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PC DMIS CMM Programmer / Quality Engineer
Join us as a PC DMIS CMM Programmer / Quality Engineer and be part of the creative, forward-thinking, and dedicated team. Resolvit provides tailored solutions and talented teams for the world’s most renowned companies, offering ample opportunities to grow and advance professionally across all major industries.
As the PC DMIS CMM Programmer / Quality Engineer, you will establish procedures for calibration and inspection systems and standards to maintain a high level of quality and to ensure dimensionally acceptable product. You will determine and enforce proper dimensional inspection criteria in accordance with customer requirements and company needs. You will be responsible for calibration systems, inspection and equipment setup procedures, and equipment programming. You will be responsible for working with teams to assist with fixture design reviews and inspection methods for new and current products. You will also have the responsibility to act as a liaison with customers on matters relating to dimensionally critical features and inspection methods as needed.
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Resolvit provides the support and team-oriented culture you need to grow in your consulting career. In addition to the standard package of healthcare, disability, paid time off, and 401k matching, some other exciting benefits include:
Resolvit, LLC, is an international IT and business solutions partner to world-class companies and government agencies in the US, Latin America, and Asia. Our company combines expertise and comprehensive capabilities across the telecommunications, technology services, retail, education, manufacturing & distribution, financial services, and health care/life science industries. Resolvit delivers strategic insight and actionable solutions to streamline operations, reduce costs, and generate revenue. That’s how we Reimagine Realities.