Have you got experience in a quality or inspection role? Do you have experience assembly, disassembly or soldering or electrical devices? If so, apply today!
Working for Philips RDT, a global leader in healthcare technology, you will have the opportunity to grow and develop within the role. This is a temporary ongoing role with a view to becoming permanent if successful in the temporary period.
Benefits:Free on site car parkWeekly payAccess to Randstad benefits including high street discounts and wellbeing servicesClean office environmentGreat transport links33 days holiday per yearPotential to gain permanent employment
Hours of Work and Salary:Monday - Friday, 08:45AM to 17:00PM37.5 hours PER WEEK£23,000 to £25,000 PER YEAR
The role of the QC Inspector is to carry out goods inwards inspection and functional testing of products and goods for release into the operations. This role requires the inspection of components along with collecting and analysing trend data.
The role requires the Inspector to be able to undertake a variety of processes for product verification of parts and components, i.e. mechanical design aspects. To ensure that all Inspection activities are delivered efficiently in accordance with the production schedule.
A key element of the job is the rigorous inspection and testing of the product before the release to operations warehouse and supporting the handover of the parts and components into production.
Responsibilities:To carry out testing/inspection of components using a variety of processes and techniques in accordance with Quality Assurance instructions and/or Technical specs, and using measurement equipment.To generate, maintain inspection documentation in accordance with the relevant Company Quality Assurance policyTo accurately interpret component drawings/test procedures and relevant information so that, part numbers, drawing issues, process specification and surface finishes can be accurately identified and applied.Accurately record all work in progress and the location of components and parts.Goods inwards inspection and functional testing of products and goods into storesRaise and report noncompliance issues, non-conforming product detected at the goods-in stage and support production detected non-conformities.Support the development/creation of inspection instructions, work instructions and other quality documents.Collating results from tests and entering them into reports.To comply with processes and procedures established as part of the company's quality management system, and to maintain appropriate records to demonstrate processes/procedures are followed.To ensure that the appropriate training is received for the tasks performed.To ensure the work tasks assigned are carried out carefully and thoroughly, and any problems reported to the person who assigned the work and your line manager.
EssentialNumeracy and geometry skillsBroad experience of reading and interpreting engineering drawingsGeneral work background in manufacturing/engineeringBasic grounding in H&S policies and proceduresPC literate. Experienced in Office 365 and internet applications.Ability to follow verbal and written instructions closely.Ability to record tests performed, their setup, results found etc. in a structured, ordered and timely manner.
The Finished Product Goods In Inspector will have the following keys skills and experiences:Good Quality engineering, Quality Inspection and Quality Control.Experience in manufacturing, engineering, electronic/electrical components, technical environment or similar.Hands-on experience of goods in and goods out inspection and measuring and testing.
DesirableExperience with basic test equipment e.g. measurement meters, voltage, current, temperature, mechanical measurement etc.Experience of electro-mechanical assemblies and/or devices manufacturingRelevant education in an engineering/technical discipline or equivalent
If this role is of interest, please apply today and a member of the team will make contact with you to discuss your application....