Quality Inspector - Additive Pitt CEC
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This individual is responsible for performing quality inspection activities to verify that all parts and products align with the required GE quality requirements. This position will be based at the GE Additive Customer Experience Center in Pittsburgh, PA.
- Maintaining product standards through the application of rigorous inspection techniques
- Reviewing supporting documentation from outside vendors to ensure conformity with relevant technical requirements
- Inspect products associated documentation to confirm compliance with GE specifications and standards
- Using, controlling and caring for inspection metrology equipment and ensuring the valid calibration status of such items
- Identifying, controlling and reporting all non-conforming product in the Quality system for accurate and timely record keeping
- Driving continuous improvement opportunities
- Adherence to and compliance with company and regulatory EHS & Quality management system requirements & expectations at all times
- Associate's degree from a science related degree or certification and minimum of 3 years of manufacturing or quality experience
- High School Diploma / GED and minimum of 7 years of quality or manufacturing experience
- Deep understanding of inspection and metrology techniques and processes
- Experience with manufacturing drawings, geometric and dimensional tolerances and specifications
- Knowledge of and familiarity with relevant company and industry standards
- Detailed knowledge of requirements associated with the control of monitoring and measuring devices
- Experience in the additive technology industry Experience using CT, CMM and blue light machines for inspection
- Has an engineering background, such as time-served mechanical or electrical technician ASNT NDT Certification (Level II or Level III preferred) for Visual / Optical, Liquid Penetrant, Radiographic and Ultrasonic testing
- Good communication skills
- Flexible attitude to working patterns
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Additional Eligibility Qualifications:
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a drug screen (as applicable).
United States;Pennsylvania;Findlay Township; Pittsburgh;
- Full time
Posted 8 Aug 2019
Closes 7 Sep 2019
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