|Job Ref:||204753316||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Basingstoke||Address:||Post Code:||RG21||Salary:||£30000 - £35000/annum||Post Date:||07/10/2016 04:23|
Exciting opportunity for Quality Engineer to join an established organisation supplying metal parts to numerous sectors.|
The Quality engineer supports the quality and management systems to ensure new and existing projects are effectively launched and managed to customer requirements.
Responsibilities of the Quality Engineer:
To ensure good working practices are always maintained, particularly with Health and Safety and Product Quality matters
To assist both the Sales department and Customers with technical queries
Checking and evaluating the quality standard of materials as requested and taking appropriate action as required
To liaise with the supplier customer as applicable, on all rejected materials and the raising of Rejection Notes Completing 8D
Carry out PPAP, FMEA and SPC's as required
Maintain contract manual and liaise with sales person responsible.
Customer visits as required for Quality issues
Follow the 5S program
Control customer and supplier claims ensuring you get to the root cause.
Experience/Qualifications of the Quality Engineer:
Good secondary education
Good analytical aptitude, numeric and accuracy skills
Interpersonal skills supportive of safety team orientation changed management and CIP.
Solid written and verbal communication skills
FMEA, A3 Problem Solving, PPAP,APQP experience
excellent computer skills with the ability to utilise and learn new applications
Demonstrated ability to organise plan and deploy on objectives in a self-directed environment.
Having worked in a similar manufacturing environment for a minimum of 3 years
If you are interested in our Quality Engineer role please click apply now
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