Join the Kurt J. Lesker Company (KJLC) in Enabling Technology for a Better World. We are seeking an organized, detail-oriented individual to join our inspection department in our machine shop located at our Jefferson Hills, PA facility. KJLC is a growing global manufacturer and distributor of vacuum technology.
The Quality Control Technician is responsible for inspecting and leak checking KJLC products in accordance with the KJLC Inspection plan.
Key Job Elements:
Perform visual and dimensional inspection, leak detection, evaluation, using components established quality methods and procedures. Verify compliance of materials and components.
Perform visual and dimensional inspection of standard and complex parts and components per established acceptance criteria and requirements of engineering drawing specifications. Complete inspection forms and update logs.
Learn to maintain & effectively operate helium leak check equipment to perform helium leak check inspections on various products.
Learn to effectively operate the FARO Arm to perform part inspection.
Understand and put into practice the appropriate safety procedures applicable to each work assignment.
Receive work assignments, technical instructions, and guidance.
Discuss techniques, procedures, problems and job priorities with Project Management, Engineers and Supervisor. Provide guidance to coworkers, as required.
Provide technical assistance and guidance to junior inspectors.
1-5 years of Mechanical Inspection, Engineering, Manufacturing or Quality Experience.
Knowledge of CMM operations
Basic understanding of SPC Inspections
Well versed in Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing
Knowledge of first article, in-process and final inspection
Basic understanding of the KJLC’s Quality Management System
Proficient in the use of computer systems and software
Must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Experience with vacuum leak detection & FARO Arm operation
Kurt J. Lesker Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Vets/Disability