#Job No. CC1010.
Quality Engineer (Continuous Improvements)
Competitive Salary + Holiday + Pension
Quality Engineer (Continuous Improvements) required for leading manufacturer of specialist construction products. Over the last 25 years this company has gone from strength to strength gaining market share. Fantastic training opportunities and long term career development are available.
The successful candidate will have experience of managing quality standards and have demonstrable experience implementing lean and continuous improvements within a manufacturing/engineering environment. Those with an understanding of root cause analysis and feel confident working with cross functional departments.
The role itself will focus on managing quality standards and driving continuous improvement projects. From a Quality Engineering perspective you will be responsible for dealing with any customer complaints, queries and needs. You will also work with cross functional teams on the shop floor. You will be responsible for keeping up to date on all new legislation and implement new changes throughout the company, ensuring ISO standards are maintained across site.
The company are expanding rapidly and so there is a real focus on continuous improvement. You will play a big part in ensuring that production is as efficient as possible. The company currently work with Lean, Visual factory, PDCA and 6’s methodologies and you will have demonstrable experience improving equipment’s efficiency.
This is an excellent opportunity to work for a well-established manufacturing company offering excellent training opportunities and long term career opportunities.
* Maintaining Quality standards, and implement Continuous Improvement standards
* Monday to Friday 40 hours a week
* Working with lean, 6 sigma and PDCA processes
* Investigating customer queries and complaints and resolving these from the shop floor up
* Experience of working as a Quality / Continuous improvements engineer
* Solid understanding of ISO standards
* Demonstrable experienced implementing lean methodologies