Quality Controllers are mainly employed by companies who make or service equipment, tools, pipework etc. for the oil and gas industry. They are responsible for making sure that technical quality standards are being met and that company/industry quality procedures and controls are being followed.
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- Develops and updates quality control standards and procedures.
- Conducts visual and measurement tests, rejecting materials, etc. which do not conform to quality and industry standards.
- Documents test/inspection results by completing reports and logs.
- Ensures equipment used within the test and inspection process is properly calibrated.
- Produces reports of defects and problems and makes sure remedial actions/follow-ups are carried out and closed out.
- Prepares inspection schedules to ensure delivery deadlines are met.
Goods and equipment for the oil and gas industry must meet very strict technical quality standards and this role has a key part to play in making sure goods and equipment are fit for purpose and safe.
- HNC/HND, technical Apprenticeship or equivalent
- Experience of working in an assembly/ manufacturing environment
- Qualification in Quality Assurance/Quality Control
- £25,000 - £30,000
- £35,000 - £50,000
QA Controller/Manager, Quality Manager, Quality Management Advisor