Precision Optical Technician III

Employer
Quality Vision International Inc
Location
Rochester, New York
Posted
Feb 09, 2024
Closes
Feb 16, 2024
Ref
2713737673
Discipline
Other
Position Type
Technician
Specialty
Electrification
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate
Description:

Description

The Optical technician will perform precision assembly of optical, opto-mechanical, and opto-electro-mechanical assemblies as required. Ensuring all assemblies are defect-free, meet all required performance specifications, and are of the highest possible quality.

Who We Are:

Founded in 1945, Quality Vision International (QVI) has grown to become a world leader in optical, mechanical, electronic, and software technologies for vision and multi-sensor measuring systems.

Our QVI brands: OGP (Optical Gaging Products), CCP (Certified Comparator Products), VIEW (VIEW Micro-Metrology), Kotem and Itaca, are each leaders in their respective markets. QVS (Quality Vision Services) is our corporation's service organization, dedicated to providing the support necessary to help companies thrive.

At QVI, we are best known for our video and multi-sensor measuring machines including the popular SmartScope , SprintMVP and VIEW Benchmark family of systems. Introduced in 1991, SmartScope was the world's first benchtop video measuring machine. Since that time, thousands of SmartScope systems have been delivered - from compact benchtop machines to large format models.

Responsibilities

Taking direction from Manager/Supervisor, following dispatch, and coaching fellow coworkers to build products to meet demand.

Assembly of optical, opto-mechanical, and opto-electro-mechanical assemblies as required by work instructions.

Perform testing of assemblies and record performance data.

Account for components and materials provided for assembly jobs, keep jobs organized, and report labor.

Account for tools and supplies provided for use at designated work center(s), report back with problems, missing or broken tools, or shortage of supplies.

Maintain a high level of cleanliness in the work center and parts produced.

Report quality issues when noticed to ensure product quality.

Support 5s and Lean as required.

Requirements:

Cleaning and handling of Optics, coated optics and components

Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.

Basic math (addition/subtraction/division/multiplication/fractions/decimals/percentages) Units of Measure (English and Metric) and conversions between

Reading and writing in English at a high-school graduate level

Basic hand tools: wrenches, spanner wrenches, torque wrenches, screwdrivers.

Basic metrology instruments: calipers, micrometers, scales, dial indicators, gage blocks

Commitment to care and use of sensitive, delicate, tools and instruments

Use of analytical skills for identifying problem areas and creative ways for resolution.

Organization and neatness of assigned assembly work area

Basic computer literacy and ability to navigate through the use of browsers

Ability to work standing up for up to 8 hours per workday with physical strength to lift up to 35 lbs without assistance.

Educational Requirements: (Degrees, Certifications)

A certificate in a technology specialty such as machine tools, electronics, Optics or a High school diploma or equivalent plus 2 years of experience in optical inspection or assembly.

Level II

Associate's degree in a technology specialty such as machine tools, electronics, Optics, or High school diploma or equivalent plus 5 years experience in optical inspection or assembly.

Level III

Associate's degree in a technology specialty such as machine tools, electronics, Optics, or High school diploma or equivalent plus 10 years experience in optical inspection or assembly.

What We Offer:

Paid Time Off:

10 paid holidays annually
Over 3 weeks of total PTO (vacation/sick/personal) each year, with an increase in PTO benefits after 5 and 10 years

Paid Benefits:

Robust health benefit offerings with medical premiums as low as $3.28 per week (single employee) or $10.02 per week (family)! QVI pays over 97% of the premium on our most affordable plans for our employees. Employees pay 2.5%!
Employer Paid Short-Term and Long-Term Disability benefits Life insurance benefits paid by QVI
Annual Retirement Profit Share of 5% of gross wages!
Tuition reimbursement of up to $7,000 annually
Annual scholarships for dependents of employees
Referral bonuses of $1,250 when employees help us spread the word and hire great talent!
Annual discretionary bonuses for employees not on a commission plan

Extras:

EAP and Wellness Benefits
On-site electric vehicle charging stations - free for employee use!
Verizon discounts & Identity Theft Protection Insurance