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What will I be doing?
The role will be working as part of a team within the Quality Control department. You will be responsible for carrying out comprehensive testing of all products and sub-assemblies and adhering to formal Quality Control testing procedures in order to validate against approved customer, market and business requirements.
Key Responsibilities include;
Final Product Inspection:
Testing products in strict accordance with controlled instructions and associated product documentation such as flow and wiring schematics and assembly drawings.
Making sure all products tested fully meet all aspects of the Company’s agreed quality and performance standards and comply with ISO9001 quality and ISO14001 environmental policies.
Ensuring all respective product documentation used is “controlled” and to the correct revision number.
Accurately complete the quality control section of the production job card to indicate the outcome of the quality control inspection.
Record all observed faults on fault survey forms
Prepare rework job cards for any assembly related faults that require return to the shop-floor for repair.
Prepare non-conforming reports to progress any observed component related faults or failures, ensuring both the problem and required action(s) are clearly detailed.
Communication and Teamwork:
Work collectively with other Quality Control staff and management to achieve targets.
Report any quality issues relating to components, workmanship or machinery immediately to the Quality Control management team.
Collaborate with the Engineering team when required to support the introduction of new products and assemblies within the Quality Control department.
Calibration, Maintenance and Validation:
Take ownership of all calibrated equipment used for testing and validation purposes ensuring all items are in-date and in good working order throughout all activities
Calibrate on site measuring and monitoring equipment in line with our clients Quality Assurance schedule.
Direct involvement in the ongoing maintenance of test equipment used by the Quality Control department such as tanks, pressure regulators and flow meters.
Do I have what it takes?
Minimum of 2 years experience in a manufacturing environment.
Basic understanding of fluid dynamics e.g. pressures and flows and of water purification technologies.
Understanding of electronic/electrical fundamentals including fault finding.
Good verbal and written comprehension and use of English language.
Practical, hands on approach to tasks.
Flexible and innovative approach to problem solving.
Disciplined and organised approach to tasks with the ability to prioritise.
Excellent attention to detail and thoroughness
Ability to operate well under quality/time productivity and utilisation performance management.
Ability to work in a cohesive motivated team.
Working appreciation and awareness of ISO9001 Quality Management standard.
Strong IT skills in all MS Office packages, particularly Excel. Experience of Google suite would be an advantage
NVQ or higher in Engineering or a Technical field.
Recognised Electrical safety/awareness course.
Minimum 1 year’s experience working in a Quality Control environment.
Basic understanding of Engineering concepts & principles.
Exposure to laboratory water purification equipment.
What's in it for me?
A training and development plan will be designed for you as we want you to grow and develop; this may include external training as required for the role.
25 days holiday plus 8 public holidays*
And also.....Private Medical Insurance, Group Income Protection, Dental Insurance, Childcare Vouchers, Cycle to work scheme, Travel Insurance, Health Screening, Health Cash Plan, Shopping discounts and much more.*
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