies, jigs, and fixtures in an automotive stamping and robotic welding facility. •Fabrication of new and repair of replacement details for robotic weld cells, spot weld cells as well as assemble, build and maintain fixtures.
•Committed involvement with quality, cost savings, and continuous tool, die and mechanical improvements.
•Any other duties deemed necessary or appropriate including but not limited to die setting as required.
•Must be a Team oriented player & work well with others.
•USDOL Tool & Die Journeyman’s Card preferred or extensive related experience.
•Minimum (2) years experience trouble shooting in a Production Stamping Plant a plus.
•MUST have experience relative to medium to large Tandem Line Dies or small to medium Transfer Dies or medium to large Progressive Dies required with experience relative to Transfer Dies & large Progressive Dies.
•Experience with implementation of Engineering Changes a plus.
•Must be able to read detail prints & order perishable details such as pierce punches & buttons, gas springs, guide pins and bushings, etc.
•Must be willing to work any shift as Plant schedule and/or manpower requirements deem necessary.
•Must be willing to work overtime as required (including Sundays) to maintain all Plant functions relative to the Tool Room such as but not limited to Program Launch, die repairs, engineering change timing to customer dates/requirements, etc.
Tool Room Repair / Changeover Technician
- Responsible Tool Repairs and Changeover activities and personnel for repair and changeover of a variety of molds, tools, jigs and fixtures.
- Oversee preventative maintenance on molds and tools and assembly of molds for production runs
- May do any combination of the following duties:
- Set-up and/or changeover equipment, troubleshoot and repair equipment and perform preventative maintenance on equipment in a safe and efficient manner to meet scheduling requirements. Insure equipment is running safely and meeting necessary quality specifications before completion.
- Monitor equipment for adherence to efficiency and quality specifications.
- Perform testing and fill out paperwork for equipment and related processes as necessary.
- Attend training classes as requested.
- Maintain a clean working environment and follow all safety guidelines and policies at all times.
- Perform other duties as requested by the Team Leader. Comply with all activities related to product safety, legality, regulatory compliance, and quality.
Must be mechanically inclined.
Familiarity with mentioned tools a plus.
Must be able to clearly read, Schematics and Process Standards.
Must be able to diagnoses tool issues and determine parts required to setup or repair portable type tools.
System Engineer Level 3 W/ Hp/Microfocus Monitoring Tool Experience
- TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION YOU MUST HAVE AN ACTIVE TS/SCI W/ FULL SCOPE POLYGRAPH SECURITY CLEARANCE (U.S. CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED)
Experience administrating HP Operations Manager, Network Node Manager, and/or Sitescope"
Demonstrated experience with:
- HP Operations Manager administration
- Linux system administration
- Multi-team collaboration and support
- Customer-focused service and communication skills
Qualification: Fourteen (14) years system engineering experience in programs and contracts of similar scope, type and complexity within the Federal Government is required.
-Provides technical direction for the development, engineering, interfacing, integration, and testing of specific components of complex hardware/software systems to include requirements elicitation, analysis and functional allocation, conduction systems requirements reviews, developing concepts of operation and interface standards, developing system architectures, and performing technical/non-technical assessment and management as well as end-to-end flow analysis
-Implements comprehensive SOA solutions
-Implements operational view, technical standards view, and system and services view for architectures using applicable standards
- Develops scenarios (threads) and an Operational Concept that describes the interactions between the system, the user, and the environment, that satisfies operational, support, maintenance, and disposal needs
-Reviews and/or approves system engineering documentation to ensure that processes and specifications meet system needs and are accurate, comprehensive, and complete
-Conducts quantitative analysis in non-functional system performance areas like Reliability, Maintainability, Vulnerability, Survivability, Produceability, etc.)
-Establishes and follows a formal procedure for coordination system integration activities among multiple teams, ensuring complete coverage of all interfaces
-Captures all interface designs in a common interface control format, and stores interface data in a commonly accessible repository
-Prepares time-line analysis diagrams illustrating the flow of time-dependent functions
-Establishes a process to formally and proactively control and manage changes to requirements, considers impacts prior to commitment to change, gains stakeholder buy-in, eliminates ambiguity, ensures traceability to source requirements, and tracks and settles open actions
-Assess each risk to the program and determine the probability of occurrence and quantified consequence of failure in accordance with an approved risk management plan
- Manages and ensures the technical integrity of the system baseline over time, continually updating it as various changes are imposed on the system during the lifecycle from development through deployment and operations & maintenance
-In conjunction with system stakeholders, plans the verification efforts of new and unproven designs early in the development life cycle to ensure compliance with established requirements
-Participates in an Integrated Product Team to design new capabilities based upon evaluation of all necessary development and operational considerations
-Participates in the development of system engineering documentation, such as System Engineering Plans, Initial Capabilities Documents, Requirements Specifications, and Interface Control Documents
-Participates in interface definition, design, and changes to the configuration between affected groups and individuals throughout the life cycle
-Allocates real-time process budgets and error budgets to systems and subsystem components
-Derives from the system requirements and understanding of stakeholder needs, functions that may be logically inferred and implied as essential to system effectiveness
-Derives lower-level requirements from higher-level allocated requirements that describe in detail the functions that a system component must fulfill, and ensure these requirements are complete, correct, unique, unambiguous, realizable, and verifiable
-Generates alternative system concepts, physical architectures, and design solutions
-Participates in establishing and gaining approval of the definition of a system or component under development (requirements, designs, interfaces, test procedures, etc.) that provides a common reference point for hardware and software developers
- Defines the methods, processes, and evaluation criteria by which the systems, subsystems, and work products are verified against their requirements in a written plan
-Develops system design solution that satisfies the system requirements and fulfills the functional analysis
-Develops derived requirements for Information Assurance Services (Confidentiality, Integrity, Non repudiation, and Availability); Basic Information Assurance Mechanisms (e.g., Identification, Authentication, Access Control, Accountability); and Security Mechanism Technology (Passwords, cryptography, discretionary access control, mandatory access control, hashing, key management, etc.)
-Reviews and provides input to program and contract work breakdown structure (WBS), work packages and the integrated master plan (IMP)
-Contributes to the development of sections of system engineering documentation such as System Engineering Plans, Initial Capabilities Documents, Requirements specifications, and Interface Control documents
-Manages system requirements and derived requirements to ensure the delivery of production systems that are compatible with the defined system architecture(s)
-Assists with the development of system requirements, functional requirements, and allocation of the same to individual hardware, software, facility, and personnel components
-Coordinates the resolution of action items from Configuration Control Board (CCB) meetings, design reviews, program reviews, and test reviews that require cross-discipline coordination
Analyzes user's requirements, concept of operations documents, and high level system architectures to develop system requirements specifications. Analyzes system requirements and leads design and development activities. Guides users in formulating requirements, advises alternative approaches, and conducts feasibility studies. Provides technical leadership for the integration of requirements, design and technology. Incorporates new plans, designs, and systems into ongoing operations. Develops technical documentation. Develops system Architecture and system design documentation. Guides system development and implementation planning through assessment or preparation of system engineering management plans and system integration and test plans. Interacts with the Government regarding Systems Engineering technical considerations and for associated problems, issues, or conflicts. Ultimate responsibility for the technical integrity of work performed and deliverables associated with the Systems Engineering area of responsibility. Communicates with other program personnel, government overseers, and senior executives.
Tool Room Supervisor
Tool Room Supervisor will be responsible for all aspects of in-house tool and die manufacturing, maintenance, development and testing activities to ensure the production objectives are met, to maximize productivity and maintain the highest levels of workmanship for all tool and die activities.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Ensure all tooling are produced efficiently, on time and in line with quality standards ensuring that Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are adhered to. Manage the team on technical best practice and establish standard policies and manufacturing procedures while mentoring and leading the team. Implement and manage continuous improvement and modern manufacturing principals by highlighting deficiencies and recommending changes in training, working practices and processes.
Oversee daily tooling support for production; plan die repairs/preventive maintenance.
Find, evaluate, and approve local outside contractors for die repair, servicing of dies and other machining capabilities.
Responsible for print review, in collaboration with sales and die builder, and review of existing dies. Monitor and track the progress of dies through the building process.
Lead team activities in meeting production objectives, including troubleshooting at the press with both dies and materials.
Supervise, train and instruct tool & die repairs in safety, maintenance, and quality methods and procedures, and capabilities of machines and equipment.
Maintains safe work environment by following standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.
Tooling, Supply Management, Data Entry Skills, Data Entry Management, Inventory Control, Organization, Integrity and Trust, Dependability, Self-Confidence, Verbal Communication, Manufacturing
Tool & Die Operator
POSITION TITLE: TOOL AND DIE OPERATOR
EMPLOYEE TYPE: FULL TIME - HOURLY
DEPARTMENT NO.: 457
JOB CODE: 30Z403
PREPARED DATE: 09/25/2017
APPROVED BY: GENERAL MANAGER, AARON JOHNSONS
APPROVED DATE: 09/25/2017
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Under general supervision, must exercise knowledge to perform a variety of job duties relating to the proficient set-ups of Tool and Die machines including but not limited to:
a. Review router and prints to determine setup, tooling and specification of parts
b. Ability to troubleshoot and find resolutions
c. Ability to read and use measuring tools including but not limited to calipers, micrometers, dial indicators, bore gages, optical comparator.
d. Provide information for Inspector evaluation and validation of quality
e. Identify die codes and components
f. Adhere to all AIC company policies
g. Other duties as assigned
In addition to the above, Operators are to maintain an organized, clean and safe work area using safety standards and expectations while adhering to all quality practices. Management may change responsibilities and/or assignments to meet the business needs without prior notice. AIC follows an At-Will Employment practice.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:
High School diploma or GED, and certificate from a technical school or equivalent combination of education and experience.
1.Language: ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals; ability to verbally communicate effectively.
2.Mathematical: ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using while numbers, common fractions and decimals; ability to apply basic concepts of algebra and geometry.
3.Reasoning Ability: ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions provided in written, oral or diagram form.
4.Ability to read and interpret blue prints
5.Ability to read and interpret router instructions and specifications
6.Properly use calipers, micrometers and other gauge measuring tools.
7.Ability to perform work safety while wearing all required PPE
Frequency of activity required of the employee to perform the job
Daily Lifting and Carrying requirements of the job:
Height the object is lifted from the floor, table or overhead location and distance the object is carried
Maximum weight to be lifted is 40 lbs. Employees are required to seek assistance as needed
Precision Castparts Corp. is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruit, hire, train, and promote in all job categories without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or other status protected by applicable law.
Tool And Die Technician
Tool and Die Technician
Our manufacturing client located in Spencer, IA is actively seeking a Tool and Die Technician. This Tool & Die Technician will be responsible for daily maintenance and preventative maintenance.
- Work from prints, sketches and verbal instructions.
- Maintenance on tools such as punch/die sharpening, punch grinding, replacing broken parts and general maintenance.
- Maintain the everyday equipment by improving tooling conditions.
- General machining of fixtures, dies, and gauges, including: stamping dies and components, weld fixtures, and functional gauges.
- General fabrication of components such as machining, punching, shearing, welding and bending.
- 2 year mechanical degree or equivalent experience.
- 2+ years’ experience as a maintenance tech or tool/die tech in a manufacturing environment.
- Experience in a wood/metal manufacturing plant a plus.
- Experience with tool room equipment including: mills, lathes and grinders.
- Solid understanding of hydraulic, mechanical, and pneumatic manufacturing equipment.
- Willing to be certified for truck/material handling operations.
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Health, Vision, Dental and Life Insurance
- 401(k) retirement plans
- Short and Long-Term Disability
- Paid Time Off
- Paid Holidays
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