Position: Quality AuditorLocation: Swindon, WiltshireSalary: Negotiable + Benefits The Company:Torin Sifan designs and manufactures highly efficient AC and EC Motors, motorised impellers and fans for the residential and commercial HVAC manufacturing markets worldwide. They sell over 1 million products each year and operate from 2 production sites in the UK.Due to their continued growth, they now have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Quality Auditor to join the organisation. The Quality Auditor Role:As a member of the quality department, the Quality Auditor will have personal responsibility for ensuring that raw materials, components, subcontract services, manufacturing processes and finished products conform to specification.Key Responsibilities of the Quality Auditor:
Support production in the manufacturing of products to ensure that they meet specification and customer requirements (including management and responsibility of the NCP process)Inspection of selected purchased raw materials, components and subcontract services using mechanical and CMM measurement techniquesUndertake and become proficient in the random inspection of sub-assemblies and finished goods produced via the company’s manufacturing processesDevelop selected organisations within the supply chain to assure their processes and output for new materials, components and services to be right first timeEstablish yourself as an active contributor to the New Product Implementation and Engineering Change processes - ensuring that product specifications and build instructions for future products and processes are clearly defined and understood by all stakeholders engaged in the manufacturing supply chain
Skills & Experience Required:
Experience of quality assurance/control within a manufacturing environmentExperience of managing improvement activities with UK based and international suppliersOrganised and confident with excellent communication skillsPersonally motivated by a desire to operate in a logical and organised mannerExperience with electrical/electronic productsProficient in the use of Microsoft Office
In return, the Quality Auditor can expect;
Negotiable salary (Dependent on Experience)Pension PlanCommitment to personal developmentGood working environment with career progression
What’s Next?If you are interested in this Quality Auditor position, simply submit your CV, and confirm your minimum salary expectation via the button shown. Keywords: Quality Auditor, QA, Quality, Audit, Inspection, Production, Manufacturing, Electronics, Electrical, CMM, Engineering, Supply Chain, Logistics, Procurement, Swindon, Wiltshire This vacancy is being advertised by Net-Recruit.
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An award winning consultancy specialising in the provision of technical services to the London residential building sector now seeks to add an experienced M&E Project Manager with Mechanical Bias. As Project Manager, you will be working on site, being responsible for ensuring that projects are completed on time & to budget. Projects are generally separate to usual day-to-day activities within the business and will require a group of colleagues to work together in order to achieve specific objectives. The Project Manager will oversee the project to ensure the desired results are achieved and the most efficient resources are utilised. Duties of the Project Manager will include, but not be limited to:· Agreeing project objectives· Providing advice on the management of projects· Organising the various professional people working on the project· Carrying out risk assessments and method statements· Making sure that all the aims of the project and programmes are met· Making sure the quality standards are achieved· Using IT systems and site sign in system to keep track of people and progress· Recruiting specialists and sub-contractors· Monitoring sub-contractors to ensure guidelines are maintained· Overseeing the accounting, costing and billing· Attending progress and programme meetings· Liaising with the client as required· Develop and issue programmes as required using Microsoft Project· Identify and capture variations to the main contract· Ensure colleagues undertake their roles efficiently· Issue Technical Submittals in co-operation with the Technical Team· Manage visiting or site based Quantity Surveyor· Prepare and present monthly reviews with Directors· Procure on site labour as required· Liaise with the Buying Department on ordering materials To be considered for the role of Project Manager, you are required to hold at least a HNC in a Building Services related subject, along CSCS Black Managers Card and an SMSTS Health & Safety Certification as a minimum. You will have good mechanical installation knowledge and experience on new build residential high rise projects, including Energy Centres. Ideally you will have a minimum of 7 years’ experience within a project management role, working on projects exceeding £5million in value. Key Skills required for the Project Manager· Knowledge of AutoCAD· IT skills including Word, Excel & Project· Organisational and analytical skills· Communication, interpersonal and team working skills· Commercial awareness· Management and leadership skills with the ability to motivate peopleThis is a contract role for initially 8 months, however could lead to permanent for the right person.Paid at £300 per day Please apply with full up to date CV and contact details. Liability and DisclaimerThe information contained in our advert including any salary or on target earnings information is given in good faith and Clark James Ltd uses all reasonable efforts to ensure that it is accurate. However, Clark James Ltd gives no representation or warranty in respect of such information and all such representations and warranties, whether express or implied, are excluded. No liability is accepted by Clark James Ltd for any loss or damage which may arise out of any person relying on or using any information within this advert. Please noteAll applications received will be dealt with in the strictest confidenceDue to the volume of applications received we will be in touch if your application has been successful within 7 working days. If you have not received any communication within this time, please assume you have been unsuccessful on this occasion, but the information may be retained in connection with future opportunities.
Quality TechnicianOxford£22,000 Our client saves lives! They specialise in manufacturing and supplying Gas detection equipment across the globe. Due to continued growth and expansion, our client is now requiring a Quality Technician to join their dynamic team. Main objectives of role: * Ensuring the quality of product received meets the needs of the business both in terms of physical product and documentation * Responsible for keeping all gauges and test machines used for monitoring quality calibrated and properly maintained * Ensure that products and processes comply with the relevant requirements of the Quality Management System Principle Accountabilities. * Supply of data/metrics to be used in communication with all staff, including management, on 'out of box' performance, repeat issues, corrective and preventive actions etc * Professional handling of both internal and customer quality issues in accordance with company procedures * First line investigation of vendor quality issues, including completion of reports as required * Working closely with colleagues in supply chain to ensure all appropriate quality procedures and escalation processes are applied to enable speedy resolution of issues * Maintain work area, including tools, equipment and storage protocols in line with 5S Person Profile: * Able to work efficiently and effectively, using initiative to make reasoned decisions, as well as an excellent team player * An organised and methodical approach to work * Able to juggle competing priorities to achieve tight deadlines * Excellent attention to detail * A positive change management attitude * Excellent communication and interpersonal skills * Able to produce clear and succinct written reports about product quality issues * Confident to communicate professionally with suppliers via email and phone
A leading engineering business who specialises in high precision components for hydraulic and braking systems for the high-profile contracts within the automotive industries is seeking a Quality Technician based in Lancashire to join its expanding team. As the Quality Technician, your duties will be to:
Ensure quality of precision manufactured components by measurement using state of the art gauging systems.Ensure all measurement data is populated into the SPC systems.Monitor and ensure all manufacturing processes are running as expected.Take parts from a number of production lines in order to perform measurements of components and update and check SPC software / systems.Report any issues to the relevant Managers.Stop processes as required to ensure product quality.
To be a successful Quality Technician you will have the following skills and experience:
Must hold an Engineering Qualification i.e. HNC/HND/Degree or be a Time Served professional within an engineering environment.Previous experience within the Automotive Industry would be beneficial.Have the ability to understand imperial and metric measurements, including gauge utilisation.Must have the ability to interpret drawings.Good understanding of computer technology (IT literate).Previous experience within auditing would be preferred.Basic knowledge of measurement equipment and machining process is required.Ideally, have experience/knowledge of SPC rules and methodologies.Must be an excellent communicator and a good team player.
The Technician will be working double day shifts (6-2 / 2-10). In return, the Technician will receive a salary of £18822 - £19833 per annum (including shift allowance). After 6 months, candidates will be given the opportunity to progress further within the company, therefore successful applicants must be eager to learn and develop.The first stage of the application process is to apply online.