Job Title: Quality Control Technician (Inchinnan)
Location: Inchinnan, Renfrewshire
Country: United Kingdom
Job type: Full Time
Are you ready for an exciting opportunity to join our Quality Control team at our HQ?
Who are we:
Well, we are a global market leader in the design, manufacturing and servicing of instrument gas generators for analytical laboratories, some pretty fancy stuff. Established in an old leaking shed in Linwood back in 1997, we’ve now grown to an international footprint of 500 staff across 26 countries. So, we upgraded our corporate Headquarters, and high-tech manufacturing and R&D facilities to Inchinnan, along with our colourful wallpaper. With over a decade of sustained high growth, we’re proud to say we’re one of Scotland’s fastest-growing manufacturing businesses. Over the last five years, the company has enjoyed rather impressive annual growth between 25 and 30%, overall and 60% growth across the service division, selling 90% of our gas generator products overseas to over 126 countries. It’s exciting, to say the least!
What will your role consist of:
You’ll report to our Quality Manager and your main focus will be:
Maintain the Quality Control procedure throughout the company’s manufacturing process.
Support the manufacture of our product to achieve the optimum quality of manufacture and product service.
Collate and report data relating to material supplies, product build and test performance.
Carry out audits, both internal and external to the supply chain.
Develop process and internal quality levels.
Maintain calibration certificates for all test and measurement equipment and maintain validation of operation.
Create, monitor and drive Non-Conformance with manufacturing and suppliers and re-work of parts where applicable, in line with company procedures.
Maintain the company MRP system in terms of in-house damaged goods and the physical rejection process.
Maintain accurate and legible quality records of product build, test and concessions.
Maintain information relating to hazardous materials and practices.
Who are you:
You will have previous experience of working in a similar role within manufacturing, preferably from a mechanical and /or electrical background. You’ll enjoy being in the hustle and bustle of Peak working in a fun, dynamic, positive environment. You will also bring:
Excellent communication skills
Self-motivated & keen team player
Willingness to embrace new challenges within a growing company.
Flexibility and commitment to getting the job done
Attention to detail
IT skills including MS Excel
Ability to input, retrieve and analyse data
Minimum of 1 year’s relevant QC experience, or equivalent
Full product and test training will be provided
We care about our people and live by our culture and values.
If you can see yourself being a part of our global business, please do APPLY!