• Source Inspection

    Job Locations MX-SON-Parque Industrial San Ramón Nogales
    Req No.
    Project Specialist
    Frequency (Hours per Week)
    Duration (Days)
  • Overview

    *** Source Inspector ***



    Currently seeking a Source Inspector in Parque Industrial San Ramón, Nogales, Sonora MX for 8 hours per week for 1 year.

    Job Details:

    The quality inspector shall travel to various supplier facilities to perform visual and dimensional inspections on manufactured parts, assemblies, and / or sub-assemblies.  Parts will be inspected to engineering drawings, customer purchase order(s), industry standards, and specifications.  The inspector will be required to report inspection accept / reject information directly to the customer via web application.


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • The inspections will be performed to engineering requirements specified per ANSI Y14.5 – Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance (GD&T) or equivalent standard.  


    Sensors & Controls - high performance electro-mechanical actuation, precision position sensors, fluid controls and motion control subsystems, as well as complex structural components




    • Candidate must have practical experience performing in-process and final inspections on machined parts, assemblies, and / or sub-assemblies.
    • Must have the ability to read / interpret engineering drawings and Purchase Orders (POs).
    • The candidate must have experience using various mechanical inspection tools, such as micrometers and calipers. 
    • Experience performing First Article Inspections (FAIs) in accordance to the AS9102 standard is highly desired. 
    • Ideal candidate will have a minimum of five years experience performing inspections in aerospace or military / defense manufacturing with proficiency using Microsoft Word and Excel. 
    • Comfortable working as an independent contractor (1099).

    Relocation is not available



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