Engineering & Technical

2nd Shift QC Inspector

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  • Location:

    Mansfield, United States

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  • Contact:

    Brad McGovern

  • Published:

    almost 4 years ago

2nd Shift Quality Control Inspector



Job Responsibilities:

  • Determines quality and reliability standards by studying drawings and formulas; verifying specifications with engineering staff.
  • Identifies in process product condition by collecting samples during production process; conducting in process inspections and first article approvals. Works with operators and supervisors on quality policies and procedures; assists in training of employees on new policies and procedures.
  • Determines acceptability of rework by conducting inspections and physical tests of reworked product.
  • Documents finished product status by recording and summarizing raw materials, in process, and finished product inspection and physical test data; updating quality assurance data base.
  • Maintains product quality documentation system by writing or rewriting quality assurance procedures.
  • Maintains quality assurance operations by following quality assurance policies and procedures; reporting needed changes.
  • Assist production manager with setting up jobs for production, including gathering all documentation and tooling as required.
  • Responsible for product inspection and/or audits of quality control programs.
  • Perform packing line and manufacturing inspection.
  • Perform sampling and testing of components, materials, and equipment.
  • Ensure that raw materials and products meet company standards.
  • Determine methods, sequences, and procedures necessary for inspection.
  • Interpret manufacturing drawings, diagrams, and specifications to approve or reject units or systems.
  • Adapt measuring devices and procedures.
  • Apply approval or rejection labels to raw materials once analytical data is evaluated.


  • 2 - 4 years in medical device quality assurance or related field.
  • An understanding of FDA Quality System regulations.