A McElroy inspector reads and understands blueprints and other part
specifications and uses various tools to determine if machined parts and other
components meet defined quality standards. The inspector reviews the quality and
accuracy of parts by using micrometers, calipers, and height gauges. The
inspector also keeps records of parts that do not conform to quality standards
and helps to resolve problems surrounding continuous improvement and quality.
Communication with engineers and machinists along with many other departments is
vital to upholding the high quality standards at McElroy.
McElroy currently has two inspection areas -- one at our Admiral Facility where
components are produced and one at our Fulton Facility where the final product
is assembled and shipped to the customer. Inspectors may travel between the
campuses throughout the day or stay at just one of the locations. The day shift
runs from 6 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday with a 30-minute lunch at
noon and two paid breaks. The Admiral Facility houses a fitness facility that is
free to employees, and open 12 hours a day. Showers and appointments with
personal trainers are available.
A McElroy Inspector can say…
I can use calipers, micrometers, height gauges, and other measuring devices.
I can read blueprints and schematic.
I can use my math skills to check tolerance and dimensions.
I can communicate problems in verbal or written form.
I am able to maintain the quality of parts by checking all dimensions
I am a team player who produces results.
I am able to provide my own measuring devices.
I am able to think and work like an owner.
I enjoy being rewarded monthly for my contributions.
I enjoy working in a clean, climate-controlled building.
I enjoy producing world-class products every day.
McElroy Family of Companies - 3 years ago
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