We are looking for a Quality Engineers to monitor and improve the quality of our operational processes and outputs. The Quality Engineer's responsibilities include reviewing quality standards, inspecting materials, equipment, processes, and products, developing quality control systems, and determining corrective actions. You will also work with managers and supervisors to implement quality measures.
St Philips, Bristol (Near Temple Meads)
The successful candidate will have excellent troubleshooting skills and be able to ensure that processes and products consistently meet established quality standards.
You will have a degree in quality, industrial, or mechanical engineering and a Quality affiliated certification would be an advantage.
With at least 2 years in a quality engineering, quality assurance or similar role, you will have experience of coding and using QA software tools and processes. You will have excellent project management skills, as well as strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
You are a good communicator, both verbally and in writing, and you have experience of building relationships at all levels across the business.
You will have good MS Office skills, including the ability to analyse and present data using excel.
In return we offer a competitive salary and a performance-related bonus based on personal objectives that pays up to 10% of your salary annually, study support and the chance to progress in a rapidly growing company.
We have recently introduced a new flexible working policy; it currently allows employees to work from home one day a week (if their work can be done from home) and also to work longer hours during the week and finish early on a Friday. This is a new initiative that we will review and extend if our employees value it and it works well.
Other benefits include a salary sacrifice pension scheme where the company matches your contribution up to 5%, a non-contributory healthcare cash plan including access to an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), life insurance paying 4x your salary, access to a virtual GP, 25 days holiday and a cycle to work scheme.
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