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Quality Engineer

Job description

Quality Engineer
£35-38K DOE 8.30am to 5pm Weekdays.
Near M5 location, Cullompton area.
About the Company:
Our client is a prominent European manufacturer, known for pioneering advancements in a niche engineering field. With a track record of involvement in notable projects for example in aerospace, they innovative solutions tailored to their clients needs. Investing in their employees, supporting career progression and self improvement.
What is the purpose of the Quality Engineer?
As the Quality Engineer, you will support the Company in all aspects of quality activities while striving for continuous improvement, operational performance, and customer satisfaction. This role supports the QMS in meeting the requirements of ISO9001 and customer specific requirements.
What will you do as the Quality Engineer?
As the Quality Engineer you will encompass aiding in investigations and executing necessary measures concerning both external and internal matters. Engaging in enhancement initiatives via thorough data analysis, observation, and audit processes. Conducting both internal and external audits, overseeing findings until resolution. 
What skills and qualifications will you need as the Quality Engineer?
  • Degree, equivalent qualification or experience in a relevant field.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office
  • Ability to problem solve and utilise core Quality tools.
  • Ability to statistically analyse data for trends and patterns.
  • Experience or qualifications in lean tools, such as Six Sigma & FMEA
  • Experience or qualification in internal auditing is desirable
  • Previous experience working in a manufacturing environment is useful
  • Ability to use statistical software, such as SPC XL would be helpful
What you get in return:
Salary £35-38K DOE
Company pension plan
Company profit share bonus 
Opportunity for further training and development - training budget available
Life assurance, enhanced maternity leave and a variety of other benefits.
Opportunity to work for a privately owned debt free company.