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Jones Metal, Inc.

Quality Assurance Inspector



Job Description
SUMMARY: This is an mid-level quality position responsible for monitoring the quality of materials and products by following established procedures, performing first article inspections, and supporting the production process on quality related issues.

Essential duties of this position include, but are not limited to the following:
• Develops quality control plans
• Tracks internal and external quality levels
• Acts as team member for internal ISO audits.
• Participates in root cause analysis and development of corrective action plans
• Inspects, tests, and measures products to verify conformance to specifications
• Completes and submits customer-required documentation to include First Articles, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEAS), and Production Parts Approval Process (PPAPs)

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required:
• Blue print reading
• Use of rulers, calipers, gauges, micrometers and CMM equipment
• Use of math skills relative to physical measurement of product
• Excellent communication and organizational skills, attention to detail
• Ability to work with others in a positive and collaborative manner
• Use MS Office applications such as: Word, Excel, and Access
• Ability to organize and prioritize your work
• Ability to understand/ communicate in English to the extent necessary to perform functions of the job

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
• High School degree, diploma, GED or Trade School Graduate
• Two years previous inspection experience in a manufacturing setting, sheet metal or machining experience highly preferred









About Jones Metal, Inc.
Jones Metal provides advanced metal fabrication solutions for original equipment manufacturers in various industries, including power generation, nuclear power generation, renewable energy, agricultural, heavy construction equipment, and US Military.


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