Responsible for auditing all processes within all manufacturing and administrative areas to ensure Optimax standards are being met. Auditor is also responsible for identifying and potentially solving problems found during audits and escalating them to the appropriate parties in a timely manner. This position is intended to prevent problems that lead to poor quality and inefficiencies.
• Reads and interprets blueprints, specification sheets, standards and customer data • Conducts quality audits to verify processes are being followed • Makes sure all data is present and within specification on the in-process inspection data sheets according to customer drawing • Identifies Discrepant Material Reporting (DMR) in accordance with procedure and process • Used as a resource for routing discrepant material reports (DMR) when discrepant material is identified in production • Aids opticians in identifying whether or not parts meet surface quality requirements • Verifies team members are using the proper equipment and correctly inspecting each part • Verifies team members are following standards applicable to their area
• Must be able to work an off-shift, B-Shift 3 pm to 11:30 pm • Ability to work well with production staff and key personnel to communicate audit results • Prioritize work load according to the schedule put in place and posted by the Team Lead or QA Manager • Independently use the following equipment; all gauging (micrometers, calipers, and drop gauges), microscopes, surface profilers, interferometers • Computer skills adequate to permit use of database for both Auditing and Inspection • Able to interpret both MIL and ISO standards for the surface quality inspection of optics • Ability to interpret data, have a well-developed communication and problem solving skills • Ability to perform within a team environment is required
(EEO) Optimax must comply with the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) issued by the United States Department of State, Department of Defense Trade Controls. Because of ITAR, the company must limit employment opportunities to the following eligible categories, (1) a citizen or national of the U.S., (2) a lawful permanent resident, (3) citizen admitted as a refugee, or (4) citizen who has been granted asylum. Optimax is committed to equal opportunity for all, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, or any other protected characteristic. Optimax will make reasonable accommodations for known physical or mental limitations of otherwise qualified employees and applicants with disabilities unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship on the operation of our business.
With more than 100 opticians, Optimax is America’s largest optics manufacturer. Optimax leverages its optics manufacturing technology for programs that benefit mankind. We have created innovative manufacturing methods and corporate culture that enable faster production of precision optics. Even with many years of experience providing production optics, Optimax remains dedicated to:
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Optimax manufactures prototype optical components for a wide variety of applications and has the capacity to support production requirements. Our strongest market segments for prototype optics are aerospace, display technologies and solar applications. Our strongest markets for OEM production optics are semiconductor, military and medical instruments.