Position Profile: Quality Control Technician I
The Quality Control Technician performs in-line and final inspection of both crystalline and non-crystalline optical components to be used in a variety of applications, but primarily in laser systems. Under direct supervision, the technician is able to complete duties that include accurate measurement and inspection of components according to defined production procedures to determine conformance to print.
Handles fragile optical components.
Measures dimensions of using an optical comparator, micrometers, and calipers.
Uses microscopes to inspect polished surfaces and coatings for quality.
Uses autocollimators to measure parallelism and perpendicularity of component surfaces.
Uses lasers to evaluate material quality including scatter, extinction ratio, and wavefront distortion
Interprets prints and verifies adherence of inspection data to specifications.
Keeps accurate records of test and measurements data.
Maintains accurate quality records and component tracking.
Follows process documentation and safety procedures.
Completes routine maintenance on equipment & facility
Performs other duties as may be required/assigned from time to time.
Experience, Education and Competencies Required:
High school diploma
Able to understand mechanical specifications and prints with some assistance from experienced team members
Able to understand how to read micrometers/calipers
Able to distinguish between metric and standard units of measure
Able to do basic algebra and trigonometry using a calculator with assistance
Able to learn MS Office, Excel, and Access for basic data entry
Able to learn MS Outlook
Good written and oral communication skills
Meticulous attention to detail
Able to walk and stand for long periods of time
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