Quality Supervisor

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Quality Supervisor

Circa £32,000 Plus Benefits, 23 Days holidays and Bank Holidays


Position Description:

Are you a Quality Supervisor with a flair for plastics, pressings, battery’s and manufacturing? If so, please read on!

Proftech Talent have been engaged by a world leading tooling company to recruit a Quality Supervisor to manage a team of quality inspectors.

The Quality Supervisor will be ensuring that the components are inspected for quality to ensure the production lines are kept running smoothly.

You will be setting targets in line with the business plan and reporting on progress, organising quality meetings to collaborate with other departments.

The duties of a Quality Supervisor include the investigation of quality problems of products, systems and processes. Utilising appropriate department staff, support departments and problem-solving techniques. Raising SCAR’s and analysing non-conforming products.

You will analyse non-conforming material data, including reviews of scrap, rework, internal and external customer returns / complaints, and issue reports to relevant departments including improvement activities.

You will deputise for the Quality Manager in their absence.

Experience Required:

This role requires you will have experience of management of a small team in a similar role. You will need to have experience of plastics and pressings. Some training may be given.

We look forward to your application
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