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Inspection Technician – CMM Programmer – Afternoon Shift in Oakville at Can-Tech Services

Date Posted: 10/26/2018

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Inspection Technician – CMM Programmer – Afternoon Shift

Location: Oakville, ON
Salary: TBD – based on experience
Contract Duration: 12 month contract

• This position reports to the Supervisor, Quality Control
• As the Inspection Technician – CMM Programmer, you will be responsible for development of CMM programs and inspection of landing gear parts to drawing and specification using CMM and manual tools/techniques
• Afternoon shift is 3 pm – 11 pm

• University Degree or College diploma in a related technical discipline
• Minimum of 3 years of Quality Assurance experience in a manufacturing environment
• Completed CMM operation and programming training
• Minimum 2 years of CMM programming experience and capability is required (PCDMIS)

Primary Responsibilities:
• Write programs (PCDMIS) for the CMM
• Manage programs to ensure the appropriate revision is used by the operators
• Responsible for the inspection and acceptance of detail parts in-process in machine shop and surface finishing
• Will be required to evaluate products for acceptance to specific criteria, initiate rejection process where required, complete diverse paperwork and system records for traceability and movement of products
• Complete First Article Inspection reports using AS9102 format
• Able to work under minimum supervision in a team environment is essential. Work safely with heavy parts
• Apply 5S workplace organization and Just In Time principals for Continuous Improvement
• Must also possess good organizational and decision making skills to ensure completion of paperwork and computerized tasks
• Successful candidate must meet all requirements under ITAR and CGD with no restrictions

Required Qualifications:
• Must be able to read and interpret drawings and specifications, including CATIA models
• High competency and understanding of GD&T
• Experienced in Measurement System Analysis (i.e. gauge R&R)
• Able to operate CMM in both manual and program mode (PCDMIS)
• Fully competent in the use of tools and gauges to inspect machined parts and features
• Knowledge of AS9102, aircraft industry requirements and general inspection practices
• Must be comfortable in a fast paced work environment and possess good interpersonal skills
• Familiar with office computer programs (MS Word, Excel) and SAP
• Knowledge of continuous improvement and standard work methodologies are required competencies
• Will be required to work independently and with minimal supervision to complete tasks
• Knowledge of basic calibration (recall) system and quality audit experience preferred

Please submit resume to Tayyaba at: