Parts / Goods In Quality Controller

Negotiable / Competitive
29 May 2018
26 Jun 2018
Orange Recruitment
Contract Type
Full Time

Parts / Goods In Quality Controller
Oundle, Peterborough (PE84HN)

Department/Section: Procurement
Responsible to: Procurement Manager (day to day relationship with the Quality Manager)

Main purpose of job:
To be responsible for all matters relating to inbound supplier quality of nominated suppliers, acting as a key interface between purchasing/suppliers, production and engineering departments as part of the Procurement Department relating to inbound material supply of product.

Main duties/key tasks:

  • To be responsible for monitoring the inbound quality of supplies from nominated suppliers
  • Inspect and repackaged goods after inspection
  • Ensure goods received are adequately packed and all paperwork is attached to the individual parts.
  • Liaise with stores team to ensure QC goods are booked in or liaise with purchasing/ suppliers where faulty goods/shortages or non-conformance issues are identified and where appropriate resolve issues direct with suppliers.
  • To ensure non-conforming goods are returned to supplier and follow up to resolve issues
  • To maintain a record of all returns, suppliers and resolutions relating to the product process and quality system and compile a weekly report providing an update of supply issues, quarantined goods status, scrappage etc. to the Purchasing Manager and Quality Manger
  • To act as link between internal production/quality and internal SQA staff, for matters relating to the quality of supplied material from our supply chain and help identify problems and make suggestions to the purchasing team to resolve issues relating to product, process, and quality systems.
  • To manage all goods placed into the quarantined goods area in stores and take appropriate action
  • General administration tasks required as part of the Goods In quality control activities
  • Comply at all times with the letter and spirit of the Company's Health, Safety & Environmental Policy, Equality Policy and Code of Conduct;
  • Carry out any other duties as are within the scope, spirit and purpose of the job as requested by the jobholder's line manager.

NB: This job description will be updated from time to time at the clients discretion in order to ensure it properly reflects the duties and responsibilities required of the role. The jobholder and line manager should review currency and relevance at least annually through the Company appraisal process.

Key Competencies

  • attention to detail
  • communication skills - verbal and written
  • data collection
  • problem analysis and problem solving
  • planning and organizing
  • judgement
  • decision-making
  • teamwork
  • hands on - can do attitude
  • commitment to working the hours to fulfil the job, including flexibility of working


  • Good standard of education - minimum GCSE grade 4 or above (C) in English and Mathematics and excellent written and verbal communication skills


  • Experience of working in a Quality Assurance role (preferably within a goods in warehouse environment)