Quality Assurance Lead - Rotherham
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Bluetree Design & Print
The Bluetree Group is an established yet rapidly expanding retailer and manufacturer of Print. Operating through many Brands, including Instantprint.co.uk, Route1Print.co.uk and Bluetree Connect we target all sectors of the market; from small & micro businesses to the largest FTSE 100 Companies. Through advanced production technology, the power of the Web and a clear vision of the future, we are revolutionising the Print industry.
We are seeking Quality Assurance Lead to join our busy Quality and Compliance team, working Monday to Friday 09:00-17:30.
As the person responsible for Quality within the factory your role will be to build, develop and improve an effective Quality system, that helps the business deliver improved quality performance and increased customer satisfaction.
Display an open style of management, with focus on root cause analysis.
Demonstrate strong problem solving skills.
Drive and motivate team.
Operate well under pressure.
Display the ability to be persistent.
Demonstrate being a strong team player.
Understanding of complex work requirements, and the communication skills to explain these to a diverse audience.
Demonstrate strong planning skills
Display high levels of flexibility in order to meet changes in customer requirements and work demands
Sound verbal and written English
Demonstrate strong communication skills
Strong data analysis and reporting capabilities
General PC knowledge including MS Outloook, MS word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint and Internet Explorer
A Level Mathmatics / English / Science or similar vocational qualification
Knowledge of litho and digital printing techniques
Experience working within a H&S driven environment
Advanced data analysis skills and experience working with large database management systems
Experience in developing ISO 9001 Quality systems, Process Control mechanisms or other quality management techniques.
Degree (any discipline)
You will work with teams throughout the business to enable them to identify issues with their processes, and develop actions, tools and systems to overcome these issues. You will be comfortable working with groups of people to brainstorm the corrective actions necessary to solve a problem, driving teams to implement these corrective actions, and developing tests to verify their effectiveness.
You will be able to develop reports to illustrate ideas, communicate complex ideas to different audiences, and influence people to embrace a continuous improvement culture.
Our factory encompasses a huge variety of equipment, systems and processes. You will be inquisitive and a fast learner, to quickly become an expert on all of these different areas.
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|Location:||Rotherham, South Yorkshire|
|Advertised until:||Closed Wed 11-Sep-2019|
|Eligibility:||Candidates must, by the start of their employment, have permission to work in the UK|
Strictly no agencies
This vacancy has now closed.