Temporary Quality Inspector

Tuesday 13 August 2019, 4:18 pm

Salary: £8.75 per hour

Hours: 40 hours per week (night shift)

Job Type: Temporary


VIP-Polymers are recruiting for a Quality Inspector to join the Quality Department on a temporary basis, with immediate effect.

The role will involve ensuring all product manufactured and processes carried out comply with the standards of the Company’s declared quality system and/or customer-specific requirements.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Ensure that all products are manufactured to the prescribed customer requirements and standards.
  • Reject all products that do not meet quality standards.
  • To perform visual and dimensional checks.
  • To be reactive to quality concerns and have the ability to find a resolution in a timely manner.
  • Document inspection outcomes and any corrective actions that were taken.
  • Provide training to production when required to improve quality standards.


The successful candidate will:

  • Be proficient in IT Skills.
  • Have good analytical ability and a keen eye for detail.
  • Be able to work to deadlines and constraints.
  • Be proactive.
  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively at all levels within the company.
  • Be flexible in working hours (shift work will be required).
  • Provide support and feedback in a constructive manner to members of the production team.

Please send a copy of your CV to:

Michele Chopping
Personnel & Development Manager
VIP-Polymers Ltd
15 Windover Road
PE29 7EB

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