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Senior SPC/SQC Champion

Basic Job Overview

> Senior SPC/SQC Champion
> Wrexham
> Job Type: Full Time / Permanent
> Salary: £53000 – £72000/annum

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Science Solutions are looking to recruit an SQC/SPC Champion for a global composite materials manufacturer based on their Wrexham facility.

To be considered for this position as an SQC/SPC Champion you must have previous significant industrial experience in a similar role in a manufacturing environment across composites, polymers or chemical manufacturing industries.

As an SQC/SPC Champion you will become part of a new global team to develop SPC and SQC systems for up to 4 sites within UK and Germany. You will also be responsibility for developing process capability and leading continuous improvement projects.

This is a brand new position for a global leader in their field with a highly attractive salary and benefits package.

Role responsibilities

Develop SPC & SQC systems for up to 4 sites and develop process capability while leading continuous improvement projects.
Actively liaise with customers and global colleagues to assess and manage changes that could negatively impact quality risk levels.
Coordinate, provide and schedule training in statistical process control and statistical quality control subjects for site personnel.
Improve customer satisfaction, product capability and process capability.
Regional trips to EU up to 30% of the time.
Role requirements

Bachelors educated as a minimum in an engineering discipline. Ideally chemical/process engineering.
Previous experience in managing customer relationships highly desirable.
Statistical process control experience in a manufacturing environment is essential.
Understanding and knowledge of six sigma tools including 5S, process control MSA, continuous improvement or Gauge. Lean Six Sigma Black Belt highly desirable.
5+ years’ experience in a quality/process engineering role or similar is essential to be considered for this position

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.