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Production Inspector – 1st Shift

Job Description

  • Location: Nashua, New Hampshire
  • Type: Contract To Hire
  • Job #66409

Production Inspector – 1st Shift

A global provider of integrated electronic manufacturing services is looking for a Production Inspector in Nashua, NH. This is a temp to hire position! 

Shift of the Production Inspector: 
M-Th 6am-4pm

Pay Rate of the Production Inspector: 

Responsibilities of the Production Inspector:

  • Perform all the essential functions and competencies listed above
  • Utilize optical equipment to determine the acceptability of components and solder
  • Operate the Nicolet X-ray machine and other sophisticated inspection equipment and interpret the results
  • Utilize a majority of the inspection tools available on the production floor
  • Mentor coworkers in the inspection area and equipment
  • Perform job responsibilities with little to no supervision

Qualifications of the Production Inspector:

  • High School Diploma or GED;
  • 2+ years of advanced electronics inspection (i.e. AOI)
  • IPC Cleanroom 610 Class 2 preferred
  • Computer skills (will be entering data while doing inspections)
  • Ability to work with and train diverse groups
  • Ability to read, write and perform basic math

Production Inspectors apply today! 

DAVIS Companies partners with the top employers locally and nationally. They choose us because of our reputation for finding high quality talent, fast, but also our experience for evaluating and representing the best candidates in the marketplace.  We make every effort to provide updates and feedback to candidates at each stage of the process as we appreciate how stressful looking for a new role can be.  Apply today and experience “The DAVIS Difference”. 

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