Quality Engineer (Electronics)
£29,000 to £35,000 DOE + 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays + Pension 4% Employee and 5% Employer + Death in Service Benefit 2x Annual Salary + Option to join Bupa after Probation
Monday to Thursday, 7.30am to 4.30pm. Friday Early Finish at 1.30pm.
Quality Engineer required for a successful and well established electronics manufacturer serving a wide ranging customer base. The company have a professional yet supportive and friendly working environment.
The Successful Quality Engineer will have experience of working within a manufacturing environment, those with experience in electronics will be at a significant advantage. You will have an understanding and experience of IPC-A 610 / IPC 7711/7712, BS EN 9100 & ISO 13485 requirements, and internal auditing (trained) to these standards. Experienced in the use of Root Cause Analysis techniques. Proven experience in lean manufacturing/CI, FMEA / Risk assessments, supply chain development, Kaizen and 5s programs in a customer focused, dynamic electronic controls manufacturing facility.
The Quality Engineer Role:
- Ensure product is manufactured to the required quality standards.
- Promote the company’s “right first time” policy eliminating failures whilst maximising efficiency of the manufacturing process and ensuring adherence to all aspects of the company’s accreditations and customer requirements.
- Effectively manage the Corrective and Preventive action process, co-ordinating CAR root causes and corrective actions for both in-house and customer returns (RMA) and complaints, with follow up checks to verify implementation.
- Provide monthly quality reports to the Management team.
- Identify and implement potential improvements, including cost reduction and yield or process improvements; lead/participate in continuous improvement team activity meetings.
- Be the Customer Liaison for product quality within the internal customer focus teams.
- Supervise skills matrix assessments and training.
- Liaise with engineering on the NPI process ensuring quality of build data / instructions and product configuration, provide quality feedback to the customer and inspection staging within the manufacturing process and defining quality plans.
- Act as deputy in absence of the Quality Manager.
The Successful Quality Engineer:
- Experience of working within a manufacturing environment, those with experience in electronics will be at a significant advantage.
- Understanding and experience of IPC-A 610 / IPC 7711/7712, BS EN 9100 & ISO 13485 requirements, and internal auditing (trained) to these standards.