A Quality Inspector is needed for a rail transport company, active in the fields of passenger transportation, signalling and locomotives in the Vallejo, CA area. This position will ensure the Project Quality & Safety assurance on the project through the quality controls and inspections. The quality Inspector reports to the Project Quality & Safety Manager.
location: Vallejo, California
job type: Contract
salary: $19.40 - 30.00 per hour
work hours: 8am to 5pm
- Guarantee the compliance of the purchased & manufactured products through the verification of defined requirements at the incoming inspections.
- Apply the Quality Control Plan to ensure delivers of the Project are at the correct quality level.
- Complete NCR and raises problems detected.
- Participates on the implementation of action plans through problem solving. methodology as QRQC, 8Ds, ...
- Participates on the implementation of the APSYS Quality Roadmap.
- Cost of non-quality capture.
- Technical Degree (mechanical or electro-technical background is preferred).
- Specific training on problem solving methodologies desired.
Desired Knowledge / Experience:
- Skill/background in welding and crimping process.
- Technical Background with 3 years or more of experience on the application of quality control activities (transport industry & railway industry preferred).
- Experience on problem solving methods and tools (PDCA/QRQC/5WHYs).
- Rigorous, Analytical & Adaptability.
- Experience level: Experienced
- Education: Bachelors
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