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Job Description

Quality Technician/ Quality Inspector

Commutable from Anlaby, Barton, Beverley, Brigg, Cottingham, Hessle, Hull, Swanland, Skidby, Walkington, Willerby

Salary and Benefits

£29,900-£31,625 + 33 days holidays including stats + Bonus + Lots of Overtime at time and a half + pension


  • Working for a stable and rapidly expanding company
  • Chance to work at the firm’s brand-new state of the art factory.
  • Chance to increase your salary as competency increases and you can move up to different pay grades.
  • Chance to work for a High Tech market leader within Manufacturing / Engineering
  • Opportunity to work on a high-tech product range.
  • Work in a clean and modern manufacturing environment
  • Excellent Training Provided


My client is an award-winning   manufacturer in a specialist and growing market that supplies a range of different industries including Medical, Electronics, Automotive, Plastics, Food and Drink, Steel and Pharmaceutical. Due to an increase in orders, they are looking at growing their quality department further. This role will be working permanent afternoons Monday-Thursday 1:45pm-10pm and Friday 1:45pm-845pm.

You must have the following:


  • Must have a passion for Quality and Technology
  • Must be able to read Engineering drawings
  • Excellent Attention to detail
  • Must have experience of Quality Inspection work whether this be as an Inspector, Quality Technician or Quality Engineer
  • Must be able to read Engineering drawings
  • Must be able to follow set procedures and guidelines
  • Must have worked in an Engineering, Manufacturing or Assembly Environment
  • Ideally have experience of CMM


As a Quality Technician, your role will be to support the Quality & Operation teams within the business through quality engineering & problem resolution and assist in the implementation of 5S and Quality improvement programs. You will work as a member of the Quality team resolving problems, preventing re-occurrence, and seeking to engage others supporting performance improvement.

You will also be responsible for inspecting the quality of internally and externally made components to ensure the product standard maintains the correct level of quality. You will review the ongoing quality level of supplied components and audit internal manufacturing processes to ensure procedures are followed.

You will be asked to

  • Identify trends, review data and spot opportunities for improvement and recommend any preventative and corrective actions.
  • Be involved in quality plan monitoring and investigate quality issues that arise within the site
  • Perform visual and dimensional inspection of components at goods in and finished goods.
  • Calibrate measuring equipment and measuring testing variables
  • Write detailed reports including first article inspection reports and CofCs
  • Use equipment like callipers, vernier, micrometres, CMM and others to make accurate measurements
  • Be responsible for carrying out first-offs, in process inspections, final inspections and goods-in inspections
  • Recording and escalating non-conformances where issues are identified.
  • Work alongside a highly skilled team to continually develop quality performance and compliance across the business.
  • Learn how to plan, monitor and measuring quality objectives


We often have such a large response to our advertisements that we are unable to provide feedback to every applicant. If you do not receive an email from us within the next 14 days your application has been unsuccessful. We would like to keep your details on file for future vacancies unless you state otherwise.