Quality Engineer (8D Expert)

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    West Sussex, England

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    £40000 - £45000 per annum

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    Jacob Marshall

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    11 months ago

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Quality Engineer (8D Expert)

Based in Horsham West Sussex

Flexible on salary

A market leading technology company operating in highly regulated markets are seeking an experienced Quality Engineer to join their rapidly growing team. Your role is plays vital part in the company as you will be leading resolutions of the Quality Issues relating to non-conformances and using 8D methodology to ensure this.

Key Responsibilities - Quality Engineer - West Sussex

  • Lead 8D investigation through 1st to the 8thd
  • Support NPI activities
  • Analyse non-conformances and implement corrective and preventive actions using 8D methodology
  • Assist KPI reporting for Quality across the business

Key skills/Experience - Quality Engineer - West Sussex

  • Experience in Advance Quality Planning
  • Must have sound understanding of the 8d process and tools used to help establish root cause (Ishikawa, Red X, …)
  • Possess a track record of achievement within the realms of Quality Engineering
  • Ideally degree qualified or HNC with additional experience in engineering or manufacturing discipline
  • Fully conversant with engineering and quality principles (including but not limited to SPC, Gauge R&R, DoE, sampling plans, NPI)
  • Familiar with range of measuring and inspection equipment and can interpret engineering drawings and specifications
  • Excellent computer skills (including but not limited to Windows, Office, MS Access/SQL)
  • Good ISO9001/TS16949 quality systems knowledge
  • Strong statistical knowledge with advanced use of statistical software such as Minitab and practical use of statistical process control

If you are interested in this exciting position and looking for personal development in a forward-thinking company, please do not hesitate and 'APPLY NOW'