Quality 3D Inspector

Location: Columbus, MS
Job Code: 1684
# of openings: 1


Job Qualifications:

Primary duties involve performing dimensional and visual inspection of aircraft components, assemblies and tooling for workmanship and conformance to design documentation in 2d or 3D format. Requirements are to be interpreted from design / process drawings, procedures and specifications.  Products to be reviewed will be primarily composite molded components / assemblies but may also include sheet metal details and machined [metal] components.

Creates routines for and performs inspection operations for Model Based Definition inspection utilizing CATIA files and PC-DMIS, Polyworks and Verisurf software for laser tracker instruments, Leica experience strongly preferred, with probing and scanning capabilities as well as portable [PCMM] Romer Arm equipment.  Analyze data from these inspection operations to provide result reports and non-conformance reports as required.

Maintain quality departmental documentation, in written and computer formats, supporting inspection, certification reviews and nonconformance reporting.

Coordinate corrective action with operations, purchasing, production control and liaison engineering.

Participate in company internal audits and support customer audits as required to support quality management system goals.

This position reports to the Quality Manager.  U. S. Person required

Minimum Requirements:

Three years, minimum, experience programming and conducting dimensional inspections using CMM and PCMM equipment - strong preference for PC-DMIS, Polyworks and CATIA software including basic CAD skills related to import/export of file formats supporting these devices; other formats may be considered based on industry experience and product type, standard precision measuring equipment [surface plate / 2D height gage layout, calipers, micrometers, functional gages, etc.] visual inspection techniques, basic shop math, geometry and trigonometry

Experience Laser Tracker systems and optical scan systems desired, Leica preferred.

Read and interpret engineering drawings, military and industrial specifications / standards; a working knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing per ASME Y14.5M and/or Y14.41

Proficiency in verbal and written technical communication, and able to work from written or verbal instructions; basic computer skills [PC] with proficiency in MS Office software

Education Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent is required; associate degree in a technical discipline preferred.  Industry experience applicable to the position will be considered in lieu of associate degree.  Experience in aerospace production facility or associated MRO related industry preferred.  

Physical Requirements:

Capable of lifting/maneuvering/assembling/using 3D measure equipment

Shift Requirements: 

Alternate shift work probable on occasion

Aurora Flight Sciences is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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