Quality Assurance Manager

Recruiter
Hiredonline
Location
Stourbridge, West Midlands
Salary
Salary Guide: c£25k to £30k
Posted
21 Apr 2017
Expires
19 May 2017
Ref
12068
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Quality Assurance Manager required. Our client, a leading manufacturer of manual cleaning products are looking to recruit an experienced  Quality Assurance Manager to administer and co-ordinate the development, maintenance and communication of relevant industry training standards and to manage the accompanying accreditation and approvals processes.

Duties and responsibilities include:

• Maintenance of the Companies BS EN ISO 9001 quality system.

• Development and implementation of new procedures and processes.

• Development and implementation of new internal policy statements.

• Internal auditing of the company quality system.

• Review and auctioning of customer complaints.

• Use, control of and calibration of metrology equipment.

• Maintenance of the Sample Specification Control.

• Control of materials and testing by third party test houses.

• Control of customer and supplier product specifications.

• Development and control of internal and external employee training matrixes.

• Travel to Worldwide factories/suppliers in China, Pakistan, India and Turkey to perform  audits.

Skills required:

• Experience on Implementation of ISO 9001(14001 Standard would be an advantage as our   Company will be working towards this standard).

• Clear and accurate communication skills - both written and verbal.

• High attention to detail across all aspects of the role.

• Knowledge of legislative/legal requirements in relation to quality and compliance.

• Ability to contribute to business strategies and departmental development.

• Ability to work accurately and consistently in a high pressure environment.

• Ability to prioritise workload in line with the needs of the business.

• Highly organised with an adaptable and flexible approach to workload and a proactive approach to problem solving.

• Knowledge of a broad range of manufacturing procedures and chemicals would be an advantage.

Hours of work: Monday - Thursday 8am - 4.30pm (45 minutes Lunch) Friday 8am - 3.30pm (30 minutes Lunch)

Salary Guide: c£25k to £30k

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