JJob Title: Quality Inspector
Department: Newman Hattersley Quality Assurance Department
Reports To: Lean Product/Quality Manager
Essential duties and responsibilities:
The Quality Inspector ensures that quality levels are maintained at Newman Hattersley from the point of receipt, during fabrication and assembly processes, and software/hardware quality validation at final inspection prior to shipment. Primary responsibilities [60%] of this job function are detailed as follows;
Primary responsibilities entail the cross reference of all incoming documentation [CMTRs / NDE reports / purchase order requirements] to all as-received components for quality validation, and the completion of incoming checklists.
- The review of C of Cs or CMTRs for documentary evidence that the requirements of ASME Section III NCA 3800 and ASME Section II are satisfied.
- To ensure that all inspected components have been properly tagged and stored in a secure location, until the components are picked for assembly/fabrication.
- The preparation of all ITPs, with directives from Certified Specification Sheets, Customer purchase order and technical specification requirements.
- To prepare all Shop Travelers with the aid of approved ITPs, engineering drawings, and BOMs.
- To conduct visual inspection of all received components for transit damage.
- The Quality Inspector shall maintain a master list of measuring & test equipment, ensure that all equipment is calibrated according to approved procedures, and review the equipment calibration status on a monthly basis.
- The Quality Inspector shall be responsible for notifying the ANI or the customer’s Quality Surveillance Representative for their witness or hold points listed on the Shop Traveler.
- Performs in-process inspection, dimensional inspection per the Shop Traveler or ITP.
- Completion of the Final Inspection Checklist, and the preparation of shipping documentation.
- To control and maintain the NCR reports and to issue the “Monthly NCR Log”.
Secondary responsibilities [40%] of this job function are detailed as follows;
- To work with other QA team members, when requested, to support the compilation of permanent & non-permanent contract documents, including the generation of History Dockets.
- To assist with the destruction of “non-permanent records” which have exceeded their 10 year retention period.
- To compile lifetime records [History Dockets] from a variety of sources including Shop Travelers, test reports, dimensional reports, engineering design reports, and certified material test reports.
- To prepare the “Index to Principal Documents” form, including retention times and storage location within the records system for a contract.
- After contract completion, the Quality Inspector is responsible for the adequate protection of all quality records.
- To save all history docket information within the NHL server, and to supply the appropriate number of CDs to be submitted with the components at shipment.
- To ensure that ”Nonpermanent Records” are retained no longer than 10 years, after which the Administrator will ensure adequate shredding of these documents.
- To assist the Quality Manager with revisions to the quality assurance manual and the issuance of revised manuals to all internal and external Customers.
- The maintenance and control of all NHL forms as referenced in the quality assurance manual. The generation of new form numbers for additional forms, and the maintenance of form revisions.
Qualifications and required skills:
- To possess a high degree of organization, self motivation, to maintain the quality needs of the Customer, and excellent quality knowledge.
- Must have excellent communication skills [English] both written and verbal, and able to participate in technical discussions, as required, within various departments.
- Must be experienced in metrology, and the use of various pieces of measuring equipment for dimensional verification.
- Computer literate and proficient in MS Office applications.
- Familiar with Nuclear Quality Programs, including N285.0, and ASME Section III Division 1 documentation.
- Education – Possess a technical college diploma which includes quality, metrology, and statistics.
- Computer Skills - Proficient with MS office products and technical sizing programs for flow control elements and actuation
- Additional preferred talents – Knowledge of 6S methodology and lean manufacturing principles.
Performance results for this position are measured on maintaining product quality, submission of all required quality documentation to the Customer within six (6) weeks after receipt from Order Entry, lead time reduction initiatives, and adhering to the voice of the Customer [VOC].
Mississauga, ON, Canada
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