Project Quality Control Engineer

Vacancy ID: 1025723
Created Date: 11.01.2019
Job Title: Project Quality Control Engineer
Salary Negotiable
Temp or Perm: Contract Role
Region: Midlands
Sector: Nuclear
Consultant: Emma Lamb
Consultant Phone: 01942 323277

Job Description:

We are currently recruting for an experienced Project Quality Control Engineer, for work based at Whetstone in Leicester on a contract basis.


  • Minimum 5 years’ experience working within the Nuclear sector and familiar with our quality and manufacturing standards,
  • Completed an apprenticeship in manufacturing
  • Been involved in the manufacture, assembly and testing of turnkey specialised mechanical assemblies
  • Dealt with multiple sub-contractors and the coordination that this entails
  • Shall be conversant with quality planning and the use of manufacturing Quality Plans and Inspection Test Plans

Main Duties:

  • Monitoring progress of QCP’s / ITP’s and associated LTR’s (data dossiers)
  • Liaising with suppliers on work packages
  • Attending progress meetings; both external and internal
  • Attending supply chain kick off meetings to ensure all parties are aware of the requirements
  • Inspects parts, assemblies and subassemblies in line with engineering drawings, the quality management system and any special customer requirement
  • Responsible for ensuring all parts inspected are done so accurately and all measurements are recorded and retained in line with policy
  • Carry out inspection duties across areas of the manufacturing and supply chain process as directed
  • Identify and report Non Conformances as per Company procedure
  • Completes, inspects and distributes all quality records and documents and ensures 100% traceability
  • Support Project and suppliers (proactive / mentoring)
  • Final review of supply chain LTR’s (data dossiers)
  • Support project with NCR’s
  • Coordinate supply chain inspections requests and deployment of SQEP resource
  • Other ad-hoc duties as required

Preferred Qualification/ Requirements:

  • Ability to inspect, test and examine products and interpret results
  • Ability to read and accurately interpret engineering detail drawings and accurately measure components
  • Numerical skills, ability to work with figures, make measurements calculations
  • Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing and both internally and externally
  • Ability to work as part of a team or on own initiative
  • Ability to working within tight time scales whilst maintaining quality standards,
  • Ability to apply industry and quality standards in relation to all duties undertaken

Organisational skills

  • Working knowledge of ISO9000 Standards and work procedures/ standards compliance
  • Knowledge of techniques for inspection, testing and examination

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