Eaton in Belmond, IA is hiring a quality control inspector on 2nd shift.
The primary function of this role is to perform gage setup, gage calibrations, in-process inspections, maintain gage equipment, and act as a resource for operators to identify and correct gage or quality related problems.
A.Setup gages to support plant inspections. Gages are set according to production schedules and demand.
B.Calibrate / inspect gages according to quality procedures.
C.Generates appropriate paperwork using engineering support systems
D.Inspects all new gages according to quality procedures.
E.Enters new gage data into the electronic recall system.
F.Recalls gages for regularly scheduled calibration intervals.
G.Consults with machine operators to identify and resolve gage and /or quality problems.
H.Performs R&R studies on gages as required.
I.Performs in-process / finish inspection through the use of comparators, roundness machines, and surface inspection equipment.
J.Perform gage and indictor training.
K.Keeps gage room clean, orderly, and secure. Ensures environmental controls are satisfactory.
L.Maintains gage equipment and master valves to insure highest degree of accuracy.
M.Ensures that job functions maintain or improve product quality. Stops and corrects job function if product quality is affected negatively.
Basic Qualifications (Including Educational Requirements)
-High school diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution
-Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship
-Understanding of how to use precision gauging instruments including comparator
-Understand visual standards and customer requirements
-Understand engine valve nomenclature
-Ability to proactively work with other team members
-Previous experience using gauging and measurement equipment
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