Position Title:
​QUALITY INSPECTOR

Work Location:
Redmayne Engineering - Lymington​

The MEL Group are family run, with a realistic goal to be a 100 million a year business. We are a total engineering solution provider to the global aerospace and defence market and to industry in general.
 
An opportunity has arisen for a Quality Inspector at Redmayne Engineering based in Lymington, Hampshire.
 
The purpose of the role will be, to inspect, monitor and ensure that products conform to specified requirements. To demonstrate and utilise a high attention for detail and an appreciation of the exceptional working standards required in the Aviation industry.
 
Primary Accountabilities:
 
  • To perform and maintain accurate in-process quality inspection and records, working closely with the Engineering Authority and Vendors to verify processes, procedures and eliminate waste
  • To process first-off inspection and test vendor components in an efficient manner, in order to determine if the product meets acceptance requirements, approved design data and quality control requirements
  • To perform quality assurance tasks within the daily work, working as a stampholder to certify the completed work in accordance with airworthiness regulations
  • To assist the Quality Manager with maintaining the facilities and also assist during quality audits with the relevant Aviation authorities and customers
  • Completing and maintaining Quality Assurance reports/records and documentation required to comply with company and customer procedures and order requirements
 
Personal skills/attributes:
 
  • Experience performing first article inspection (preferably within machining engineering)
  • Skilled in the use of manufacturing inspection instruments and methods for first article and in-process inspection of precision machined parts
  • Proven ability to interpret engineering drawings and quality requirements
  • Identify and raise product non-conformances where required
  • Assist in performing internal calibration of selected items
  • Co-ordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) experience an advantage
  • Professional conduct demonstrated at all times, used to working to tight deadlines
  • Meticulous attention to detail, with a methodical approach to tasks
  • Positive attitude combined with a ‘common sense’ approach
  • Good verbal and written communication skills, at all levels
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Flexible attitude and approach
  • Able to lift safe loads without assistance
  • Solid mechanical/engineering knowledge
  • Ability to work well within a team and as an individual
  • Willing to travel within the UK
  • Takes pride in self and work
  • Awareness of AS9100/AS9102
 
This role will be contracted to 39 hours per week, Monday to Thursday, 07:30am – 4:30pm and 07:30am – 12:30pm on Friday. This could be subject to change due to business requirements.
 
The successful candidate must have a can-do attitude, the ability to work well under pressure and be able to multi-task. In return you will have the support to develop and grow within an ever-expanding company, with benefits such as 22 days holiday plus bank holidays, pension scheme and free parking.​
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