3rd Shift Quality Inspector


Manufacturing and Production

Advert ID




Job Type




Salary Range

USD19 - USD19.50 per hour

No. of Openings


Branch Information

Los Angeles, CA - Metro - (USA) 15821 Ventura Blvd Suite 148 CA Encino , CA 91436 Phone : 818-784-8276



Job Description

Are you experienced in Quality Inspection? Are you passionate about working in a fast- paced environment? Do you desire a position which will allow you to work full time and receive a full 40 hours a week and potentially some Overtime? If you answered YES to these questions Manpower would like to speak to you about our Quality Inspector position in Gardena, Ca.

What's in it for you?

* Monday - Friday

* Full Time Hours

* 1st Shift 11pm-6am

* $19-19.50/Per Hour (Weekly Pay)

* True Temp to Hire opportunity

* College Tuition Program

What you'll be doing:

* Establishing quality standards for products a company produces

* Reading blueprints and specifications to ensure that operations meet production standards

* Inspecting and testing the materials and equipment produced by a company

* Using gadgets such as micrometer screw gauges to measure products

* Removing products that don't meet production standards and recommending strategies to improve product quality

* Accepting or rejecting finished products and discussing inspection results with the production team

* Performing inspections at random to assess product quality

* Reports any product damage to warehouse lead or supervisor and maintains a NO DAMAGE PRODUCT tolerance

Who were looking for:

* 2 years of Quality Inspection required

* Able to read and write in English

* Someone with great attendance and perfect punctuality.

* Detail-oriented and organized with an ability to work independently

* Able to lift to 50 pounds

* Someone with a "Yes, can do!" Attitude.

* Able to undergo a Background Check

We will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance