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Quality Control Technician 

Manufacturing Sciences Corporation 

Oak Ridge, TN, USA

401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision


Why Work Here?

"Manufacturing Sciences Corporation is a well-established, small company looking for others who want to work in a team environment."

Manufacturing Sciences Corporation is a specialty metals processing company. We were founded in 1982 and started operations in Oak Ridge in 1985. We are the only commercial facility in the world capable of casting, rolling, and machine depleted uranium. We are currently seeking a Quality Control Technician to support our on-going growth and success. 

Essential Job Function/ Skills/ Responsibilities:

The QC Technician will be responsible for inspecting products manufactured or processed to ensure compliance with industry and regulatory standards. The tech will validate vendor performance to ensure acceptance of products and services and perform inspections to ensure established standards—especially those related to design control, procurement, inspection and testing. The individual will inspect materials, parts and products at various stages of fabrication.

  • Provides quality control (QC) oversight and support to ensure compliance with governing requirements and to help ensure high-quality products.

  • Maintains QC plans, procedures and checklists used during the inspection of fabrication activities.

  • Performs and documents inspections (e.g., dimensional inspections, in-process inspections, receipt inspections and release inspections) of fabricated and/or purchased components.

  • Performs and documents nondestructive examinations (NDE) on fabricated and/or purchased components.

  • Reviews inspection results and completes reports on inspection activities in accordance with applicable procedures.

  • Performs reviews of vendor-supplied documentation (e.g., welding procedure specifications, performance qualification records, NDE procedures, NDE reports, NDE personnel qualifications/certifications and inspection and test plans and procedures) for compliance with design, procurement and procedural documents.

  • Performs independent project surveillance as assigned.

  • Supports the resolution of nonconforming conditions.

  • Performs other duties as assigned



Successful Candidates will possess the following skillsets:

  1. Ability to use measuring devices: Calipers, gauges, bore mics and mic and electronic inspection equipment & software

  2. Basic Math Skills

  3. Strong Written and Verbal Communications Skills

  4. Attention to detail

  5. Intrapersonal Skills

  6. Ability to multi-task

Minimum Required Education and Experience:

  • High School diploma or GED

  • A minimum of 1year prior experience in inspection, testing and/or NDE of fabricated components.

  • Basic knowledge of  Microsoft Office products and their use (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint)

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills

  • Basic understanding of quality assurance and quality control regulations and standards

  • Ability to manage and/or monitor multiple projects and activities occurring simultaneously

Manufacturing Sciences Corporation is an equal opportunity company. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, disability, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.


About Manufacturing Sciences Corporation:

Manufacturing Sciences Corporation is a specialty metals processing company. We are a unique organization as we are the only commercial company in the world with the capability to cast. roll, and machine depleted uranium. We provide these services to government and private sector companies, supporting their production and development of new equipment and materials. MSC offers design, metal casting, specialty metal rolling, fabrication, welding, and precision machining capabilities.

Posted on: December 30, 2021

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