Inspector de Calidad

  • Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Full Time
  • Mid Level

MacroFab es el primer mercado digital y plataforma de fabricación inteligente centrada en el mercado de 500.000 millones de dólares en fabricación de productos electrónicos por contrato. Nuestra tecnología y servicios permiten a los clientes llevar rápidamente nuevos productos al mercado y consumir manufactura como un recurso virtualizado al ofrecer cotizaciones de precios instantáneas, servicios de creación rápida de prototipos y producción a escala a través de una red de fábricas en América del Norte. Nuestros socios obtienen una fuente de trabajos de fabricación con bajos costos generales, lo que les permite suscribir completamente su capacidad de fábrica y eliminar el tiempo de inactividad.

Únase a un equipo en rápido crecimiento en el que puede hacerse cargo de su función y desarrollar su carrera en MacroFab.

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Descripción del Puesto

Como inspector de calidad, será participe de los procesos de inspección de producto terminado de acuerdo con los parámetros establecidos para dar cumplimiento a los estándares de calidad.

 

Responsabilidades Clave

  • Aplicar el conocimiento de los principios de ensamble electrónico y la interpretación de los estándares de control de calidad para determinar si pasa o no pasa la pieza o el ensamblaje inspeccionado.
  • Realizar auditorías posteriores al empaque e inspecciones en proceso de cumplimiento directo.
  • Actuar como punto de control final para los productos terminados antes de enviarlos al cliente o al usuario final.
  • Capacitar a otros empleados en procesos y procedimientos de control de calidad.
  • Determinar la causa y el efecto de los defectos y remite los hallazgos a Ingeniería de Calidad.
  • Colaborar con los miembros del equipo, los líderes y los supervisores para contribuir a los objetivos de producción y calidad de todo el departamento
  • 5´s en áreas de trabajo.
  • Reportar defectos, errores y variaciones y analiza datos
  • Mantener registros.

El candidato ideal

  • Conocimiento de procesos de manufactura y cadena de suministro
  • Adaptabilidad a ritmo de trabajo de empresas en crecimiento
  • Excelentes habilidades de trabajo en equipo
  • Será capaz de desarrollar procesos de su posición

Educación y experiencia

  • Bachillerato terminado o trunco.
  • 1 o más años de experiencia en compañías de giro de manufactura electrónica
  • Paquetería office básico
  • Conocimiento en IPC 610
  • Excelente comunicación verbal y escrita
  • Conocimiento de herramientas y equipos de inspección.
  • Comprobar experiencia previa en una posición similar.
  • Experiencia en el uso de dispositivos de medición de herramientas de inspección (micrómetros, medidores, básculas, calibradores, etc.) para verificar las especificaciones.
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