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IMS QA Inspector

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: : BBBH112874
  • Location: USA, Virginia, Norfolk
  • Sector: Onshore Marine Support, Marine
  • Salary: £0.00 per annum
  • Date posted: 10/10/2017
This vacancy has now expired.
-Perform visual and dimensional inspections

-Create, modify, and maintain Quality Assurance procedures

-Interpret engineering drawings and follow written audit guidelines

-Analyzes documentation, such as drawings, military specifications
and standards, Quality Verification Plan (QVP), Quality Assurance
Procedures (QAP), Procurement Inspection Plans (PIP), , to determine
the level of inspection and the best method of inspection and tooling required to perform the inspection.

-Inspects machined parts for defects associated with grinding and machining; such as heat stress cracking and tearing

-Performs visual examinations

-Should be the example of what a safe employee does and looks like during all day to day activities

-Enter confined spaces when necessary to complete inspections

-Position requires frequent bending, squatting, standing, walking, climbing,

-Required to perform the duties of a discipline lead, and/or interface
with other disciplines in accordance with departmental procedures and standards

-Generate reports of conditions found during inspection activities,
notify production, Superintendents and Quality Assurance/Quality
Control management of significant problems, completes documentation
necessary to attest to satisfactory completion of inspection or test activities

-Responsible for completing necessary paperwork and documentation
in accordance with work instructions or procedures in a neat and organized manner

-Performs pre-inspections of completed work

-Attends, Witness and Verifies Tests and Inspections

-Witnessing tests and in-process inspections

-Understand and act upon instruction

-Work independently to complete responsibilities

-Must have regular, reliable attendance

-Other duties as assigned

-Strong experience performing detailed dimensional inspections

-Must have a strong ability to work with Government Specs.
Knowledge of thermal stress relief and shot peening a plus

-Should have knowledge of NAVSEA, QA, & OSHA Standards (29 CFR
1910 (Occupational Safety and Health Standards) & 1915 (Personal
Protective Equipment for Shipyard Employment))

-Prefer minimum of 5 years' experience of field
Quality Assurance/Control experience regarding inspection of marine propulsion shafting

-Prefer minimum of 5 years of experience as a machinist (outside or
inside) preferably as a supervisor with technical or vocational training

-Valid driver's license and a good DMV driving record.

-Ability to obtain access to government facilities.

For more information about this role please contact our Houston office