Quality Control Inspector
Johnson Service Group (JSG) is actively seeking Quality Control Inspectors with 2 years experience for a contract assignment in Oklahoma. The QC Inspector I will perform all tasks in Initial Phase Manufacturing Composites, Final Phase in a timely and efficient manner to ensure aircraft parts, sub-assemblies, major assemblies, and installations are built to type design data. This is fantastic opportunity to gain exposure with an aerospace industry leader. Essential Duties and Responsibilities for the Quality Control Inspector include the following: Other duties may be assigned
- Perform inspector duties utilizing engineering drawings and orders, route cards, inspection travelers, work instructions, technical specifications, QA procedures and instructions, and other related documents.
- Perform preliminary and progressive inspections of aircraft structure and systems, verify functional operation, final inspections, inspect for FOD and verify paperwork.
- Witness, verify and document specified manufacturing process steps.
- Perform conformity/first article inspections to ensure compliance with FAA approved procedures.
- Ensure the proper use and storage of area tools and equipment.
- Conduct work in a manner that enhances own/other employees health safety, product safety and promotes risk reduction; participate openly in safety-related event investigations, and immediately report workplace hazards and make suggestions for control; cooperate and contribute toward the overall success of the Safety program at the local level.
- Provide technical support to manufacturing personnel.
- Perform area inspections to ensure compliance with applicable standards and specifications.
- Participate in continuous improvement activities.
High School Degree and GEDCompletion of formal inspection training program within 90 days of assignmentOne (1) year quality inspection experience or two years GAC manufacturing experience. Two (2) years manufacturing experience or equivalent aerospace experience preferred.Working knowledge of shop mathematics, and CATIA or blueprint reading and interpretation. Competent in the use of basic shop tools and equipment.