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Quality Systems Manager

  • Location: Worcestershire
  • Sector: Quality
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: THD7335/96
  • Salary: £40,000 - £45,000
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Job description

URGENT

Are you looking for a new role as a Quality Systems Manager?
Our client, a leading automotive component manufacturer, are looking for an experienced Quality Systems Manager to join their team in Worcestershire.

The ideal Quality Systems Manager, based in Worcestershire will have skills and experience;
- Experienced lead auditor in IATF 16949
- Experience in working with 3rd party auditors in achieving and maintaining system approval
- Detailed understanding of Quality Management Systems Technical Specifications ISO9001; IATF 16949 etc.
- Good understanding of manufacturing systems
- Project management skills and experience in implementing management change

This job opportunity is for a company that supplies electronic systems into most Tier 1 automotive manufacturers in the UK and worldwide.

APPLY NOW for the Quality Systems Manager, Worcestershire, by sending your CV with a covering letter to TDrew@redlinegroup.Com quoting reference THD7335/96



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