About Re:Build Manufacturing

Re:Build Manufacturing is a family of industrial businesses combining innovative enabling technologies, operational superiority, and strategic M&A to build America's next generation industrial company. Re:Build leverages a deep expertise in operations management and technology to supercharge performance of its subsidiaries by implementing core technologies across industrial platforms in diversified growth markets.

Our goal is to help revitalize the U.S. manufacturing base over the coming decades, creating substantial opportunities for our employees and the communities where we operate.

If you like a fast-paced environment where you can stretch and be challenged with a diverse set of projects, we offer a great deal of variety and empower our staff to take on as much responsibility as they can handle, offering a helping hand and experienced-based coaching and the support of a highly competent team. We enable our employees to achieve their fullest potential, and through our association with Re:Build, provide avenues for personal and professional growth.

Position Description:

This position is located within our Re:Build CDi facility in Avon, Ohio. In response to growth in our product offering and a strategic expansion of our capabilities, our Quality Team is growing and seeking to fill the position of a Quality Inspector.

Re:Build’s Compensation Philosophy

  • Competitive Base Pay
  • All Re:Build Employee are eligible for performance-based bonus
  • Also receive Re:Build incentive stock awards, annual
  • Comprehensive Benefits Plan - no wait period

Critical Attributes

  • Analytical Approach: Need problem solvers with an analytical thought process and attention to detail.
  • Motivated: Hard working, self-motivated and creative.
  • Flexible/Adaptable. Can multitask effectively and able to adjust to changing customer priorities in a high-pace work environment. Willing to work overtime when workloads fluctuate.
  • Metrics Driven: Continuously strives for improvement in performance. Can support process improvement and cost reduction projects.

Principal Responsibilities and Standards

  • Carry out quality planning functions, assuring that product, and data will be in sync with applicable specifications and customer expectations.
  • Evaluate, develop, and complete inspection reports and assist in the development of remedial action plans to insure conformance to specifications and standards.
  • Interact with various personnel to investigate causes of non-conformances, minimize cost of quality, and strive for continuous improvement.
  • Develop and assist others in creating procedures and working instructions.
  • Contribute to overall cost reduction/avoidance through participation in the internal corrective and preventive action system

Qualifications

  • High School Education, GED or the equivalent is required
  • 6 months experience quality control experience minimum
  • Training in AS9100 and or ISO9001 Quality Management System
  • Competent user of Quality Measurement tooling including CSM and SPC variance control
  • Fluent with Microsoft Office products
  • Advanced mathematical and digital literacy
  • Sheet metal and/or aerospace industry experience a plus
  • Ability to communicate fluently in English

Work Environment

Combination of office and manufacturing environment. While design and drawings are done in an office environment, employees are expected to engage in activities on the shop floor. As such, employees are occasionally exposed to heat, dust, and dirt. Noise exposure at times is above 85 decibels.

Physical Job Requirements

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand and walk for extended periods of time, to reach with hands and arms. You also may be required to bend, twist, turn, and frequently lift and/or move items up to 40 lbs.

Re:Build CDI is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, marital status, parental status, cultural background, organizational level, work styles, tenure and life experiences. Or for any other reason.

Re:Build is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in our job application procedures. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at accommodations.ta@ReBuildmanufacturing.com or you may call us at 617.909.6275.

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