Lockheed Martin Inspector - MRB B in Stratford, Connecticut

Description: Perform various duties at a Materials Review Broad crib to review and make recommendations as to the salvagebility of a variety of company and vendor manufactured items placed on review for variations from engineering specifications and to coordinate the review of rejected items, and make recommendations as to a final disposition.

Typical Responsibilities

Follow standard inspection procedures and accepted standards of quality control to inspect, analyze and review rejected parts, materials and assemblies to determine feasibility of salvage.

Work from drawings and specifications to ascertain the correctness of rejection reports involving machined, sheet metal and plastic parts and all types of assemblies and materials.

Expedite disposition of items by shop priority.

Evaluate and consult with MRB members, follow precedent and manual of standards to determine feasibility of salvage.

Prepare reports on scrap and recurring discrepancies for MRB files and disposition.

Contact inspection personnel to clarify description or to obtain additional information regarding discrepancies.

Make evaluations of items basing recommendations on experience with similar parts, fits and clearance with mating parts, or established MRB precedents for specific non-conformance on various parts.

Check dimensions as necessary using shop mathematics, precision measuring instruments, standard fixed gages and specialized inspection equipment.

As directed, expedite the processing and handling of non-conforming material in accordance with shop priority.

Utilize various computer systems to log in, track and monitor reports and MRB parts dispositions.

Pull parts for engineering review.

Insure proper documentation and handling of scrap material and coordinate with Engineering as to what scrap materials and items my be used for Engineering Test Pieces.

Refer intricate problems requiring more complete knowledge of function or relationship of dimensions, details and parts to higher-grade inspector or supervisor.

Perform other related duties as required.

Contribute to the overall effectiveness of equipment by performing operator required upkeep.

Refer unusual conditions to higher grade inspector or supervisor.

Follow all rules and regulations pertaining to environmental health and safety.

As required segregate waste material and follow good housekeeping practices


Requires shop trade knowledge and ability to work from drawings and use shop mathematics to make trigonometric and geometric computations. Must have knowledge of machining and processing methods, inspection standards and procedures and established methods of repair. Use a variety of precision measuring instruments and standard fixed gages. Requires 4 years of high school plus 2 –3 years aircraft fabrication training

*Experience / Qualifications

3 to 4 years..

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