Williams Grand Prix Engineering Ltd

Quality Inspector

1 week ago
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Williams Advanced Engineering are currently recruiting for a Quality Inspector to join our team on a permanent basis.

Reporting to the Head of Quality & Manufacturing Engineering, this is a key role where the successful individual will carry out Central & Goods Inwards Inspection activities, product and process audits, and to function as an efficient member of the quality team. This includes supporting ongoing continuous improvement activities throughout the business and assisting within production and manufacturing when required.


Duties will be wide ranging and varied and will include: carrying out inspecion of first-off items and supplied goods using a combination of manual gauging, CMM and surface testing equipment; completing PPAP/FAI reports; carrying out in-process inspection audits and providing constructive feedback to workshop and assembly staff; monitoring the use and condition of in-process and central inspection gauging; ensuring that gauging is returned for calibration in-line with the calibration schedule; utilising Lean and Six Sigma as the basis for driving on-going process improvements; liaising with the Senior and Head of Quality and Manufacturing Engineering during process development to ensure that inspection requirements/methods are captured at the earliest possible stage of process definition; undertaking operator/supervisor/technician training on inspection processes and equipment where necessary; supporting off site (UK and overseas) visits and manufacturing activities, as required.

The successful candidate will have extensive knowledge of metrology processes and CAD systems, with the ability to read and understanding engineering drawings (including geometric tolerance). They will also have knowledge and experience of CMM systems (PC-DMIS), as well as strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills.

Closing date for applications is Friday 19th January at 12 noon.



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