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Quality Control Inspector / CMM Technician

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The Hinz company is searching for a motivated individual to fill an open position in our QC department. In our quality control or (QC) department, technician will use traditional quality tools as well as operate CMM equipment to perform measurement, inspection, and testing of components. Technicians will use existing and create new inspection programs to confirm manufactured parts align with defined expectation before they are sent to shipping.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Performs first piece, in-process, and final, measurement, inspection, and testing of components and devices with CMMs.
  • Perform manual Quality Control Inspection per the priority board, pending CMM demand. Requires the use of traditional quality tools.
  • Mounts/installs tools, attachments, fixtures, and work pieces on CMM.
  • Maintain CMM and associated equipment in good working condition; verify calibration.
  • Document and report nonconforming materials; place nonconforming parts on “hold”.
  • Read specifications and part prints to interpret requirements including dimensional, physical, functional, and visual requirements.
  • Communicate with manufacturing, engineering, and production personnel from all departments to exchange pertinent information and problem solve issues.
  • Meet and maintain established efficiency and effectiveness standards established for the quality CMM function.
  • Calypso software – Zeiss Contura
  • All other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills & Competencies:

  • 3+ years’ experience
  • In a quality control role
  • Preferred experience with
  • Precision machine shop (CNC) environment
  • CMM Usage
  • Regulated Industry (ISO 9001)
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints with knowledge and understanding of GD&T.
  • Proficient in the use of quality tools micrometer & caliper, height stands, thread gages, dial indicators, gage pins, radius gages, optical comparator, and vision machines.
  • Ability to work in a team environment as well as autonomously.

Education, Certifications, and/or Licenses Requirements:

  • Technical certification with associate’s degree in science, mathematics, or technical discipline, preferred, but not required.
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 3+ years of equivalent experience can supersede the educational requirements

Compensation, Benefits, Etc.:

  • Pay: $20 – 35 per hour
  • Benefits: 401(k) / 401(k) matching / Dental insurance / Health insurance / Paid time off / Vision insurance
  • Schedule: 8-hour shift / Day & Night shift: Monday to Friday / Shift Typical start time: 8:00AM - Typical end time: 4:30PM
  • Must be able to commute and possess reliable means of transportation