Inspector Test/Evaluation B-56108 Job Highlights
|Title||Inspector Test/Evaluation B-56108|
|Location||Seattle, WA, United States|
Boeing is the world’s largest aerospace company and leading provider of commercial airplanes, defense, space, and security systems, and global services.
The company is searching for an Inspector Test/Evaluation B who will observe and verify functional tests of developmental test parts/assemblies, flight control test systems, and fatigue tests of aircraft assemblies.
- Applicants should have a High School Graduate or GED (preferred)
- Possess 3+ years of experience as a Quality Inspector
- Conduct at various sites per engineering documents, workbooks, drawings, and test documents, as required.
- Handle, use, and dispose of hazardous materials in an approved manner.
- Identify and document non-conformance items, as required.
- Indicate QA acceptance on the appropriate paperwork or online and process as required per the quality procedures.
- Inspect and verify all systems are ready for tests.
- Inspect electrical bundles ensuring part numbers are at proper locations and are completed per drawings and BAC specifications, as required.
- Inspect tooling and test fixtures necessary to perform tests.
- Inspect, verify, or witness material, parts, tooling, and test structures for proper design, configuration, installation, and certifications for test functions.
- Inspect/verify or witness models, supplier products, tools, and test apparatus to ensure design, configuration, and instrumentation were installed and certified correctly per engineering documents, drawings, and test documents, as required.
- Interface with other organizations to provide clarification or additional information.
- Maintain personal and tool certifications, as required.
- Obtain appropriate drawings, specification documents, or sketches, using computing systems to retrieve information, as required if drawings, sketches, or documents are not with work order.
- Operate a 3-D measurement system to establish positions for installation of hardware on test stands, tooling, and developmental/production assemblies, as required.
- Operate precision measuring instruments, touch and non-touch to inspect/verify close tolerance developmental, model, flight test, and production parts, per engineer workbook, drawings, sketches, and BAC specifications, as required.
- Perform Federal Aviation and Administration (FAA) conformity inspections.
- Perform in-process inspections as required. Document the required information.
- Perform in-process, dimensional, fatigue, and load test inspections on wind tunnel models, sheet metal, machined parts, details, assemblies, and full-scale airplanes for conformance with applicable drawings, specifications, documents, quality standards, and procedures.
- Perform visual/dimensional weld inspection, as required.
- Prepare the package for FAA acceptance and accept when complete.
- Process non-conforming parts/assemblies per Material Review Board disposition on non-conformance records consistent with the Quality Operating procedures.
- Process parts for lab, if required by plan and engineering.
- Receive/obtain developmental/test, production parts, and assemblies with appropriate work authorization per required procedures.
- Record results and process non-conformance items, per Quality Assurance (QA) procedures.
- Route parts/assemblies with appropriate information to the Material Review Segregation Areas [MRSA] and to other areas as required.
- Testing is required at remote sites.
- Verify material being issued to the job for developmental/test use (e.g., quantity, temper, thickness) is per work order, vendor documents, drawing, and BAC specifications, as required.
- Verify the part number and serial number, and that the quantity matches the work authorization.
- Witness or verify operational/functional tests of systems and components, per engineering requirements and test procedures, as required.
- Work with others as part of a team including giving and receiving feedback, assisting others in the completion of tasks, provide on-the-job training to others.
- Sealing experience (preferred)
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to walk constantly throughout the workday; stand 6-8 hours per day; climb or work from stairs/steps up to 8 hours per day; climb ladders; bend and twist frequently up to six hours per day; squat and kneel
- Ability to complete Fall Protection Training
- The position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22 C.F.R. § 120.15 is required. “US Person” includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, or asylee.
- The company provides an opportunity to enroll in a variety of benefit programs, generally including health insurance, flexible spending accounts, health savings accounts, retirement savings plans, life and disability insurance programs, and a number of programs that provide for both paid and unpaid time away from work.
Boeing is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All the decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, genetic factors, military/veteran status, or other characteristics protected by law.
To apply for this job please visit jobs.boeing.com.