TAIT Towers

Sr. Quality Inspector

Job Locations US-PA-Lititz
# of Openings
011014 Operation- Administration


The Sr. Quality Inspector is part of a team responsible for ensuring products meet their required standards and are manufactured to drawing specifications.  The Quality Inspector will report to the Quality Manager.


  • Inspects and tests welded joints of work in progress and of completed units for visible defects, correct dimensions, joint strength, bead formation, weld penetration, and conformance with layout, blueprint, and work order specifications, applying knowledge of welding principles and metallurgical properties and records inspection data
  • Observes techniques and performance of welders in shop
  • Responsible for raw material, WIP and finished product inspections and traceability
  • Measures parts with the use of gages and metrology tools
  • Ensure gages are timely calibrated and appropriate calibration records are kept
  • Ability to interpret blueprints and specifications
  • Document and summarize inspection results by recording in databases and reports
  • Quarantines non-conforming material and works with engineering and procurement to disposition
  • Assist in training co-workers, both fulltime and temporary resources, on inspection processes


  • 5+ years of practical inspection experience
  • Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) certification
  • Proficient in the use of various computer programs ( i.e. Microsoft Office, CAD, Epicor)
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to integrate with teams
  • Knowledge and understanding of fabrication processes (i.e. assembly, welding, material handling)
  • Ability to troubleshoot using basic problem-solving techniques
  • Experience in a lean manufacturing environment
  • Ability to maintain a clean and organized work space
  • Comfortable working in a shop floor environment
  • Ability to work outside of regular work schedule as needed


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