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Virginia Space is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

Quality Inspector

VCSFA is pleased to announce we are seeking a Quality Inspector with experience as outlined below:

General Responsibilities and Requirements

Core duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

· Interprets engineering drawings, schematic diagrams, or formulas and confers with management or engineering staff to determine quality and reliability standards.

· Selects and tests products for variety of qualities such as dimensions, performance, and mechanical, electrical, or chemical characteristics.

· Records test data and from existing standards.

· Recommends modifications of existing quality or production standards to achieve optimum quality within limits of equipment capability.

· Prepares graphs or charts of data or enters data into computer for documentation and analysis.

· Inspects the installation, modification and connection of all types of electrical/electronic, electromechanical, mechanical, pneumatic, cryogenic, and high-pressure systems; including instrumentation, station/test equipment, hardware units and corresponding connections.

· Identifies issues and works with the Safety team to implement appropriate safety regulations, technical standards and instructions related to: high pressure, cryogenics, pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical systems, as well as electromechanical, mechanical and lifting environments.

· Performs inspections of various systems and environments for conformance and compliance, verifies and signs off on completed tasks, and identifies non-conformances when necessary.

· Utilizes and applies Quality Standards (visual inspection and photography) to assure Flight vehicle interfaces and Ground Support systems, hardware and equipment material integrity.

· Verifies process inspections, non-conformance reporting, dimensional measurement checks, and corrosion identification.

· Evaluate equipment and processes to ensure quality and compliance with engineering requirements.

· Takes required photographs in accordance with written procedures, policies and documents.

· Possess adequate knowledge of chemicals used on site, including Safety Data (SDS).

· Inspects areas and associated major components and sub-components, before, during and after testing and pre/post launch operations for compliance with company and customer requirements.

· Must possess knowledge of the following industrial site management:

o Corrosion Control; identification.

o Torque Wrench use; Conversions, Standards and Technical.

o Electrical Meter usage; Multi-meter, Voltmeter and Ohms-meter/Grounding requirements.

o Flex-hose Requirements; types, ratings commodities, integrity and restraints.

o Cryogenics, handling and safe operating techniques. Spill and emergency procedures. Use of personal protective equipment, including respiratory protective devices.

o High Pressure, release effects of potential energy, proper restraint, configuration basics and applications.

o Chemical, communicate safe work practice and identifications. Hazardous Communication (HAZCOM). Safety Data Sheets (SDS).

o Ensure specific processes, procedures and certifications are present for support of hazardous operations.

· Must possess the following specific to launch site management:

o Emergency Egress Procedures; Marshalling Area/Badge Board.

o Contents/Purpose/Use/Disposal of Fuel Spill Kits;

o Corrosion Control; identification.

o Electrical Meter usage; Multi-meter, Voltmeter and Ohms-meter/Grounding requirements.

o Cryogenics, handling and safe operating techniques. Spill and emergency procedures