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Quality Engineer

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Quality Engineer


£42,000 - £45,000 + Bonus + 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays + Pension + Extra Benefits

Excellent opportunity for a Quality Engineer to join a market-leading, international company where you will have the chance to develop your career and work on advanced engineering projects.

The company are a well-established, highly revered manufacturing company in the Plymouth area with sites across the world that not only are renowned for the quality of their products but also for being a leading and progressive employer within the area. Due to growth, they are currently looking for a Quality Engineer to work within their Quality Engineering team.

In this role you report to the Head of Quality, developing product and process validations, dealing with customer complaints and non-conformances and assisting with audits and continuous improvement practices.

The person will come from a Quality Engineering background and have knowledge of a variety of processes within a manufacturing/engineering environment.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a company where you will be well rewarded for your efforts, not just through a good salary, bonus, and benefits, but also through the chance to progress your career and make a big impact on your department.

The Role:
*Quality Engineering
*Continuous Improvements
*Reporting to the Head of Quality

The person:
*Relevant Quality Engineering experience
*Transferable engineering/manufacturing background
*Working to different standards

Reference Number: BBBH221427

To apply for this role or for to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact Sophie Fox at Rise Technical Recruitment.

This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom. Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending