Quality Inspector - Bloomfield, CT


Conducts routine inspection of Materials and machined components as required and determines conformance to specification. 


  • Follows company policies and procedures with regard to the Quality System as they apply.
  • Assists the Quality Engineers and Quality Manager in conducting timely first piece, in-process and final inspections to determine conformance to specifications, Quality Plans or other customer requirements as directed.
  • Uses blueprints, Quality Plans, sampling and inspection procedures for both automotive and non-automotive products as required. Participates in special product and process studies as directed by the Quality Manager, Quality Engineers and Group Leader.
  • Utilizes standard industry inspection equipment to conduct product and process inspections as required. Typical equipment would include Micrometers, Comparators, Calipers and other various hand held gauges.
  • Must accurately prepare various inspection reports as required to document inspection results and identify all non-conformances. Results must be reported on a timely basis.
  • Prepares internal non-conformance reports and segregates all identified nonconforming product in accordance to company procedures.


  • Carries out other general responsibilities as required by Quality Manager, site management and group leader.
  • Participates in customer visits and audits as required. May also participate in product design reviews and resolution of customer complaints as required.
  • May assist in product and process studies as required.


  • Capable of using standard inspection equipment contained within the department. In addition, use of automated inspection devices, CMM’s, Vision Systems and special gauges including customer supplied gauges. Ability to program CMM’s, Vision Systems and other automated inspection devices desired.
  • Understands the basics of blueprint interpretation, GD&T, and can provide assistance to others inside and outside the department in understanding proper inspection technique.
  • Understands the basics of statistical process control and can monitor processes that utilize this technique.
  • Conducts full first article inspections on complex multi-print components and subassemblies.


  • Associates degree preferred, minimum GED or High school Diploma with 2-3 years inspection experience or the equivalent experience as an inspector in a metal stamping, injection molding or related industry.
  • Certified Mechanical Inspector (desired).
  • Actively continuing training through, courses and seminars as required (desired).

For all positions at the Bloomfield Connecticut facility contact:
email: Resumes@DeringerNey.com
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Deringer-Ney Inc.
Human Resources
353 Woodland Ave
Bloomfleld, CT 06002
Fax: 860-286-6113

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353 Woodland Ave, Bloomfield, CT 06002
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