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Quality Inspector/CNC Prototype Machinist

Are you a highly motivated and experienced CNC prototype machinist looking to gain experience as a Quality Inspector? If so, this first shift, 7:30A-3:30P, Chandler-based position is the perfect fit for you!

This candidate must have the following to be considered for the role:

  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience operating CNC Vertical Mills such as Haas
  • Minimum of 1+ years’ experience in quality control and understanding of manufacturing QA processes and procedures
  • Proficient reading blueprints and understanding specifications and GD&T.
  • Work with a full range of inspection precision measuring instruments and special equipment
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills. Must be able to read, write and speak English fluently.

Summary of Essential Functions:

  • Review samples, drawings, or instructions to understand specifications of output and select appropriate machines and position or lad material for a job
  • Determine and program size of batches, speed of machine, etc.
  • Monitor machine while working to adjust the feed, maintain temperature, and identify issues
  • Analyze and diagnose machining, programming and tooling problems.
  • Perform first article, in-process and finished work inspections on machined parts

Additional Requirements:

  • Familiar with ISO 9001:2015 practices
  • Experience with CAD programs such as AutoCAD or SolidWorks a plus.
  • Knowledge of programming Mills using SURFCAM is a definite plus.
  • Manual mills and lathe experience a plus.

Benefits:

  • Excellent growth and promotion opportunities
  • Competitive wages, dependent on experience
  • Comprehensive benefits package with medical, dental, vision, and voluntary benefits
  • 401k with company match
  • Training opportunities

About AeroSpec

AeroSpec is a leader in design-engineer-build solutions for manufacturing. Our team creates custom manufacturing equipment for cutting edge products needed in a connected world.  We create an extensive range of automation technology and solve all types of manufacturing challenges. The company is a respected leader in innovative design, engineering, manufacturing, real-time supply chain insight and logistics services to companies of all sizes in various industries working to grow their technology and manufacturing capability. Details of the company and its products can be viewed at www.aerospecinc.com.

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