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Quality Engineer 12m FTC (AE907)


Kent - United Kingdom

Arthur Edward

Salary: £25-30,000

Can you tell the difference between a Smokey eye or a burning eye?

Do you want to set a high standard and improve quality?

Having had direct involvement from design to shipment of high quality products in a FMCG environment, your key focus will be the continuous improvement throughout the site, using up to date methodologies and techniques to improve quality and efficiency.

You be responsible for implementing, monitoring and sustaining the quality policy’s & standards ensuring adherence to H&S, Quality, GLP, GMP (ISO 22716) and Hygiene Policies. You will provide a strong and effective support to the supply chain concerning all matters in quality.

It will be up to you to deliver effective training and education to the site with regards to quality practices with a view to engage and develop staff in quality.

You will create, edit, approve, review and maintain quality control procedures and systems for reporting and analysing. The accuracy will be vital for internal and external quality/H&S audits.

This requires that flexibility is needed to support other functions of quality which may arise.

Being a busy and varied role you need to juggle lots of tasks whilst keeping a cool head and a precise eye on the ball.

If you have the right qualities apply now.


To apply for this role please contact Arthur Edward.

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