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Quality Co-Ordinator - Science / Materials Engineering Grads

Quality Co-Ordinator - Science / Materials Engineering Grads

Location Northampton, Northamptonshire
Job Type Immediate Start Graduate Role
Salary £19000 - £22500 per annum
Sector Chemistry Graduate Jobs, Materials Science Graduate Jobs, Science and Research


Systems Co-Ordinator - Science / Materials Engineering related graduates

Job Location: Northamptonshire (commutable from Northampton, Kettering, Leicester, Corby, Market Harborough etc.)
Job Salary: £20,500 - £22,500 DOE
Job Type: Permanent Full Time
Job Keywords: Science Jobs / Chemistry Jobs / Chemical Engineering Jobs / Health and Safety Jobs / Materials Engineering Jobs / Materials Science Jobs / Compliance Jobs

We are currently working with a well-known material testing company in Northamptonshire who are looking to hire a Science or Materials Engineering related graduate to start as soon as possible.

The company are well established and have been operating for almost 100 years now, serving customers worldwide. They have a positive history of hiring graduates and progressing them throughout the company, offering good benefits and training opportunities.

Job Duties:

The main responsibility of this role will be maintaining and improving current processes and systems to ensure compliance with the company's Health and Safety Policies.

  • Maintain and update equipment calibration schedule
  • Carrying out equipment calibration in accordance to standards
  • Generate calibration certificates
  • Liaising with subcontractors and other essential services via phone and email
  • Calculating uncertainty of measurement budgets
  • Manage health and safety standards



Job Requirements

  • A degree in either a Science or Materials Engineering or related
  • Accuracy and attention to detail are essential
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Understanding of ISO 17025 would be a benefit
  • Understanding of how to work out Uncertainty of Measurement budgets is desirable but not essential