BAE Systems Quality Auditor: Assembly and Test in York, Pennsylvania
The York, Pennsylvania site of BAE Systems is seeking aQuality Auditor: Assembly and Testfor 2nd Shift. In this role, the Quality Auditor, upon receiving instructions and work orders from the Quality Manager, Quality Engineer, or Lead, assures continuity of production by performing quality inspections, at a random sampling plan as directed.
Refers to sources of inspection criteria such as drawings, sketches, inspection procedures, military and commercial specifications, purchase orders, technical handbooks and charts, supplemental quality assurance requirements (i.e. SQAP s, QAP s and QAR s), etc.;
Performs audits / verifications consisting of, but not limited to, completeness of weldments / assemblies, dimensionals, visual weld, paint / plating, cleanliness, and damage per applicable drawings / specifications and determines appropriate disposition;
Records accept / reject disposition via the appropriate BAE electronic filing repository (Oracle, EFIR, TIPQA, etc.) and completes necessary material control tags and database entries;
Utilizes equipment consisting of, but not limited to, precision standard measuring equipment, functional gauges, functional test equipment, pressure gauges, etc. as required;
Performs air pressure tests, as required;
Marks questionable areas for rework / repair, when applicable;
Uses access to assemblies via ladders, turnovers, low level catwalks, etc. May require bending, stooping, crawling, reaching, and awkward positioning to access inspection components and weldments;
Performs layouts and set-ups using standard measuring equipment, as required;
Designates inspection status of items utilizing documentation methods such as stamps, forms, tags, controlled database entries, etc.
Please note: This position is on 2nd Shift, 2:30PM-11:00PM. A shift differential is included.
Required Education, Experience, & Skills
High school or the equivalent (i.e. GED);
Ability to read, comprehend, and work to blueprints;
Understanding of drawing symbols and requirements;
Experienced with gage calibration and documentation;
Skilled in using standard measuring equipment such as 6 rule, tape measure and combination squares;
Working experience with precision measurement equipment such as calipers (both vernier and digital), height gauges, surface plates, protractors, gauge blocks/pins, micrometers, depth gauges, thread gauges, plain plugs and ring gauges, graduated and digital measuring device
Experience using standard material handling equipment such as jacks, hand trucks, jib cranes, etc.;
Skilled in basic computer operations and Windows-based application software and programs;
Ability to adhere to all company and departmental safety policies, and to follow all safety procedures dictated by applicable work instructions;
Must be able to support 2nd Shift (2:30pm-11:00pm, M-F).
Preferred Education, Experience, & Skills
- Experience working in a heavy manufacturing, DoD environment a plus!
Quality Auditor: Assembly and Test
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