We are currently recruiting for a QHSE Engineer to work for a very well-established industry specialist with a strong trading history and a global reach within the manufacturing sector
We are looking for an QHSE Engineer who works well as part of a manufacturing team, actively drives for quality improvements and shares their skills with others.
The successful QHSE Engineer will be responsible for supporting Our clients drive for quality excellence whilst ensuring that all HSE standards are met.
Responsibilities of the QHSE Engineer:
Support 8D investigations into complex machining and assembly processes.
Support Procurement team with complex supplier quality issues and supplier quality management.
Provide quality facilitation for the completion of non-conformances relating to internal and external audits.
Using data-driven methods to identify and lead quality improvement activities across the business.
Deliver tangible savings to the business via Continuous Improvement projects.
Support development and updates to the Business Management System and associated processes.
Facilitate safety and quality process awareness and training across the business.
Lead by example for safety and quality behaviours and drive to improve.
Act as the voice of the customer whenever quality concerns arise.
Ensure robust data and metrics are available for all HSE and Quality activities.
Be part of the internal audit team and ensure audits are carried out on time.
Report non-conformances and support other departments in developing robust corrective actions.
Support external audits as required.
Provide support in implementing HSE projects and programmes.
Be a point of contact for day-to-day HSE queries.
Support the maintenance of HSE systems (ie. COSHH, Risk Assessments, Noise Surveys, etc.)Competences required of the QHSE Engineer:
Bachelor's degree, HCD/HND, NEBOSH or equivalent in Engineering, Quality or HSE.
Six Sigma Green-Belt qualification.
At least 5 years industry experience in Quality Engineering or a mix of HSE and Quality Engineering.Hours and place of work of the QHSE Engineer:
38 hours per week, site-based with some working from home flexibility.
This role would suit someone commuting from Bradford, Leeds, Huddersfield, Wakefield or in and around the West Yorkshire area
For more information on this fantastic QHSE Engineer role please contact Joe Muxworthy on: (phone number removed) or email