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Quality Control Technician - Glasgow

Ref: 369 Date Posted: Thursday 07 Feb 2019
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Job: Quality Control Technician

Location: Inchinnan

Job Type: Full-time, permanent

Hours: 40 hours per week, 8.00am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday


Peak Scientific Instruments, a fast–growing company specialising in the manufacture of laboratory gas generators, are seeking to hire a Quality Control Technician to join our growing team here at Peak HQ, in Inchinnan.


THE ROLE: Reporting to the Quality Manager you will be responsible for maintaining quality control procedures throughout the company’s manufacturing process. Key responsibilities will include –

  • Maintain the Quality Control procedure throughout the company’s manufacturing process.
  • Support the manufacture of our product to achieve the optimum quality of manufacture and product service.
  • Collate and report data relating to material supplies, product build and test performance.
  • Carry out audits, both internal and external to the supply chain.
  • Develop process and internal quality levels.
  • Maintain calibration certificates for all test and measurement equipment and maintain validation of operation.
  • Create, monitor and drive Non-Conformance with manufacturing and suppliers and re-work of parts where applicable, in line with company procedures.
  • Maintain the company MRP system in terms of in-house damaged goods and the physical rejection process.
  • Maintain accurate and legible quality records of product build, test and concessions.
  • Maintain information relating to hazardous materials and practices.


THE CANDIDATE: The successful candidate will have previous experience of working in a similar role within manufacturing, preferably from a mechanical and /or electrical background. You will also possess:

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Self-motivated & keen team player
  • Willingness to embrace new challenges within a growing company.
  • Flexibility and commitment to getting the job done
  • Attention to detail
  • IT skills including MS Excel
  • Ability to input, retrieve and analyse data
  • Minimum of 1 year’s relevant QC experience, or equivalent
  • Full product and test training will be provided


At Peak we don’t recruit to fill a vacancy, we target individuals who fit our culture and values. The atmosphere is fun, friendly but with a high degree of professionalism and a non- corporate feel.  We respect our colleagues, customers and suppliers and we offer freedom to act, to challenge the status quo but to also take responsibility. Peak Scientific is a global market leader in the design, manufacture and servicing of instrument gas generators for analytical laboratories. With over a decade of sustained high growth and an international footprint of 480 staff across 21 countries, Peak is one of Scotland’s fastest growing manufacturing businesses; a status recognised recently with the accolade of being one of only two companies in the UK to be awarded two Queens Awards for Enterprise in 2016.

If you have what it takes to be part of Peak, make the move today and click APPLY!

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