GE Nuclear Services Quality Technician (Inspection) in Peterborough, Ontario

Job Number



GE Power

Business Segment

Power Nuclear

Posted Position Title

Nuclear Services Quality Technician (Inspection)

Career Level




Function Segment

Manufacturing Quality

Location(s) Where Opening Is Available Canada

U.S. State, China or Canada Provinces




Postal Code

K9J 7B5

Relocation Assistance


Role Summary/Purpose

Nuclear Services Quality Technician (Inspection)

Essential Responsibilities

• Receiving Inspection of purchased items and materials

• Document deficiencies and participate in their resolution

• Inspect manufacturing items at production checkpoints

• Metrology Instrument calibration and database maintenance

• Final inspection of completed items

• Thorough and proper recording of inspection records

• Read, understand and implement Quality procedures and instructions


• Follow policies and procedures

• Ensure high quality output

• Display questioning attitude, raise quality concerns

Technical and Professional Knowledge:

• Perform daily measurements and provide technical feedback on component/part conformance to design

• Make sketches and rough layouts, record and analyze data, make calculations and estimates, report findings

Safety Awareness:

• Identify safety issues and problems

• Take appropriate corrective action

• Monitor the corrective action

Contributing to Team Success

• Contribute positively to goals and objectives

• Involve and take input from others

• Keep others informed of actions/ideas

• Display positive attitude

Applied Learning:

• Participate in learning/training activities and opportunities

• Learn and follow manufacturing documentation, procedures and instructions (QCI, MEI etc.)

Managing work

• Focus on priorities set by business/supervisor/manager

• Properly prepare and schedule time allotted for task(s)

• Leverage resources, cooperate with other work groups


• Meet demanding productivity goals

• Perform repetitive work without losing effectiveness

Decision Making:

• Identify issues, problems and opportunities

• Gather and interpret information, generate alternatives

• Choose appropriate action

• Commit to action


• College Diploma as a Mechanical Engineering Technologist or Technician and/or relevant trade certification with Metrology experience (minimum 5 years' experience)

• NDT Certification & Experience: Liquid Penetrant Inspection, Magnetic Particle Inspection

• Demonstrated ability to interpret GD&T and drawing requirements

• Intermediate Computer Skills and Experience including Microsoft Office Suite, CAD/CAM

• Excellent communication skills

• Demonstrated Team player

• Must pass medical exams to qualify as a Nuclear Energy Worker (NEW).

• Must be able to travel to customer sites.

Desired Characteristics

• Nuclear industry experience

• Welding and weld inspection experience

• Experience with CMM programming & operation including PCDMIS software

• Product/Process/Equipment qualification experience

• Electrical Assembly (cable harness, PCB, PLC) production or inspection experience