Quality Administrator

  • Location
    Birkenhead, Merseyside
  • Salary
    £ 18000 - £ 20000 / Year
  • Category
    Office and Secretarial - Administrator
  • Job type
    Permanent
  • Industry
    Office and Secretarial
  • External Reference
    JN-102019-98954























Title:



Quality Administrator



Department:



Projects & Planning



Reporting to:



Quality Specialist Lead



Location & Facility:



Skelmersdale



Senior Manager:



Projects Group Director



















Reporting to the Quality Specialist Lead, you will have responsibility for the creation of inspection and test plans, manufacturing data book indexes and issuance of inspection notifications in accordance with customer requirements, in line with manufacturing capabilities. You will also own the internal calibration system and ensure that all operational items are re-calibrated prior to their expiration.



Main Duties & Responsibilities



� Attend sales to project handover / kick off meetings to determine inspection, test plan and manufacturing data book index requirements.


� Understand and interpret customer specifications.


� Liaise with internal stakeholders prior to completion of Inspection and Test Plans and during their review cycles. Understand the interactions with upstream & downstream processes and its impact on product properties.


� Responsible for meeting the critical deadlines associated with contract milestones.


� Control and monitor the revision status of Process Documents i.e. Standard Operating Procedures and Production Inspection documents, etc. which are documented in Inspection and Test Plans.


� Ensure NCRs are raised for all non-conforming issues in your areas of responsibility


� Driving the effective resolution of customer complaints and internal NCRs where required. Participate in teams in the use of established problem solving tools to drive effective root cause analysis & identification of corrective & preventative actions.


� Ensure inspection notification documents are accurately generated in a timely manner.


� Ensure all customer witness visit requirements are effectively planned and executed to ensure full customer satisfaction. Liaise with Internal Stakeholders where required.


� Coordinate customer inspections in accordance with production plans. Monitor, review and amend such plans in collaboration with the production planning department.


� Ensure all measuring equipment is maintained in a calibrated status and is managed in the business system. Liaising with internal stakeholders where required.


� Ensure any non-conformities found during calibration are rectified and any affected product contained.


� Leading change and integrate best practice. Support Management of Change process where required.


� Fulfilling all duties identified in The Map and driving continuous improvement.



To apply for this role please email

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Please apply with your CV to: James Kerfoot