Do you want to work for a highly respected, growing and driven design and development company based in Yorkshire? This company are looking for 2 x Quality Auditors to join their award winning team.
The company themselves are supplies of external and internal components, as well as the systems for premium cars. They are expanding every year, now having 4 separate manufacturing facilities in the UK, with their growth being achieved by their increased capability in their design and manufacturing in various products. This company pride themselves on the training and development of their staff, wanting their team to progress internally.
The role this company are looking to recruit for is a Quality Auditor, based in the Stamford bridge area of York. In this role, you will be checking quality of parts for any defects, filling out appropriate documentation and making sure the quantities are correct. The role might also involve providing occasional support as an Operator for the team on the production floor. You will be on a starting wage of £8.50 per hour, which will increase after a trial period, and they also offer and increased rate of pay for any overtime worked. The working hours for a Quality auditor will be based off of both days and nights, working a 2 weekly shift pattern, where you will work ; week 1: Tuesday-Friday DAYS, week 2; Wednesday – Friday NIGHTS. These shifts are based on 12 hours, 8.00am – 20.00pm on days and 20.00pm – 8.00am on Nights.
If you have a strong work ethic, keen eye for detail and are looking to be trained and developed within a national company, then the role of Quality auditor is for you.
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If you are looking for a new challenge or looking to join a company where you can grow and develop in your career, please apply now with a copy of your up to date CV.
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