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Team

Quality Assurance

Location

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Quality Inspector

The Quality Inspector will support our manufacturing floor where we assemble and manufacture all products for our customers worldwide. Focusing on ensuring incoming material meets requirements to support all aspects of manufacturing, from circuit board population all the way though to shipping, the Materials Inspector will work closely with our Operations and Quality teams and help improve quality daily.

Responsibilities

  • Inspect incoming material per specifications, drawings, standards or as requested
  • Entry and maintain inspection log or datasheet accurately
  • Document inspection outcomes and report non-conformance findings from receiving and production floor
  • Engage with Materials, Purchasing, and Quality to support process improvements and address root cause of non-conformances
  • Work in an environment structured for continuous improvement and cycle time reductions
  • Read and accurately interpret work instructions, procedures, assembly drawings, schematics, and bills of materials
  • Support quality auditing with process owners
  • Perform follow-ups as part of the quality process
  • Attend meetings with Quality and Operations teams

Skills & Aptitudes

  • Diploma in Engineering technology (or equivalent)
  • You have 2 years’ Quality Inspector experience in a manufacturing environment
  • You are fluent in written and spoken English
  • Ability to understand and interpret drawings, geometric tolerance.
  • Work experience in injection mold part, metalwork, coating and electronic or SMT process.
  • Knowledge of workmanship standard like IPC-600, JEDEC, etc.
  • Experience with Microsoft office suite and ERP system (NetSuite)
  • Lean manufacturing background with Kaizen and CI is an asset
  • Ability to read and interpret drawings and use a variety of physical, optical, and electrical metrology equipment to assess part compliance
  • Familiarity with industry quality and workmanship standards (IPC, JEDEC, SPI, ISO series, etc), particularly with injection-molded plastics, metalwork, and electronics
  • You demonstrate clear verbal and written business communication skills that are concise, courteous and professional
  • You are computer literate including the Microsoft Suite of products
  • You are organized, detail-oriented and can prioritize tasks
  • You are a team player who offers solutions and ideas to continually improve the business
  • You are outgoing, courteous, ambitious and presentable with a professional demeanor
  • You are a go-getter with a positive attitude, wanting to make a difference within your team
  • Experience in a Lean Manufacturing environment or Six Sigma certification is an asset

Experience

  • Quality Inspection: 2 years (Preferred)
  • Manufacturing: 2 years (Preferred)
  • NetSuite/ERP Systems: 1 year (Preferred)

Benefits & Compensation

  • Full-time salaried position: compensation to match your experience and talent.
  • Rapidly growing tech company expanding globally
  • Extended Health and Dental benefits, along with a wellness program
  • Employee Family Assistance Program
  • Educational Assistance Program
  • Company stock purchase plan with matching RSP contributions

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