You've probably seen posters in factories saying something like "Quality is King", and it's true. But, if quality is king then I'd say "Structure is Queen".
As a quality engineer from the automotive or aerospace manufacturing industries, you'll know a thing or two about structure. You'll know that for a company to grow, it needs the right structure in place for its quality systems.
This role is based in a company who are growing and need to improve their quality procedures. They're a well-established business who supply different machines into different industries in different countries all with different quality standards to comply with.
They now need someone like you to come in and formalise their systems. You'll need to work closely with the shop floor staff to understand how things are done then write and deploy Standard Operating Procedures across the business.
Drawing on your experience, you'll also need to research different quality standards and be able to turn them into SOPs for the operations team. You'll also need to educate and train staff in how to use the procedures correctly.
A Six Sigma qualification would be useful as a structured approach to problem solving and root-cause analysis will definitely be required.
So, if you're looking for some variety in your role and want to join a successful, innovative and growing business then please contact me on 01257 244740 to discuss.
This vacancy is being advertised by Kensington Consulting Ltd.
Kensington Consulting Ltd operates as a Recruitment / Employment Agency for the provision of permanent candidates and as a Recruitment / Employment Business for the provision of temporary candidates. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, and we confirm that we will gladly accept applications from persons of any age for this role.
|Job Title:||Quality Engineer|
|Salary:||£30k - 40k per year|
|Contact Name:||Richard Webster|
|Job Published:||March 05, 2019 11:28|
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