Reporting to the Head of SHEQ, the purpose of this role is to lead the Quality team to ensure that products and processes are maintained in line with Business and Customer requirements.
This role encompasses the following responsibilities:
Maintain the company's quality procedures, standards, and specifications.
Review customer quality requirements and ensure they are met.
Monitor the quality of products and processes and implement necessary remedial actions when deviations from quality standards are identified.
Ensure that manufacturing or production processes meet international and national standards.
Manage a team of quality control technicians and support staff.
Maintain effective documentation control procedures.
Monitor, measure, and report on performance and identify any areas of weakness, recommending and implementing improvements.
Manage the inspection and certification control plans.
Support the project management team with contract reviews.
Provide manufacturing support to the production areas with reference to quality issues.
Ensure procedures are implemented or updated where appropriate.
Provide support for the Engineering team to create Bills of Materials (BOMs) on the Epicor ERP system including all supporting documentation required for manufacture, assembly, validation, verification, and formal quality processes.
Manage the process for Engineering Change Requests (ECRs) obtaining sign-off, checking the scope/impact of the changes, and updating relevant documentation on Epicor ERP system.
Support Production by checking manufacturing documentation packs and Epicor BOMs are correct and sufficient for all manufacturing, assembly, validation, verification, and formal quality processes prior to release for production.
Collaborate closely with the Production/Engineering teams, to identify and eliminate quality defects, ensuring a streamlined manufacturing process.
Conduct regular audits of our Quality Procedures to ensure adherence to established standards and protocols.
Managing of all related non-conformance issues