Job Locations US-CA-Corona
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview


    Under direction of the Quality Control Engineer, using standard processes and continuous improvements, the Quality Control Inspector tests components, identifies discrepancies in parts and products, and documents findings in a timely and efficient manner that meet the quality standards to ensure the delivery of world-class products to Anaco Customers


    1. Perform inspections of raw materials and work-in-process parts in all areas of manufacturing and at various stages of the production processes.
    2. Perform visual and dimensional inspection with tight tolerance of 1st articles and set up parts to conform to current standard requirements and engineer drawings.
    3. Perform random visual and dimensional inspection of molded products, components, and assemblies.
    4. Document and report accurate results and maintain records of all inspections performed.
    5. Identify and put on hold all non-conforming raw materials, parts, and products, segregate and document findings.
    6. Test the performance of clamp assemblies and couplings to determine compliance to company and regulatory requirements in terms of Pre-Torque, Band Load and Torque. Record and report results of tests performed.
    7. Report and maintain constant communication with the Quality Control Engineer on all quality-related issues in daily production.
    8. Communicate and work closely with the concerned team members (Lead, Machine Operator, or Mechanic), and make recommendations for corrective actions on any materials, parts, and products that do not meet quality requirements.
    9. Participate in trials resulting from modifications in machine parts (die) and settings, new raw materials, processes, and machines through standard inspection and testing.
    10. Work with grinders, ovens, cut out dies, and hand tools to perform Tensile, Tear, Elongation, and Compression Set tests on gaskets according to ASTM, CISPI 310, NSF, and CSA test methods and standards. Record, report, and maintain updated records of test results.
    11. Work with heavy pipe fixtures, weights, chains, and hand tools to perform various testing on couplings such as, but not limited to, Hydrostatic, Shear, and Deflection according to ASTM, CISPI 310, NSF, and CSA standards. Record, report, and maintain updated records of test results.
    12. Maintain test fixtures and tooling calibrated to required specifications.
    13. Assist with daily production operations when required.
    14. Maintain work area clean and organized.
    15. Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor and Lead.



    1. Promote and implement the environmental, health and safety prevention loss policy and ensure environmental, health and safety policy goals are met.
    2. Report any and all accidents/incidents to supervisor
    3. Required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as: Safety Glasses, Ear Plugs, and Steel Toe Shoes with metatarsal guard.
    4. Communicate all issues regarding equipment, raw materials, parts, and products, production, and PPE to Supervisor.


    Skills and Abilities:


    1. Must be flexible, self-motivated; a team player with ability to clearly communicate well with others.
    2. Must have a good command of the English language, both written and verbal.
    3. Must be proficient in the use of standard hand tools, measurement and test equipment such as, but not limited to, Calipers, Micrometers, and Torque Wrenches.
    4. Must be familiar with hand and power tools.
    5. Must be able to work with computers using basic MS Office applications such as Microsoft Word and Excel.
    6. Must be able to perform various mathematical calculations.
    7. Must be able to set up pipe test fixture and weights onto a moving crane.
    8. Must be able to work well under pressure and in a timely manner.
    9. Must be able to work independently and must have the ability to follow directions; present issues/concerns as necessary.



    Physical Requirements:


    1. Ability to stand for periods more than 8 hours.
    2. Repetitive grasping and gripping with hands.
    3. Regularly required to bend, lift, push and pull up to 60 pounds.
    4. Plant Environment.


    Environmental Conditions Critical to Performance:


    1. Plant Environment.
    2. Exposure to elements such as odor, noise, dust, heat, cold or chemicals.


    Education and Experience:


    1. Preferred high school education and 6 months – 2 years of related manufacturing experience in QC.



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