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Prototype Quality Inspector

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    £16.66 - 21.50 per hour

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    Kym Herring

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    24 days ago

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Prototype Quality Inspector – Peterborough

Initial 12 month opportunity – PAYE rates up to  £16.66 p/h and up to  £21.50 umbrella rates p/h

Are you looking to join an established, global Manufacturer?

Are you obsessive about quality, with a great eye for detail?  

Do you have inspection and measurement experience? 

If yes, this could be the role for you...

We’re looking for a Prototype Quality Inspector to join an established Global Engine Development Engineering Company, who have a heritage of engineering excellence and have manufactured over 21 million engines!

What would you do as Prototype Quality Inspector?

  • Carry out, a variety of Inspection functions to support new engine programs to very tight deadlines
  • Read and interpret engineering drawings and engineers instructions
  • Use a variety of Inspection tools / machines to check parts as requested by the customer

What are we looking for from a Prototype Quality Inspector?

  • Apprenticeship / City & Guilds / NVQ Level 3 in Metrology or equivalent qualifications
  • Previous experience in writing CMM measurement programs (preferably using PC DMIS software)
  • Previous Inspection / Measuring Room experience
  • Knowledge of the components of surface topography
  • Ability to maintain and update records as required
  • ‎Applicants must be self-motivated with good team working skills and be willing to work shifts if required.
  • Initiative, problem solving and positive attitude to change are also essential.

The above represents a summary of the role.  A full description of this contract assignment is available; the rate advertised is the rate paid by the agency to an umbrella employment company.  It is not a PAYE pay rate.  A full explanation of this rate and all deductions will be explained in a key information document (KID) supplied to registered candidates.