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Electrical Quality Inspector

Chipton Ross is seeking a Electrical Quality Control Inspector for an opening in North Las Vegas, NV.

The Quality team is responsible for assuring product level requirements are verified to internal and industry level standards. We are looking for a Quality Inspector to support product development of a new transportation system by performing verification activities of complex electrical components, assemblies, and test rigs.

The ideal candidate will be responsible for conducting thorough verification to ensure end-to-end electrical components and integrated hardware run smoothly and meet requirements. The candidate will work closely with electrical design engineers, manufacturing, and test technicians. Candidates will have the skill set and experience to meet the responsibilities noted below.

" You will support inspection activities at client site throughout the manufacturing lifecycle (receiving, in-process, and final inspection)
" Perform functional testing of electrical components and assemblies (PCBA/Wire Harnesses)
" Coordinates calibration activities and maintain records of tools and gauges used for product acceptance or Verification/Validation.
" Use precision measuring instruments to verify compliance on dimensions, angles, radii, contours, holes, surface finishes, concentricity, hardness, material and plating.
" Perform inspection throughout the supply chain and internally to VH (source, receiving, in-process, and final inspection).
" Inspects defective electronic equipment to determine malfunction; reads and interprets schematic diagrams, logic charts, drawings and sketches and manufacturers manuals; uses computer diagnostics to isolate area of malfunction; interfaces digital equipment with the computer and programs equipment and diagnostics functions.
" Responsible for the inspection of manufactured products and process setups when applicable using first article pieces, setup pieces, shift samples, etc. according to checklists, blueprints and standards.
" Responsible for verifying vendor reports (i.e. material certification, test reports, first article inspection reports, etc.) and internal fabrication documentation such as work instruction, travelers, and end of line test reports.
" Responsible for the inspection of manufactured products and process setups when applicable using first article pieces, setup pieces, shift samples, etc. according to checklists, blueprints, travelers and standards.
" Responsible for the completion and maintenance of inspection records, logs, and forms.
" Responsible for initiating nonconformance, conduct root cause analysis, and issue corrective actions as required.
" Support the material review board team to ensure anomalies & non-conformances are dispositioned and re-verified
" Support material management, preventative maintenance, and inventory management.
" Support site safety to ensure projects are completed in accordance with established safety procedures and requirements.
" Support test and development organization during commissioning testing (test readiness reviews and approval process).
" Perform and maintain 5S in the immediate work area.
" Facilitate root cause analysis on major findings and ensure appropriate corrective and preventive actions.
" Work with development team to improve unit test coverage, frameworks, and productivity tools.

" Must be able to work 1st or 2nd shift, with experience in a manufacturing shop floor setting.
" Ability to grasp or manipulate objects with one or both hands.
" Ability to stand, walk, sit, and use office equipment in the course of normal duties.
" Ability to work on a construction site in hazardous conditions
" Ability to operate a forklift to enable part movement and kitting through the shop.
" Familiarity with AC and DC power and control systems.
" Calibrate inspection, measurement and test equipment in the following disciplines - electrical, dimensional, optical, physical/mechanical in order to ensure compliance with published specifications.
" Knowledge or work experience in vehicle battery systems (12V, Hybrid, Plug-In & EV) is a plus.
" Knowledge or work experience in ADAS or autonomous vehicle is a plus.
" Bachelor's degree or high school diploma with equivalent work experience
" Advanced experience using basic machine shop tools, caliper, micrometer, gauges, and jigs
" Extensive knowledge of ASME Y14.5 & GD&T principles
" Experience working in an ISO9001, AS9100, and/or IATF 16949 shop floor environment.
" Experience inspecting solder, crimping, conformal coating, staking, and surface mounted devices accordance with NASA 8739 and/or IPC-J-STD-001, IPC-A-610 standards
" Proficient with PC tools such as Access, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, & Project.

Work Schedule
1st Shift, 5/40

Job Number: 190963
Job Location: Las Vegas, NV
Rate: $40 to $45.00 DOE
Duration: 8+ months
Input Date: 08/04/2021
Last Updated: 09/23/2021
Attention: Johnnie Barrientos
Address: 420 CULVER BLVD
City, State: PLAYA DEL REY, CA 90293
Phone: 310/414-7800 X286
800 Phone: 800/927-9318
Fax Phone: 310/414-7808

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