Job description


  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Oklahoma City


Inspects materials and products for conformance to specifications using fixed or preset measuring instruments. Ensures the quality of products by means of the current check system and random audits, in assembling, testing, painting and packing areas, before the delivery process.
Performs inspection procedures on materials, parts and assemblies working from drawings, sketches and specifications where general but no detailed inspection data are provided
Promotes only the parts which meet the technical documentation which the manufacturing relies on requests.
Applies established inspection procedures and use a wide range of tools and instruments.
Records faults that are detected.
Prepares non-conformance reports.
Performs other duties as may be assigned
Able to work from drawings, sketches and specifications
Interacts with mechanical engineering documents and mechanical engineers to resolve defects and quality issues. Review and organize quality documents prior to shipment of goods.

HS Diploma or GED require
Able to work from drawings and specifications.
Experience with inspection tools, especially calipers and micrometer.  
Knowledgeable and skilled in the use of standard mechanical measuring instruments and functional gauges.
Ability to work under direct supervision and follow written instructions and technique
Clear communication skills.

About the company

Cameron's products include a wide range of pressure control and rig systems for onshore and offshore drilling; land and platform production systems for conventional and unconventional applications; separation, processing, and treatment systems; subsea production and processing systems; measurement systems; and a wide variety of valves and actuators. In addition, Cameron's life-of-field services help our customers to manage assets and optimize recovery.

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