- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary £29,000.00 - £29,547.00 gross per year
Quality Welding Technician Salary: £14.57 p/hour + Pension + Life Cover + Health Cash Plan
Candidates must have a flexible attitude and is keen and enthusiastic, a team player who is an excellent communicator.
Must be able to work as part of a small team but equally capable to work individually.
Technical Engineering background preferred must have knowledge of Bills of Materials.
Hours of work:
38 hours basic per week; Monday to Thursday 7.30am to 4pm with ½ hour lunch break, Fridays 7.30pm to 1.30pm
Holidays: 25 days per calendar year + statutory bank holidays
To create, proof read and control the MRB's within the QC Department
to ensure timely and accurate completion of all Quality Assurance and
Create Manufacturing Record Books which can include; material certs;
weld data sheets; NDT reports; hardness test; pressure tests for various
components and fabrications
Proof read MRB's eliminating the potential errors found at Customers
Create and proof read Hardness, Stamping and Pressure Testing
information to the shop floor by interrogating Customer Purchase
Orders, Bills of Materials and Engineering Drawings.
Identify and manage priority issues whilst demonstrating the ability to
work under pressure
Create reports with information pertaining to forward load and
Provide accurate information to production meetings that you may
Issuing and co-ordination of third party notice of inspection (NOI).
Ensure that safe working practices are adhered to at all times.
Job Title: Quality Technician
Reports to: Quality Control Manager
Reporting to Job Holder:
Key Result Areas:
Ensuring documentation directly and indirectly affecting Quality
Assurance is completed and issued on a timely basis and in accordance
with the Quality Management System (QMS) of the Company and the
contract requirements of the client and any invoked inspection or audit
Ensuring work is complete Right First Time and utilising
Continuous Improvement with previous issues.
Assist in looking for ways that the company quality documentation
system and procedures could be developed to further ensure that
documentation is always continuously compiled and dispatched to
Monitoring of the QMS procedures and instructions which affect the
daily running of the QA/QC Departments and offer improvement
- quality control