Quality Engineering NDT Inspector

Halifax, UK
£12-£14 per hour.
Jark (Bradford)
Date advertised:
Job details:
A top subcontract engineering company that produces high-tolerance precision components for various sectors is recruiting for a Quality Engineering NDT Inspector. The business is established and has achieved all of the requirements for quality accreditation and has recently been awarded Fit 4 Nuclear status and updated its ISO 9001:2015. The candidate requires PCN Level 2 for magnetic testing (MT) and penetrant testing (PT).

Main role and objectives:

  • Provide an Inspection service to the company
  • Ensure that, as far as is reasonably practical, all goods produced by the company meet the required level of quality
  • Achieve required levels of output
  • Ensure safe working practices
  • Receive instructions as appropriate to ensure that schedules are achieved.
Key tasks and responsibilities:
  • To undertake component ‘in-process’ and ‘final’ inspection using a full range of measuring equipment and machines
  • Produce inspection result reports for customer and internal use
  • Operate the company non-conformance system, recommending corrective and preventative actions as appropriate
  • To hand finish components in line with procedure WS004 as necessary 
  • To mark components as detailed either on routings or drawings in line with company practice using various methods suitable for the application
  • To carry out non-destructive testing (Hardness testing, PT, MT and ultrasonic testing (UT)) on components and raw material
  • Produce relevant results certification and report on defective components.
  • Assist with packing and preparing for shipping
  • Assist with maintaining the measuring instrument calibration system
  • Assist in developing inspection techniques for components and situations that are not straightforward
  • Produce calculations for various aspects of components (ie thread wire readings, etc.)
  • Produce sketches/drawings of customer samples as required
  • Communicate quality improvement requirements to management in cases where the NCR system has not been invoked.
  • Observe all company rules and systems with regard to the company’s health and safety policies and rules, be aware of existing and potential hazards, report damaged or faulty plant and equipment to management immediately and when working in the vicinity of a hazard or potentially hazardous situation, wear/use personal protective equipment/clothing that is available
  • Work to the company quality system and procedures, completing documentation as require
  • Work to all other company systems and rules, including time recording, holiday requests, etc
  • Ensure that all equipment, tool and measuring instruments are correctly used, stored and maintained
  • Report problems with drawings, materials, tooling, machines and equipment to management
  • Maintain a high standard of housekeeping at all times
  • Undertake any training that may be deemed necessary to enhance your role within the company
  • Maintain high standards of quality in the product but at the same time observing the demands of time constraints imposed by cost and delivery implications
  • Work to manufacturing schedules as required in order to ensure that deliveries are on time and targets are met
  • Assist with training apprentices and other trainees
  • To undertake any other duties that management considers may fall within the remit of the role.
Monday to Thursday: 8.30 am to 4.30 pm; Friday: 8.30 am to 2.30 pm (38 hours plus 30 mins lunch). Overtime works out as a possible two hours per day and on Saturdays from 7.00 am to midday. Overtime is paid at time and a half after the 38 hours.

Contact details:
David Raper, Jark (Bradford), 2-4, Wakefield Rd, Bradford BD4 7AT. Tel: +44 (0)1274 200600.
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