Reliability Test engineer
Preston

Reliability Test Engineer

Ref: 110| Posted: 31st Oct 2019

Reliability Test Engineer - Preston

INTERNAL APPLICATIONS ONLY

 

Internal Applications are invited for the position of Reliability Test Engineer, based at the Preston Site and reporting to the UK Reliability Engineer.

The role will undertake a variety of processes for product verification of parts and components and, ensure that all Inspection activities are delivered efficiently in accordance with the production schedule, Baxi Standard Operating Procedures and H&S requirements. This important position plays a key part in the overall Quality function of the business.

Reliability Test Engineer role responsibilities will include:-

  • Follow the QVT planning process
  • Develop and maintain the plan to ensure CE conformance
  • Manage the cold test rig checks and record results
  • Generate and maintain inspection documentation in line with Quality Assurance policy
  • Ensure processes are carried out and adhere to high quality standards
  • Ensure that relevant Health and Safety regulations are adhered to at all times.
  • Provide quality support for new product/process introductions

The ideal candidate will have extensive product knowledge to enable accurate fault diagnosis both in-house and field based. Additionally, basic six sigma principles – statistical process control etc will be desirable. Your FFT and QVT experience, including product knowledge to enable accurate fault diagnosis both in-house and field will be utilised, as will your testing/inspection of components and finished products. A recognised engineering qualification may also be appropriate.

To support this candidate should have:-

  • A general work background in manufacturing / engineering
  • Basic grounding in H&S policies and procedures
  • Experience of using Inspection Tools and Equipment
  • Be a confident user of the Microsoft Office Suite

If you feel that you have the right attributes to fulfil the above role, please apply electronically, using the apply tab.