Bolton, Greater Manchester
Up to £15.50 per hour
8 months ago
Responsible for all elements necessary to achieve and maintain the quality of deliverable hardware. Certification of product in line with processes and procedures. Examining for correct assembly including verifying all forms of electrical connections. Examining the finish of all parts to detect faulty finishing or painting, deterioration of surfaces etc. Inspect for physical damage. Intermediate inspection checks for non-Product Certification activities. Monitoring of operators within the Product Certification Scheme. Check, complete and certify all paperwork associated with the manufacturing data pack. Control of non-conforming items. Raise and maintain relevant data records/non-conformance reports. Produce relevant inspection/quality control documentation/history sheets. Care for and use specialised inspection tools. Maintain product certification and approval via regular audits. Ensure compliance with all associated procedures applicable to the manufacturing process. Ensure inspection times are met. Possess a versatile skill base with the capability to apply these skills across a range of tasks. Maintain to the highest level, workmanship standards and product quality. Maintain a safe working environment. Maintain a good housekeeping policy. Willing to contribute to an environment of process improvement.
Additional Job Details: Formal technical engineering/craft apprenticeship to NVQ Level 3
Must be eligible to obtain full security clearance.