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quality assurance inspector

  • Measure completed workpieces to verify conformance to specifications, using micrometers, gauges, calipers, templates, or rulers.
  • Write test or inspection reports describing results, recommendations. 
  • Train new IQA or other personnel on quality assurance techniques.
  • writing management and technical reports and customers’ charters
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quality assurance inspector

  • determining training needs
  • acting as a catalyst for change and improvement in performance and quality
  • directing objectives to maximise profitability
  • recording, analysing and distributing statistical information
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quality assurance inspector

  • Interpret legal requirements, provide safety information, or recommend compliance procedures.
  • Mitigate issues concerning standards and customer satisfaction.
  • supervising technical or laboratory staff.
  • Confer with supervisory personnel, contractors, or engineers  to discuss and resolve matters, such as failed inspections, damaged or improper installation of piping, equipment, and material. 
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quality assurance inspector

  • Inspected parts to make sure that they meet the standards specified by the client
  • Assigned for making google VR glasses box in a limited period
  • Maintained product quality standards that meet product specification
  • Inspect the quality of the finished product, reporting defects, created a database of all raw materials and as a team leader motivate the group to meet the daily goals
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quality assurance inspector

  • Everyday assembly line checking of equipment used by the operators 
  • Knowledge on some standards/procedure on how to repair equipment used by the operators  
  • Experience of performing electro-mechanical assembly
  • Ability to perform repetitive motion including bending, twisting and various hand and arm movements
  • Knowledge of basic cable and harness manufacturing techniques including cable and wire stripping, contact and terminal crimping and connector assembly
  • Ability to use hand tools, limited power tools, soldering irons and other basic machining equipment
  • Familiarity with basic soldering techniques