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Quality Assurance Technician job in Peabody

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Harmonic Drive jobs
Country:  United States
State:  Massachusetts (MA)
City:  Peabody
Job Category:  QA - Quality Control

You will love working here. Harmonic Drive LLC is currently growing. We strive to hire only the best and brightest. Having the best talent means rewarding our employees with the best benefit plans. We offer 100% paid medical, dental, short-term, and long-term disability, as well as a well-funded 401k plan.



The Quality Assurance Technician is responsible for monitoring the overall process to assure that product exiting the process is correct. Monitoring includes mechanical and visual inspection of precision parts for dimensional and visual compliance to established procedures.



Responsible for inspection of incoming product to established drawings and standards.
Responsible for In-Process Inspection of product to drawings and standards.
Responsible for providing inspection support to all departments in the organization.
Document Non-Conforming Material per established procedures.
Perform other responsibilities as required


Perform receiving, in-process, and final inspection.
Machine shop process knowledge; turning, milling.
Experience with CMM (programming skills preferred, such as Mitutoyo MCOSMOS)
Knowledge of the gear manufacturing processes of shaping, hobbing and shot peening and cleaning helpful.
Knowledge of crimping and soldering termination inspection is helpful.
Programming CMM from 3D solid models is helpful
Knowledge of ERP systems
Working knowledge of GD&T (read and interpret)
Mechanical Inspection of precision part
Must be able to multi-task without losing track of details
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Strong computer skills (including Microsoft Office)


5-7 years as a QA Technician.
High School or equivalent diploma
Visual inspection experience


Able to perform job independently, with limited supervision
Knowledge of equipment assembly, installation, repair, etc.
Knowledge of theory and instruments used in Shop and Trade Practices
Knowledge of technical practices (theoretical and precise)
Ability to interpret instructions, specifications, and use and maintain tools and equipment
Integrity in performance and work ethic


Manual dexterity sufficient to operate machinery for precision work
Visual acuity (corrected) to read directions and prints and to inspect machined parts closely to ensure that they meet specifications
Frequently required to sit, stand, move about the shop floor, talk, hear, bend and reach with hands and arms
Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
Ability to squat or kneel occasionally

Position Type:  Full Time
Travel:  5% of the time
Salary:  Depends on Interview
Employer:  Harmonic Drive
Job Title:  Marketing


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