Quality Inspector
Rail
Maryborough Queensland, Australia
Quality Inspector

The Quality Inspector is responsible for the execution of the detailed, comprehensive, and timely inspection of rail vehicles in order to ensure all quality and project management performance criteria are met and or exceeded.

Responsibilities
  • Follows general inspection guidelines to conduct quality inspections to ensure the rolling stock aligns to client’s requirements
  • Works independently to perform complex and critical inspection processes.
  • Prepares inspection reports and records regarding quality measures, conformance status, and quantity of material processed.
  • Perform inspections according to Incoming Control Plan or engineering drawing/installation document.
  • Perform inspections to ensure product compliance (check after rework).
  • Accept or Reject component/products as defined in the inspection instruction/ checklist
  • Records inspection results in the digital tools as required
  • Accurately document non-conformity when applicable with clear characterization
  • Ensure the use of calibrated equipment and instrumentations used in the inspections.
  • Maintain all controlled document files and test records in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Maintain Quality documentation for components, assemblies and vehicles.
  • Assist in the writing and updating inspection procedures, control plan and checklists.
  • Inform supply chain and supplier quality on NCRs and impact of defects on part availability
  • Supports the SQ Serial and Incoming Inspection leader by providing inspection-related data for KPIs
  • Participates in daily meetings and fulfils daily priorities as set by the reporting manager.
Performance measurements
  • Complete inspections within allocated target lead time and ensure priority inspections are completed ontime
  • Ensure continuous improvement with a downward trend in quantity of NCRs detected after incoming inspection during the production cycle (non-functional issues only).
Key Requirements:

  • Must be able to read drawings (2D and 3D) / specifications and be able to understand 3D geometry
  • Familiar with a variety of measurement equipment.
  • Competency to use computer applications
  • Tertiary qualifications
  • Experience within manufacturing industry – train manufacturing would be a distinct advantage
  • Experience using Maximo/SAP or similar computer applications
  • Experience in Quality / audit are valued.
  • Analytical and detail-oriented
  • Rigor and process-oriented
  • Ease to communicate with business partners
  • Mechanically or electrically inclined, comfortable using measurement tools
  • Experience in operational activities, in documentation management & collaboration and team working.
If you feel you would be suitable for this position, please get in touch at: Megan.grace@2xmrecruit.com.au/  0423 544 554
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