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Position: Hardware Quality Control Inspector
Duration: 1 year
Location: North York, ON
To perform incoming, In-Process and Final Inspection in accordance with Work Instructions, Drawings, Parts Lists, Wiring lists and Workmanship Standards. The QC inspector shall support team in ensuring that the deliveries will conform to customer and company expectations and to all other relevant obligations
Inspects and classifies hardware products.
Records inspection results of hardware daily.
Liaison with other departments over findings.
Maintains lot traceability.
Assists in expediting required hardware rework (e.g. Product Serial Number).
Logs hardware products’ serial numbers.
Normal lab environment
Files Quality records as appropriate
Update specifications, drawings and file the updated documentation.
Moderate to Medium level effort to lift equipment of approximately 20 lbs.
Ability of Lifting Equipment up to 20 lbs.
Ability to juggle inspection according to juggling priorities to meet project’s demands.
Ability to keep tracability for missing paper work and its completion to complete transactions
Understanding assembly drawings and standards.
Use of microscope and measuring instruments.
Good verbal and written communications.
Ability to read blueprints, engineering drawing and schematics.
Technician Diploma with 2-3 years related inspection experience (or post graduate with technical training, 8-10 years related inspection experience).