Nuclear Services Quality Technician (Inspection)–TEMP

Peterborough, Ontario
03 Oct 2016
21 Nov 2016
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
Nuclear Services Quality Technician (Inspection) - TEMPORARY 6 MONTHS

Essential Responsibilities

• Receiving Inspection of purchased items and materials
• Document deficiencies and participate in their resolution
• Inspect manufacturing items at production checkpoints
• Metrology Instrument calibration and database maintenance
• Final inspection of completed items
• Thorough and proper recording of inspection records
• Read, understand and implement Quality procedures and instructions
• Follow policies and procedures
• Ensure high quality output
• Display questioning attitude, raise quality concerns
Technical and Professional Knowledge:
• Perform daily measurements and provide technical feedback on component/part conformance to design
• Make sketches and rough layouts, record and analyze data, make calculations and estimates, report findings
Safety Awareness:
• Identify safety issues and problems
• Take appropriate corrective action
• Monitor the corrective action
Contributing to Team Success
• Contribute positively to goals and objectives
• Involve and take input from others
• Keep others informed of actions/ideas
• Display positive attitude
Applied Learning:
• Participate in learning/training activities and opportunities
• Learn and follow manufacturing documentation, procedures and instructions (QCI, MEI etc.)
Managing work
• Focus on priorities set by business/supervisor/manager
• Properly prepare and schedule time allotted for task(s)
• Leverage resources, cooperate with other work groups
• Meet demanding productivity goals
• Perform repetitive work without losing effectiveness
Decision Making:
• Identify issues, problems and opportunities
• Gather and interpret information, generate alternatives
• Choose appropriate action
• Commit to action


• College Diploma as a Mechanical Engineering Technologist or Technician and/or relevant trade certification with Metrology experience (minimum 5 years' experience)
• NDT Certification & Experience: Liquid Penetrant Inspection, Magnetic Particle Inspection
• Demonstrated ability to interpret GD&T and drawing requirements
• Intermediate Computer Skills and Experience including Microsoft Office Suite, CAD/CAM
• Excellent communication skills
• Demonstrated Team player
• Must pass medical exams to qualify as a Nuclear Energy Worker (NEW).
• Must be able to travel to customer sites.

Desired Characteristics

• Nuclear industry experience
• Welding and weld inspection experience
• Experience with CMM programming & operation including PCDMIS software
• Product/Process/Equipment qualification experience
• Electrical Assembly (cable harness, PCB, PLC) production or inspection experience