Morgan Advanced Materials is a world leader in advanced materials science and engineering of ceramics, carbon and composites. We operate in a series of well-defined markets where our applications expertise offers our customers a valuable differentiator, engineering high-specification materials, components and sub-assembly parts that solve their challenging technical problems.
The Technical Ceramics business of Morgan Advanced Materials engineers high performance functional and structural ceramic materials, components and sub-assemblies to address customer-specific technical challenges.
The business employs advanced materials science and applications expertise to produce parts that enhance reliability or improve the performance of its customers’ products. Much of what the global business unit makes is used in demanding, harsh or critical environments. Our Technical Ceramics business works in selected segments of the electronics, energy, healthcare, industrial, petrochemicals, security and transport markets, typically in close collaborative customer relationships.
Group Key Figures: Revenue £950m (2021), ~7,500 employees, manufacturing in 30+ countries, and customers in 100+ countries. A UK PLC with head office located in Windsor, Berkshire UK. Listed on London Stock Exchange; Member of the FTSE 250 Index.
Reporting to the Quality Manager, the Quality Engineer is responsible for developing and implementing designated quality control systems to ensure continuous production consistent with established standards, customer specifications and production goals.
Develop and analyze statistical data and product specifications to determine standards and to establish quality and reliability expectations for finished products.
Perform studies (R&R, process, etc.) to ensure proper dimensional and visual inspection according to customer requirements.
Establish and monitor control limits in production processes in order to reduce process variation.
Create, document and implement inspection criteria and procedures according to customer requirements in order to meet established standards.
Participate in internal audits according to the AS9100 internal audit program in order to comply with the standard for external certification.
Participate in the development of corrective actions to ensure product, process and Quality Management System conformance in order to correct root cause and prevent recurrences.
Evaluate and select green inspectors in order to meet the required demand.
Supervise and direct the functions and activities of green inspectors in order to be consistent with standards and specifications.
Skills and knowledge requirements
Bachelor's degree in Engineering / Quality
3-5 years of experience in the area of Quality Control in a similar company preferred.
Morgan Advanced Materials is an EEO/AA/M/W/D/V Employer
- Corrective And Preventive Action (Capa)
- Quality Management
- Visual Inspections