Quality Assurance Technician III


2nd shift: 2:15pm - 12:45am / Monday - Saturday 
 The QA / QC Technician II will be responsible for performing QA / QC inspection and creating quality documentation for Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) / hardness / NCRs / etc. 
 Essential Responsibilities 
 • Work to quality assurance procedures & engineering specifications, etc. as specified 
 • Work in partnership with manufacturing management to eliminate the causes of quality problems 
 • Operate & analyze phased array UT equipment on associated weld inspection 
 • Comply with all applicable quality, health, safety, & environmental regulations 
 • Perform other related duties as assigned indicated by responsibilities 
 • Perform all duties as assigned by management 
 • High school diploma or GED 
 • Minimum of 5 years work experience in a manufacturing role 
 • Magnetic Particle ACCP Level II 
 • Ultrasonic Testing ACCP Level II 
 Eligibility Requirements 
 • Certified Level II in UT, PT, and MT at time of hire, will be required to re-certify with GE 
 • Ability and willingness to do some light to heavy lifting, constant standing 
 • Ability and willingness to wear PPE or Personal Protective Equipment - Hearing and eye protection (safety equipment) must be used 
 • Some danger to fingers and eyes 
 • Some respiratory irritation possible 
 • Comply with all applicable quality, health, safety, and environmental regulations and maintain good housekeeping in assigned work areas. 
 • Requires standing for long periods of time. Requires physical effort, good manual dexterity, awkward positions. 
 • Exposure to high noise level for long periods of time. 
 • Exposure to hazardous materials (i.e. chemicals, grinding dust, welding fumes, etc.). Required, on a repetitive basis, to lift, bend, twist, carry and climb with objects weighing up to 35 lbs. 
 • Non-air-conditioned shop environment 8 hours per day. 
 • May need to work outdoors in inclement weather (heat, cold, rain). 
 Desired Characteristics • Understand Work Orders and ability to read and correctly interpret prints / drawings & specifications 
 • WIS, CWI or CAWI certified 
 • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in quality control applications 
 • WIS, CWI or CAWI certified 
 • Phased Array UT Inspection operating & analyzing experience 
 • Past training / education in the areas detailed on the Manufacturing Training Matrix (MTM) 
 • Perform inspection of components to specifications using calipers, height gages, thread gages and other mechanical inspection hand tools 
 • Excellent written and oral presentations skills 
 • Excellent time management skills 
 • Excellent organizational skills 

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