Rework Inspector

Spirent
 Calabasas, CA

Req Number: 5925

Rework Inspector

Full-time

Global Services

Non-Exempt

United States

Not Applicable

Calabasas, CA

Spirent is looking to hire a Rework Inspector who will be responsible for performing dimensional and electrical inspections of raw materials, assemblies, and final assemblies. Must be able to read ECO's, manufacturing assembly drawings, diagrams, wire cards, and lists in approving or rejecting in-process or final assemblies. Working closely with the production, repair, and engineering team for any rework request. The contract Rework Inspector will ensure that procedures, assembly instructions, and drawings are up to date per release changes in the system and to improve quality and inspection processes.

About Spirent Communications

Spirent is the leading global provider of automated test and assurance solutions for communications networks, cybersecurity, and positioning.

We provide innovative products, services, and managed solutions that address the test, assurance, and automation challenges of a new generation of technologies, including 5G, cloud, autonomous vehicles, and beyond. From testing in the lab to testing in the real world, Spirent helps companies deliver on their promise to their customers of a new generation of connected devices and technologies.

Why Spirent?... Because together we can shape tomorrow!

Spirent is its people. When you join the Spirent team, you will join forces and work alongside some of the industry's most passionate subject matter experts. In an environment of innovation, you will find a place where you can grow, think, explore, create, and make change happen.

At Spirent, we believe that diversity and inclusion are essential to thriving in the ever-changing world of global technology. We embrace a culture where difference is valued and openness, mutual respect, collaboration, and fairness are considered fundamental. Spirent does not tolerate discrimination or offensive behavior of any kind. We are committed to creating workplaces that genuinely reflect the diversity of the world we serve and an environment where everyone feels empowered to bring their full, authentic self to work.

Your success is vital to our success, which is why we will support you to perform, grow, and contribute -- with the confidence to be yourself. And to support your personal wellbeing, we hope you will love our dedication to creating the right work and life balance experience!

Join Spirent and together let's shape tomorrow!

  • Perform incoming and in-process inspections on raw materials and assemblies.
  • Provide final verification and quality checks on outgoing completed assemblies, configured sales order and any parts request from vendors.
  • Review rejected material and work with manufacturing engineering on the appropriate disposition.
  • Contact internal suppliers and purchasing department for any parts request.
  • Report any encountered quality issues to the Production Manager.
  • Work to continually improve quality levels in both suppliers and in-house processes.
  • Maintain inspection log reports and quality records.
  • Perform accessory kit assemblies such as cable kits, manuals, and other materials needed in production.
  • Maintain document supplies and monitor current release revisions based on system changes.
  • Work with manufacturing engineers to ensure that procedures and drawings are accurate and up to date.
  • Work with manufacturing engineers and technicians to improve quality and inspection process.
  • Maintain a safe work environment.
  • Additional job responsibilities as needed.

  • High school diploma and a minimum of two years or 2-4 years of related experience.
  • Ability to read schematics, and rework assembly instructions and drawings.
  • Basic knowledge of electro-mechanical and printed circuit board assemblies.
  • Basic knowledge of Windows-based programs (Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.). Knowledge of JDE Enterprise One and Agile software are a plus.
  • Must be able to handle moving/lifting heavy products up to 50 lbs.
  • Soldering skills and basic knowledge of BGA rework machines.
  • Availability to work overtime if needed.
  • Solid verbal, written, and interpersonal communication
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