Graduate Production Quality Engineer

Company Background

Keystone Group is a market leader in the building materials and products markets in the UK, Ireland and Continental Europe providing materials to leading bluechip companies including Jewsons, Travis Perkins and Saint Gobain.  The Keystone Group is the UK and Ireland’s largest Steel Lintel manufacturer and Keylite Roof Windows is Europe’s fastest growing Roof Window manufacturer. The Keystone Group includes Keystone Lintels, IG Lintels, Acier Lintels, Keylite Roof Window, IG GRP and Smartroof.


 Position Overview

This is a new position within the company. The potential employee will primarily be responsible for the day to day management of quality of production and the control of quality procedures and accreditations. The company currently holds BBA, ISO: 9001, Investors in People, ISO: 14001 and FSC



  • Maintain and develop a robust quality control system that ensures zero tolerance regarding quality

non conformances.

  • To ensure that all products are manufactured to an agreed quality procedure.
  • To ensure the production process is controlled in such a way as to eliminate non conformances.
  • To strictly control incoming materials in accordance with quality procedures.
  • To develop and maintain quality procedures for new products.
  • Control all quality procedures and undertake all quality audits ensuring that the company standards

And accreditations remain at the highest levels.

  • Liaise with Technical Engineers regarding quality and manufacturing requirements and ensure that

These requirements are followed throughout the manufacturing process.

  • Undertake supplier quality audits.


Special Skills and Qualifications

  • Graduate with degree in engineering/manufacturing/business/quality
  • Good computer literacy (Microsoft Excel/Word/Outlook)
  • Excellent work ethic
  • Self-motivated and highly organized
  • Ability to read production drawings
  • Can comfortably work unsupervised or as part of a team
  • Focused on customer service

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