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Advanced Interconnections Corp.
Position Title
:   Quality Control Inspector  
Hourly, non-exempt. 
Posted: 6/6/18                

Position Summary: Perform all inspection activities related to purchased or manufactured materials, subcomponents, assemblies and packaging.

Essential Functions:

Provide inspection services in one or more inspection functions (i.e. incoming, in-process and final inspection.)

Determine the acceptability of purchased or manufactured materials, subcomponents, assemblies and packaging.

Accurately report the findings using the current systems (this may include retention of samples, preparing paper reports and/or using software to report labor and data).

Work with other departments to ensure awareness and communication of product and material issues.

Promote, enhance and improve the Quality Management System.


Required Skills

  1. Ability to read and interpret all drawings, specifications and external documentation necessary to determine the acceptability of product.
  2. Ability to accurately use small mechanical inspection tools (i.e. micrometers, force gauges, calipers and electrical meters) needed for assigned inspection function.
  3. Ability to document the results of inspection, including electronic records.  This would include Inspection plans, first piece inspection, retained samples, Non-conforming Material Reports.
  4.   Ability to sample product using standard inspection plans.


Desired Skills

  1. Ability to use Visual Measurement Machines.
  2. Ability to use force gages
  3. Ability to program VMM and Programable force gages.
  1. Ability to develop Inspection Plans by identifying characteristics on drawing and entering tolerances into inspection plan templates.
  2. Ability to interpret statistical control data.
  3. Lean manufacturing principle application.

Other Accountabilities:

1.     Undertake special projects to support new products and accelerated delivery schedules.
May be requested to provide inspection services at a vendor or customer's location.
Perform similar work-related duties as required. This may include training, housekeeping, lean team activities, risk assessment activities, and corrective actions.


Performance Measurements:
Productivity (output/ established requirements)
Quality of Work (customer focus, accuracy and consistency)
Job Knowledge (process and product organizational knowledge)
Attitude/Working Relationships (communications and awareness)
Dependability (attendance, on-time, completing assignments)


Three years related experience.
Ability to read and write English
Ability to be trained on computer software.

 Immediate Supervisor: Quality Control Manager

Please reply to:

Curt Johnson | Quality Manager | Advanced Interconnections Corp.
5 Energy Way, West Warwick, RI 02893 USA
cjohnson@advanced.com | 401.823.5200 x179

Eaton in Rumford, RI

2nd and 3rdShift Quality Auditors. 
Posted: 4/13/18

The Quality Auditor will work from prints, method sheets, inspection method sheets, sketches and or verbal instructions using standard equipment such as micrometers, verniers, dial gauges, size blocks, dial indicators, bench comparators, protractors, pin/plug gauge, thread gauges and calipers, as well as special purpose equipment such as surface finish indicators, spring checkers, surface plates, hardness measuring machines, optical comparators, optical flats, pressure test fixtures, multi axis measuring and concentricity/roundness measuring equipment.  Use personal computers to perform inspection task as required.


        Measure, layout, witness or setup and perform pressure testing, on a wide variety of products and related components.  Inspect or otherwise determine acceptability of components and/or assemblies in various stages of manufacture in relation to established specification limits in accordance with established techniques under the direction of the Group Leader or the Supervisor.  When no established techniques or methods are available, such as prototype, Auditor and supervisor will work together to establish the acceptable technique required.  Specialized training and testing may be required in order to be qualified in certain aspects of dimensional or non-destructive testing requirements.

        Set up and perform bench inspection, layout inspection, in-process inspection, receiving inspection and final inspection as needed.  Perform audit inspection or certified operator inspectors, as required.

        Program and operate CNC-CMMís such as the Zeiss brand, to perform receiving and or finish inspection on a variety of parts as directed.

        Select techniques to be used as applicable to the requirements specified or work to specific instruction in cases of critical requirements or difficult measurements.

        Prepare and maintain a wide variety of record and or files on the data regarding acceptance or rejection and of traceability of inspection results on accessory seals and/or components in accordance with established limits and procedures.  Assist customer representatives when required.  Perform the duties of a Quality Auditor on a plant wide basis.

        Report problems or unusual conditions to Group Leader or the Supervisor

        Maintain work area, equipment and tools in clean and orderly condition

        Observe prescribed safety precautions, company rules and regulations

Position Criteria:

        Requires the use of shop mathematics together with the use of complicated drawings, specifications, various types of adjustable measuring instruments

        Basic knowledge and understanding of how to use and operate the different varieties of tools and precision measuring instruments with a manufacturing environment.

        Read and interpret mechanical blueprints and understand geometric tolerance symbols

        Requires the use of judgment to plan, perform and make decision as to the sequence of inspection and selection of tools.

        Continuously lifting or moving light weight parts and materials

Basic Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution
  • Minimum one year manufacturing experience
  • Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship
  • No relocation benefit is being offered for this position.  Only candidates that currently reside within the immediate geographical area (50 miles) of the Rumford, RI facility will be considered.
  • All positions require use of information or access to hardware which is subject to the International Traffic in arms regulations. All applicants must be U.S. Persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. Person as a U.S.Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident, Political Asylee, or Refugee.

Preferred Qualifications

        Minimum 2-3 years manufacturing experience

        Read and interpret complicated drawings, specifications, charts, tables

        Experience with precision measurement instrumentation

Knowledgeable in GD&T


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