Quality Control Specialist Salary in Arizona - State Average

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Average Salary for Quality Control Specialist in Arizona - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Quality Control Specialist in Arizona - State Average is $52,999.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Quality Control Specialist in Arizona - State Average is $25.48.

The average bonus of a(n) Quality Control Specialist in Arizona - State Average is $1,002.00.

Job Description:

Inspects and tests assembled motor vehicle, components, and parts as vehicle and subassemblies proceed through stages of assembly process, performing any combination of following tasks, to assure that assembly work and materials meet establishment and regulatory standards, using conventional and electronic test equipment and machines: pries welded surfaces of vehicle body apart to observe welded seams and compare characteristics of spot welds with standards. Conducts nondestructive ultrasonic tests on unpainted vehicle body to assure that production welding standards have been met. Inspects vehicle subassemblies and parts received from suppliers to detect substandard materials prior to distribution to assembly line. Inspects painted vehicle to detect defects in painted surfaces. Measures gaps between vehicle doors, deck lid, hood, and body, and flushness of parts to vehicle body. Measures force required to close vehicle doors and deck lids, operate door-opening buttons, and turn key in doors and deck lid locks. Verifies predetermined torque settings on bolts and nuts used to assemble parts, subassemblies and vehicle body. Verifies and calibrates setting of pneumatic powered and hand torque wrenches. Inspects trim parts and components of vehicle body, such as molding, instrument control panel, wire harnesses, and seat belts. Inspects and tests chassis parts and components, such as engine and transmission and suspension, brake, and exhaust systems. Functionally tests electrical and mechanical systems of completed motor vehicle. Drives completed vehicle on test track to determ. Less

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