FARO® is the world leader in 3D imaging and measurement systems. We are a global company traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange with a passion for excellence and success. We are proud to be recognized among Fortune’s 100 Fastest-Growing Companies. In order to accelerate the growth of our company, Faro Technologies is growing new positions on our Total Quality production team. F ARO is seeking a Mechanical Quality Control Technician for our corporate headquarters in Lake Mary Florida.
We have a culture of innovation and an absolute commitment to reliability at all touch points. FARO partners with each customer to simplify their work through innovative measures. We recently celebrated our 30 year anniversary by having one of our valued customers, Paul Jr. designs and build a custom FARO-themed chopper. FARO’s motorcycle build was featured on Discovery Channel’s popular television series American Chopper: Senior vs. Junior.
FARO encourages employee success by offering excellent benefits and a variety of career and training opportunities. We are completely focused on simplifying processes through innovation, integrity, teamwork, accountability and a friendly work environment.
Perform duties to conduct incoming, in process and final inspection of any range of custom mechanical parts and subassemblies, perform a wide range of routine and non-routine repairs as required to ensure compliance with established specifications, recommend solutions to engineering for manufacturing or assembly problems, and review technical drawings for completeness and QC Layer inclusion, where work involves considerable initiative and ingenuity and only general methods are available.
Work from production checklist, prints, sketches, diagrams, schematics and other forms and documents.
Conduct incoming, in process and final visual, functional and dimensional inspection of a range of production mechanical units, devices and parts. Ensure that material conforms to specified requirements. Prepare required documentation and route units as required to maintain schedules and communicate related issues. Generate nonconformance reports and track reoccurring problems. Determine causes of failures and communicate conclusion to engineering and to vendor technical contact as appropriate.
Recommend solutions to engineering for manufacturing and assembly problems. Review technical drawings prior to release, for completeness and QC Layer inclusion. Participate in engineering discussions to contribute recommendations for improvements in future designs and current production methods.
Identify and analyze failed production assemblies and respond to unusual conditions identified during assembly operations. Diagnose extent of disassembly and repair required. Make routine repairs involving immediate or obvious modifications. Forward units requiring significant disassembly and rework or repair to service or assembly as appropriate, communicating failure related information.
Modify mechanical parts issued from stock room as required to update material to suit current engineering changes.
Determine acceptability of cosmetic issues on assemblies during production.
Maintain a file of incoming certificates of conformance.
Maintain tool calibration log and calibrate specified tools as required.
Prepare and submit appropriate documentation for approval and purchase of tools and equipment as required.
2+ Years experience in a mechanical manufacturing assembly production
environment as a Total Quality Control Technician.
Able to read, understand and follow directions from blue prints, sketches, diagrams and schematics
Experience and able to use a multi meter, gage blocks, micrometer, caliper, indicators, torque wrench.
Experience with digital measuring tools, Optical Comparator, CMM,
Experience and knowledge of prescribed safety equipment
Experience with computers and common related peripherals.
Experience FARO Arm/Gage a plus
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Some lifting of very light, average or heavy weight materials over 60 lbs, frequent lifting of lightweight materials. Some bending and stooping, some pushing and pulling, frequent sitting and standing, some reaching, occasional upper body and arm rotation and occasional use of hazardous chemicals. GD&T proficiency requested.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED:
Hand and hand power tools, multimeter, gage blocks, micrometer, caliper, indicators, torque wrench, digital measuring tools, Optical Comparator, CMM, FARO Arm/Gage, prescribed safety equipment, computer and common related peripherals.
as an employee of FARO; you will become part of a dynamic organization which values quality, leadership, teamwork, honesty and openness as a way of life in conducting our business.
FARO Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace with Pre-Employment Drug Screening. EEO/AA/M/F/D/V
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