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Aerospace Quality Inspector 5582

 Aerospace Quality Inspector – Permanent – Staverton – £24,500 – £26,500 per annum

Position Type: Full-time/Permanent – 8AM – 5PM

Our client is a leading aerospace manufacturing company dedicated to producing high-quality precision components for the aerospace industry. They take pride in our commitment to excellence and are seeking a skilled Aerospace Quality Inspector to join our team.

Responsibilities:

As an Aerospace Quality Inspector specializing in CNC Machined Parts, you will be responsible for ensuring the quality and compliance of components manufactured through CNC machining processes. Your primary duties will include:

  1. Inspection of CNC Machined Parts:
  • Conduct thorough inspections of aerospace components produced through CNC machining processes to ensure they meet specified quality standards.
  • Utilise precision measuring equipment such as calipers, micrometers, and gauges to verify dimensional accuracy.
  1. First Article Inspection (FAI):
  • Perform First Article Inspections in accordance with AS9102 standards.
  • Review engineering drawings and specifications to confirm that CNC machined parts meet design requirements.
  1. Paperwork and Documentation:
  • Maintain accurate and detailed inspection records, documenting results of inspections, deviations, and any corrective actions taken.
  • Generate inspection reports and communicate findings to relevant stakeholders.
  1. Collaboration:
  • Work closely with CNC machine operators, production teams, and quality assurance personnel to address quality issues and implement corrective actions.
  • Collaborate with engineering teams to provide feedback on design specifications and ensure compliance.
  1. Continuous Improvement:
  • Participate in continuous improvement initiatives to enhance the quality control process.
  • Suggest and implement improvements to inspection procedures and tools.

Experience:

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in aerospace quality inspection.
  • Proficient understanding of AS9100 and AS9102 quality standards.
  • Strong knowledge of CNC machining processes and associated inspection techniques.
  • Experience with various measuring tools and equipment.
  • Detail-oriented with a keen eye for identifying discrepancies and non-conformities.
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills.

If you are a dedicated and experienced Aerospace Quality Inspector looking to contribute to a dynamic team in a cutting-edge aerospace manufacturing environment, we invite you to apply. Join us in our mission to deliver precision and excellence in every component we produce.

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Staverton, Gloucestershire
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