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Gauge Technician

Brampton Full-Time Permanent Benefits Pension Plan

Our busy non-union automotive client designs and manufactures OE products throughout North America. You will be responsible for calibrating, testing, setting up, and repairing various controls, instruments, and gauges measuring all types of variables (these may include dimensional, NDT, mechanical properties, metallurgical, or weight). In addition, you may disassemble instruments and examine various components for problems and repair gauges or send for applicable repairs.
Performance Expectations
• Clean, repair, and set up gauges for shop floor (micrometers, vernier, dial indicators, digital indicators), etc.
• Calibrate company and employee gauges, inspection equipment
• Maintain computerized system of gauge inventory, calibration dates, calibration history and gauge location, gauge R and R dates and history
• Arrange for the calibration and repair of all gauging and inspection equipment not maintained internally
• Order gauges and equipment as needed and work with Quality Engineers to develop Gauge Plan on new programs
• Maintain inventory of archived/quarantined gauges no longer in current use
• Maintain and update a gauge calibration laboratory scope
• Maintain relations with gauge suppliers
• Drawing interpretations, including GDT
• Update inspection documentation due to engineering changes, including Gauge Instructions
• Assist in the training of employees of proper use of gauges and inspection equipment
• Coordinate Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) including Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) studies
• Review quality control data and statistical data in order to examine trends
• Ability to assess severity of deviations of machined parts from specifications to determine approved inspection

You have post secondary education, a Gauge Metrology Certificate, and 5 years related experience.

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