Req ID 11312BR Position Title Gauge Technician (Guelph Plants) No. of Positions 1 Geographic Location Guelph, Ontario, Canada Facility Eston Mfg. Department Quality Assurance Job Description Gauge Technician
? High School diploma or equivalent.
? Metrology, SPC, Q.C. courses.
? Must have Gauge Metrology certificate.
? Trained on GAGE Calibration software.
? Two to four years of experience.
? Ability to interpret scale drawings at various points throughout machining processes. Review statistical data in graph format to identify trends in machining cycles
? Ability to assess severity of deviations of machined parts from specifications to determine whether they will pass inspection. Consider whether non-conforming measurements are critical or whether corrections can be made in subsequent machining steps
? Possess good communication skills to discuss work plans and coordinate tasks with other technicians to complete large orders. Discuss scheduling and workloads to ensure jobs meet timelines recorded on work orders. Clarify work instructions with supervisors or other staff when scale drawings or work orders are unclear or incomplete
? Ability to work independently and with others. Work independently to interpret, plan, calibrate or repair gauges. Work with other technicians to carry out new or complex tasks or to solve problems
? Ability to operate Zeiss CMM Contrua for calibrating masters in house. Use databases to access documents. Use computer-assisted design, manufacturing and machining software
? Continuously keep up-to-date with new technologies, products and trends within the machining industry. Learn from daily work activities and from discussions with co-workers and supervisors. Participate in training available in the workplace and offered by suppliers and community colleges
? 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 required. 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. Write PO for inspection equipment,
? Drawing interpretations, including GDT.
? Update inspection documentation due to engineering changes. This includes Gauge Instructions.
? Maintain effective communication with managers, supervisors, engineering and production employees.
? Assist in the training of employees in the proper use of gauges and inspection equipment.
? Coordinate Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA) including Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (GR&R) studies.
? Review quality control data in order to examine trends in machine performance. Knowledge of Statistical Analysis as it relates to gauging systems and inspection equipment (Repeatability & Reproducibility [GR&R]: Variable & Attribute, Stability, Bias, and Linearity). Knowledge and experience with Measurement Systems Analysis (MSA - AIAG)
Linamar is committed to promoting accessible recruitment as outlined in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Linamar will attempt to accommodate persons with a disability in an appropriate and effective manner throughout all stages of the recruitment process. Accommodations will be provided upon request. Current Shift Rotating Employment Type Full Time Hourly Percentage of Travel Required 1-10% Removal Date 18-Aug-2019