Summary of Quality Technician – Precision Machining

Monday - Thursday Dayshift or Split Shift

We are seeking a detail / results oriented, Quality Technician for our plant in South Eastern Pennsylvania. We have been in business for more than seventy years and are considered a leader in our industry, making precision machined parts for a variety of OEM’s. Family oriented culture with focus on Integrity, Accountability and Responsibility. What we do matters!

The Quality Technician will monitor the quality of incoming and outgoing products or materials. Also tasked with conducting tests, analyzing measurements, and overseeing production processes which must meet the dimensional specifications of the mechanical engineered drawing.

Duties Include:

  • Approve incoming materials by confirming specifications, conducting a visual and measurement test, and rejecting and returning unacceptable materials
  • Approve in-process production by confirming required specifications, conducting visual and measurement tests, and communicating the required adjustments.
  • Approve all finished products by confirming specifications and conducting required tests
  • Return products for re-work if needed and complete documentation to confirm re-work
  • Document and update inspection results by completing reports and logs
  • Keep measurement equipment operating by following operating instructions, calling for repairs, and keeping gages calibrated.
  • Roving manufacturing audits for part and systems compliance
  • Approve first piece inspections using any combination of manual or advanced equipment and methods.

Requirements for Quality Technician – Precision Machining

Requirements include:

  • Prefer a working knowledge of measuring equipment including CMM, Optical Comparator, Non-Contact Measuring systems, Micrometers, Calipers, and all other handheld measuring tools.
  • Effective communication skills.
  • Strong blueprint reading skills.
  • Familiarity with Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing.
  • First Article inspections; Capability Studies.
  • Developing and maintaining inspection reports.
  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  • 2 year’s experience.

Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

  • Gage R & R studies.
  • Inspection & Quality Planning.
  • Ability to complete product layouts from blueprints.
  • Material & Process Certifications and Test Report Verifications.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Word & Excel and Quality software.
  • Knowledgeable performing first piece, final inspection, in process and receiving inspection.
  • Calibration of measuring instruments a plus.
  • Operation of CMM and OGP vison system a plus.
  • SPC and Control / Run / Trend Analysis & Charting.
  • Process / Equipment capability studies.
  • Previous Aerospace Manufacturing Quality experience a plus.
  • Background in ISO9001 and AS9100 a plus a plus.
  • Lean Manufacturing experience & knowledge. 
  • Six Sigma Green Belt or equivalent knowledge a plus.



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