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Quality Inspector at Moog, Inc

Posted in General Business 30+ days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Chatsworth, California





Job Description:

At Moog:

• We solve our customers' most difficult technical challenges• We value trust, respect, integrity & cooperation in everything we do• Performance really matters - for our people, customers & shareholders

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Moog Space and Defense Group in Chatsworth is looking for a Quality Inspector with Zeiss CMM Experience. The main focus of this position is to diagnose complex, difficult, long term problem jobs and develop preventative steps necessary to avoid recurrence of the problem(s) in accordance with Company quality standards. This position requires the incumbent to utilize innovative methods and techniques to facilitate process reconfigurations. To accomplish this, the incumbent must be fully aware of process qualification techniques and maintain a working knowledge of N/C procedures such as tooling packages, program conversion techniques and process improvement projects in the department to insure optimum quality. The incumbent should have an above average understanding of Statistical Process Control (SPC) techniques as well as the ability to operate and create small programs on the Zeiss CMM.

The incumbent is the logical link between Machine Shop Management/Supervision, Quality Audit and various other Engineering functions throughout the problem solving process. As such, he/she must demonstrate tact necessary to bring various sides together for positive problem resolution. He/She must maintain a high level of integrity. Time spent interfacing with critical functions and developing process enhancements are 70 percent of the time.

In addition, the incumbent is required to perform conventional/traditional inspection procedures such as setting up and performing precision inspections utilizing all forms of precision measuring equipment (surface plates, height gages, micro height, gage blocks, sine bars, air gauging and surface analyzer). Inspections include first piece inspection, process evaluation of defective hardware and process evaluation of new program conversions.

In order to accomplish these functions, a wide variety of inspection techniques and skills are necessary that include but are not limited to: geometric tolerancing, complex trigonometry and advanced blueprint reading. He/She must be proficient in the use of standard and non-standard gauging and must be able to work with or without standard manufacturing methodology (i.e. operation sheets). The incumbent must assist machinists in the usage and care of inspection equipment, interpretation of blueprints and other quality related activities.

The incumbent will perform process evaluations of new conversions and advise Engineering of new inspection techniques. Mainframe (WDS screens WO 5, WO 19, WO 18, WO 25, INV 5, CM 2 1) and personal computer (excel, word, access) knowledge is required. The incumbent will report to a Manufacturing or Quality Supervisor/Manager and direct interfacing with the Operations Manager when necessity arises to cross-departmental lines. A two-year technical degree with 3 years machine shop and/or quality experience or 7 years' experience in a manufacturing and/or quality environment.

EOE/AA Minority/Female/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Disability/Veteran





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