As a general inspector, you will be responsible for the surveillance of processes, product, and quality through a functional area that may include shop floor, assembly or receiving inspection.
Duties and responsibilities:
There are three (3) major functional areas: Assembly, Shop Floor, or Receiving. Within each of these areas, there are sub areas as follows:
Assembly Shop Floor Receiving
Pre Assembly CNC Receiving
In Process Hardness
Final Assembly Tumble
Final Transfers Mid Size
Final Ship Grind Floor
It is expected that you will be assigned and become proficient in a minimum of one (1) of these sub areas.
The following represent general inspection functions which may or may not be required depending upon the functional area or sub area in which you are assigned:
Perform visual inspection of miniature bearing assemblies, and/or bearing components, using microscope and the unaided eye.
Perform dimensional inspection using mechanical and visual inspection equipment, such as: optical comparator, Contour reader, MicroVu, dial indicators, inspection hand tools, surface plates, height gauges, air gauges, specialized bearing measurement equipment, and gauge blocks. Verify calibration of gauges using standards furnished by the Metrology department
Measure bearing assemblies and/or component features such as: roundness, hardness, concentricity, perpendicularity, flatness, sphericity, surface finish, surface noise and vibration levels, starting torque and running torque, using specialized equipment
Read and understand drawings, specifications, procedures, standards and instructions. Write inspection rejection reports in accordance with company procedures, and maintain detailed inspection records using appropriate forms.
Complete basic control charts, run charts, prepare charts, and histograms. Perform detailed First Article Inspection (first piece) in Shop and Assembly of all components or bearings
Communicate with Manufacturing & Quality personnel and other disciplines as required in a timely and professional manner.
Make recommendations regarding quality and manufacturing improvements as needed
High School diploma or equivalent
2-3 years in NHBB manufacturing experience in areas such as grind, turning, and/or assembly is preferred
Ability to use a microscope and all other NHBB measuring equipment including electronic and computer based
Distant Vision: minimum requirement shall be equal to Snellen 14/18, or 20/40, or better, in at least one eye, either corrected or uncorrected.
Near Vision: Minimum requirement shall be Snellen 14/18; Jaeger type 1 or 2 – 20/25; or Ortho-Rated 8; or equivalent, in at least one eye, either corrected or uncorrected.
Color Vision: Average or normal (4 of 6 responses on Titmus, B+L, or American Optical testing machine or a satisfactory response when checked with an Ishihara or Pseudoiscromatic plate).
Ability to lift 40 lbs
Ability to convert between inch to metric and perform basic calculations using the decimal system is preferred
Ability to read and understand complex written and verbal instructions in English
Able to be flexible and respond to the changing needs of the organization
Physical job requirements may include standing, use of hands to carry out job functions as well as sitting, lifting, carrying, bending and stooping during the course of the job.