Quality and Environmental Manager

Quality - Swindon, Wiltshire

Ref: 769Monday 27 November 2023

£40,000 - £50,000 per annum

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Quality & Environmental Manager


£40,000 - £50,000 per annum


39-hr week Monday to Friday. Hours-08.30-5.00 (08.30-4.00 Fridays).


Outline of Job Description

This position offers an opportunity for the candidate with an in-depth working knowledge of IS0 9001 and an understanding of the AS/EN9100 aerospace additions. A background in a machining/CNC environment or precision mechanical engineering is essential. In this role provide environmental management to EN ISO 14001 ensuring fulfilment of our compliance obligations.

Main Duties to include:

  • All customer specifications are met and maintained, Quality Planning and process documentation is organised.
  • Understand and direct the creation, controls, and input of data from, drawings, standards, and specifications.
  • Ensure that customer complaints are validated and that corrective actions are robust using common quality tools.
  • Monitor quality KPIs and construct a monthly report.
  • Ensure procedures are updated and developed to achieve best practice.
  • Monitor the system audit schedules (Quality & Environmental).
  • Monitor supplier’s performance and assist the Buyer with approval ratings.
  • ‘Work collectively’ with the Production team and engineers managing the root cause of any problem/rejected machined part.   
  • Administer applications for concessions, waivers, and production permits.


Quality & Environmental Manager Candidate Requirements

  • Must have the AS9100 qualification and have the required experience to managing procedures
  • A wealth of experience in the aviation/automotive industry
  • Quality assurance background and ability to work directly with the company's engineers and production team
  • Ideally, an apprentice served engineer in Mechanical Engineering having a wealth of experience with precision-engineered components.
  • Strong interpersonal, supervisory, and organisational skills are essential.
  • Reading and understanding technical drawings and specifications.
  • The ability to communicate; be comfortable speaking with a wide range of staff, customers, and suppliers.
  • Meticulous approach to measurement, comparison with standards and monitoring of processes.
  • Preferably a technical/machining pathway background
  • Quality inspection, precision measuring equipment with CMM methods/knowledge an advantage.
  • Preferred knowledge of AS9102 FAIR completion.