The Quality Inspector is responsible for all receiving, in-process, and final inspection activates using variable and/or attribute measuring instruments and techniques to ensure product conforms to requirements.
Wasco is dedicated to the health and safety of its team members. This position requires full-time presence in the building, where many measures are in place to combat the spread of COVID-19. Wasco team members are considered essential workers as Wasco is included in two CISA-defined Critical Infrastructure Workforces (Critical Manufacturing and Defense Industrial Base).
At Wasco, words matter. There is a reason we have “team members” and not employees. When you are part of a team, it’s important to know not only what you are working towards but also what you are working for. An employee has a job and works for a boss. A team member has a role and works towards a purpose. We use what we have, communicate, collaborate, and cooperate. We don’t quit when we hit an obstacle because we believe progress happens one step at a time. The Wasco team is like a family, we respect, encourage and support each other, in good times and hard times. If you can’t laugh at yourself or you can’t stand Tri-Tip, potlucks, and donuts, you don't need to apply.
Perform receiving inspection of all items delivered to ensure parts and proper paperwork have been delivered.
Perform incoming inspection of raw material and components to ensure conformance to engineering specifications and purchase order requirements.
Perform in-process inspections and tests of sub-assemblies to ensure conformance to Labor Router requirements.
Perform final inspection of completed products to ensure conformance to engineering specifications and customer requirements.
Perform inspection and investigation of products returning from the field.
Document the results of all inspection, test and investigation activity on the appropriate forms, logs and reports.
Ensure measuring and test equipment is operational and has a valid calibration status.
Support the Quality Manager in various improvement initiatives.
Ability to lift 50 pounds at chest level several times a day.
Ability to see the full spectrum of colors and track fine details visually to discover defects in the parts or processes.
Working knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) and Engineering Drawing interpretation.
Working knowledge of inspection hand tools (Micrometers, Calipers, Go/No Go Gauges).
Ability to use precision measuring instruments.
Effective computer skills allowing interaction with the ERP System.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Access, Excel, Outlook, Word, TEAMS).
Effective verbal and written communication skills adequate to report inspection findings/trends.
Minimum Education Requirement: High School Diploma or equivalent.
Minimum Experience Requirement: 1 year within a product manufacturing environment.
Must be authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship.
Must be available to work extra hours to ensure Wasco meets customer expectations as well as company financial goals.
Must have the ability to communicate with the trainer, read, understand, and speak English