Quality Inspection Engineer, Salisbury, £40’000

Purpose

As a Quality Inspection Engineer for this established engineering company, you will play a crucial part in running the company’s Quality department ensuring that what is produced is in line with customers’ expectations. This role will be a mixture of hands on inspection, dealing with customers and suppliers, and completing reports and paperwork.

Employer / Benefits

Rubicon People Partnership’s client are a highly accomplished, successful engineering business who specialise in automotive restoration. There is a real family feel throughout the business with most staff having been with them for several years. In recent years the business has invested heavily in its future with the purchasing of some very expensive and high-tech machinery. There are further plans for expansion over the next 5 years. Continued profitable growth have led to this Quality Inspection Engineer vacancy and benefits include:

  • Day shifts (37.5 hours a week)
  • 20 days holiday increasing by 1 day per year of service (capped at 25 days), plus the bank holidays
  • Group Life Assurance
  • Benefits package with Eden Red which includes retail, utilities and holiday discounts to name a few and employee assistance
  • Employer’s pension
  • Free parking
  • Supported and guided learning with opportunities for training and development

Responsibilities

As a Quality Inspection Engineer your responsibilities will include:

  • Overseeing and running the Quality department, being the first point of contact for staff
  • Controlling the inspection of all parts received from suppliers and all parts produced internally
  • Using a  variety of manual and computer aided inspection equipment such as verniers, micrometres, CMM machines etc
  • Investigating, reporting and correcting non-conformance issues
  • Compiling detailed inspection reports for new products, new suppliers or parts that have been manufactured/modified/repaired
  • Working closely with the R&D department regarding new product development
  • Liaising with customers and suppliers where necessary

As a Quality Inspection Engineer, you’ll have:

  • Previous Quality Inspection and Engineering experience within manufacturing
  • Both hands on experience with inspection as well as the reporting and paperwork side of quality
  • Good communication skills to liaise with various departments within the business
  • Competency working with computers
  • A consistent employment history with references available

Interested?

Call Harriet, on 01202 688 555 for more information about this Quality Inspection Engineer vacancy or apply to this advert with an up-to-date CV showing your relevant experience. Please note in order to be successful for this role you must live locally.

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Key words: quality, inspection, inspector, tester, testing, engineering, manufacturing, production

Quality Inspector, Salisbury, £30’000

Purpose

As a Quality Inspector for this established engineering company, you will play a crucial part in ensuring that what is produced is in line with customers’ expectations and each day will vary dependant on the departments focus.

Employer / Benefits

Rubicon People Partnership’s client are a highly accomplished, successful engineering business who specialise in automotive restoration. There is a real family feel throughout the business with most staff having been with them for several years. In recent years the business has invested heavily in its future with the purchasing of some very expensive and high-tech machinery. There are further plans for expansion over the next 5 years. Continued profitable growth have led to this Quality Inspector vacancy and benefits include:

  • Day shifts (37.5 hours a week)
  • Permanent contract
  • 20 days holiday increasing by 1 day per year of service (capped at 25 days), plus the bank holidays
  • Group Life Assurance
  • Benefits package with Eden Red which includes retail, utilities and holiday discounts to name a few and employee assistance
  • Free parking
  • Supported and guided learning with opportunities for training and development

Responsibilities

As a Quality Inspector your responsibilities will include:

  • Visually inspect components and assemblies for obvious defects
  • Read technical drawings in both Metric and Imperial measurements
  • Use a variety of inspection tools including Verniers and Micrometres
  • Work with the production lines and assembly teams to rectify issues
  • Record and document findings for identification of reoccurring problems and trends
  • Carry out packaging and manufacturing inspections, sampling, and testing of incoming components and raw materials to ensure that company standards are met
  • Assist with drafting inspection procedures and validate or troubleshoot testing methods

As a Quality Inspector, you’ll have:

  • Either prior experience within quality inspection or a recent engineering qualification such as a BTEC or A-Level
  • A genuine passion about all things engineering
  • Ability to work in a very small team and a proactive attitude as this role involves working alone at times
  • Good communication skills to liaise with various departments within the business
  • Competency working with computers
  • A consistent employment history with references available
  • Residence within sensible distance to our customers’ site as relocations won’t be considered

Interested?

To show your interest in this Quality Inspector vacancy please apply to this advert with an up-to-date CV showing your relevant experience. 

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Key words: quality, inspection, inspector, tester, testing, engineering, manufacturing, production

Machine Shop Supervisor, Salisbury, £40’000pa

Purpose

As a Machine Shop Supervisor for this established engineering company, you will be a pivotal member of the company. You’ll have a 50/50 split between the shopfloor and office, between the shopfloor and office, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the machine shop as well as utilising your CNC skills in programming, setting, and operating machines. This role would be suited to a skilled machinist looking for the next step in their career.

Employer / Benefits

Rubicon People Partnership’s client are a highly accomplished, successful engineering business who specialise in automotive restoration. There is a real family feel throughout the business with most staff having been with them for several years. In recent years the business has invested heavily in its future with the purchasing of some very expensive and high-tech machinery. There are further plans for expansion over the next 5 years. Continued profitable growth have led to this Machine Shop Supervisor vacancy and benefits include:

  • Day shifts (37.5 hours a week)
  • Permanent contract
  • 20 days holiday increasing by 1 day per year of service (capped at 25 days), plus the bank holidays
  • Group Life Assurance
  • Benefits package with Eden Red which includes retail, utilities and holiday discounts to name a few and employee assistance
  • Employer’s pension
  • Free parking
  • Supported and guided learning with opportunities for training and development

Responsibilities

As a Machine Shop Supervisor your responsibilities will include:

  • Working both on the shopfloor and in the office (50/50 split)
  • Producing work schedules and arranging the day to day running of the machine shop
  • Being the first point of contact for any issues within the machine shop
  • Coordinating with other departments to determine best possible methods, practices and processes
  • Producing tooling and fixtures as required
  • Programming, setting and operating CNC machines
  • Assist with prototyping and development
  • Maintenance of the machinery and managing services for machines and equipment

Background

As a Machine Shop Supervisor, you’ll have:

  • Previous experience working within a machine shop programming, setting and operating CNC machinery
  • Ideally have some prior supervisory experience either within an established role or perhaps covering for a leader when necessary
  • Good communication, planning and organisational skills to manage the day to day running of the machine shop and operators
  • A consistent employment history with references available
  • Residence within sensible distance to our customers site as relocations won’t be considered

Interested?

To show your interest in this Machine Shop Supervisor vacancy please apply to this advert with an up-to-date CV showing your relevant experience.

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Key words: machine, machinery, supervisor, team leader, engineering, engineer, production, manufacturing, CNC, milling, turning, fabrication

Machine Operator, Salisbury | £ 11.00 per hour to £12.44 per hour| Permanent Employee Benefits

If you are looking for a rewarding career, we are excited to offer multiple opportunities for Machine Operators to join our client team. You will have the opportunity to join a well-established independent factory located on the edge of the North Dorset area.

As a Machine Operator your duties will involve:

  • Safely operate and maintain machinery, ensuring production processes run smoothly
  • Assist in the production process and maintain a clean and organised work environment.
  • Variety of shifts, including rotational shifts and 4 on-4 off

As a Machine Operator, you’ll have :

  • Permanent Position
  • A Supportive and Collaborative Work Environment
  • Previous experience as a Machine Operator is a plus
  • Team player with excellent communication skills

For more information or to apply to this Machine Operator opportunity, submit your CV via this advert or call Silvia at Rubicon.