Quality Inspector

Time added: 03.05.2019

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Hours: Monday - Friday 40 hours per weeK

Salary: £20K - £25K per annum


  • 28 days annual leave (incl. Bank holidays)
  • Generous Pension
  • Free parking


  • Must have strong mechanical understanding and hold a qualification in engineering discipline
  • Must be able to speak and write English fluently
  • At least one years relevant experience
  • Must be able to read Engineering Drawings
  • Process driven;
  • Promote Continual Improvement throughout the business;
  • Maintain confidentiality at all times;
  • Ownership of tasks from start to finish;
  • Must have strong attention to detail;
  • Ability to manage workload;
  • Be able to use their initiative to keep all processes moving.

Job Purpose

  • To inspect and pressure test new Bladders reporting any issues found to a Quality Engineer, Trainer or Cell Production Manager;
  • To inspect Machined, Fabricated, Electrical and Composite parts purchased or manufactured in house reporting any issues found to a Quality Engineer;
  • To label parts once inspected while maintaining records in our ERP system and MS Excel logs;
  • To maintain the supply of Bond to all areas of Cell Production;
  • To support buddy checks within the Engineering Workshop, Moulding & Final Assembly departments as required;
  • To conduct destructive testing on Raw Material samples as required following detailed work instructions;
  • To work with the rest of the Quality team to deliver Continual Improvement across the department.

Main Duties

  • Work with the rest of the Quality department to ensure that all production areas Quality Control requirements are supported;
  • Work with the Stores team to support their needs, prioritising the processing of Goods In inspection in line with schedule requirements;
  • Using hand metrology equipment to Quality Control parts;
  • Produce inspection reports on items requiring First Article Inspection;
  • Maintain QMS critical logs including (but not limited to) those for FIA serial numbers and bond viscosity;
  • The inspection, marking & processing of Bladders through to Final Assembly from Cell Production;
  • The inspection, marking & processing of Bladders through to Despatch from Cell Production or Final Assembly;
  • Conducting pressure tests on Bladders and Fabricated parts;
  • Raise Internal and Supplier rejects;
  • Escalating issues found to the correct party in a timely manner.

Applicant must be eligible to work in the UK.

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