Inspector II

Job Description:
: Makes progressive and final inspection of electromechanical and mechanical hardware and any associated electronics that may be part of the item under inspection.
This can be a 2nd or 3rd shift position Required Skills: 2 year experience The applicant must have good communication skills, both oral and written Must be capable of communicating quality and engineering criteria/issues to all levels of factory employees Must be able to read and perform inspections using the assembly instructions and engineering drawings.
This will require a basic understanding of reading and interpreting engineering drawings Must be able to perform configuration verification on all levels of assemblies Must be proficient in the use of all configuration tools such as PDM Must know how to verify that all operations have been completely performed and accepted, including acceptance testing Must be able to verify all entries in VM have been correctly completed and closed on all levels Must be proficient in the understanding of torque and assembly methods/processes Ability to obtain a DoD Secret clearance US Citizen Desired Skills: Have experience in the performance of First Article Inspections Have experience using calibrated inspection measurement tools such as micrometers, calipers, etc.
Competent in the use of Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint and Word) Good understanding of how to perform root cause analysis Required Education (including Major): High School diploma This position requires a U.
person or the ability to obtain an Export Authorization from the appropriate government agency for non-U.
persons U.
Citizenship status is required as this position will need a U.
Security Clearance within 1 year of start date.
127515BR 127515 Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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