Quality Inspector II
Santa Clara, CA US
A manufacturing company is seeking an Quality Inspector II to join their team!
In this role, you'll be reporting to the Quality Assurance Supervisor. Under general supervision, supporting in-coming, in-process and final inspection of raw materials, components and finished products and provide training to other inspectors. Also following company’s policy of delivering quality products that meet and exceed customer expectations and regulatory requirements.
- Support daily inspection activities for in-coming, in-process and final inspection.
- Perform inspections of purchased parts, subassemblies or finished company products according to well defined criteria using standard physical, mechanical and electrical measurements.
- Read, understand, and interpret engineering specifications
- Perform review of Device History Records, Work Orders or Travelers for release of finished goods.
- Support R&D and Manufacturing inspection activities using basic knowledge of inspection techniques and tools & equipment
- Use sampling methodologies and techniques
- Pass or fail in-process product by confirming specifications; conducing visual and measurement tests; communicating issue to engineer and supervisor
- Take measurements using micrometers, calipers, snap gage, gage pins, microscope, optical & coordinate measurement system (e.g., Keyence) and other measuring instruments.
- Document inspection results by completing records and logs
- Recognize non-conformances and appropriately initiate and communicate those non-conformances to engineer and supervisor.
- Provide suggestions and feedback for quality inspection improvement (e.g., test methodologies, instrumentation, fixtures)
- Maintain safe and healthy work environment by following safety guidelines and procedures
- Support departmental training activities
- Comply with quality system regulations, standards and procedures
- High School diploma (or GED equivalent) with a minimum of 3-7 years of related technical work experience in a Contract Manufacturing and/or Medical Device environment (or equivalent industry) required.
- Ability to perform routine and non-routine inspection visual aids and inspection instrumentation, e.g., micrometers, calipers, pin gages, microscopes, Keyence…etc.
- Technical or Vocational course work preferred.
- Familiar with current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) and Good Documentation Practices (GDP) Standards.
- Also required are strong oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail, and proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other standard office tools.
For more than forty years, Richmar Associates has connected talented job seekers with Silicon Valley businesses from start-ups to Fortune 500. We specialize in the temporary and direct placement services business. Based in the Silicon Valley, Richmar offers staffing solutions that include temporary, temp-to-hire, payroll service, vendor management and direct placement services to clients in the High-Tech Industry.
Richmar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.