Mechanical Inspector - £36000
Good experience inspecting your own machined parts or already have been an outright inspector? We're looking for an ambitious, dynamic and positive individual to join a company that precision machine components that are assembled into complex mechanical products that serve the aerospace industry. They are paying circa £32000 initially which can rise to £36000 as you take on more accountability. They can offer decent benefits such as 7% employer pension contribution, 5 weeks holiday, discounts at supermarkets/cinemas and half day Fridays!
This is a permanent position for someone to join a growing, globally established company who have about 200 on site, based in Segensworth near to Fareham in Hampshire.
What about the Role?
Reporting to the Production Manager, you will be working closely alongside the CNC teams getting involved with precision inspection, responsible for ensuring the conformity of product through the build process and at final inspection. You will need to be able to identify trends in conformity issues, whilst assisting the Quality Team in improving the culture.
You will get involved with the dimensional inspections of both sub-contracted and in-house manufactured parts, in accordance with associated technical specifications.
So what do I need?
- Experience inspecting components, CNC machined parts.
- Understanding Engineering Drawings
- Great communication skills is a must!
- Problem solving nature
- Supervising expereince or the potential to lead others well
- Ambition, drive
We want to hear from passionate engineers with experience in inspection, self-motivated, driven and ambition to make their mark, and grow their career.
If you would like to talk about the role, you are welcome to call myself, Neil Williams on 02392 483 944. Otherwise, please email your CV to us and we will swiftly review, find me on LinkedIn or click the APPLY button.
FPR Group is acting within the capacity of a Recruitment Agency for their client.
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