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EC&I Quality Inspector

Job Type:


Electrical Quality Inspector


"Join the Submarine Dismantling Project in Rosyth as a Mechanical Quality Inspector and ensure excellence in nuclear engineering!"

Contract: 12 month + contract

Hours: 37 hours per week

Location: Rosyth

Project: Submarine Dismantling Project (SDP)

Rate: Negotiable

Industry: Nuclear

Inside IR35


- Can start on BPSS Clearance

- Need to be eligible for SC Clearance

Key Responsibilities:

Focussed on providing high quality EC&I inspection services on behalf of the Stage 2 'collaborative' project team and supporting the Stage 2 Quality Manager in ensuring that all CE&I related SDP Stage 2 works are carried out in accordance with the client's, regulatory and legislative requirements and that the products and systems meet design intent.

-          Proactively support and advise the SDP Stage 2 Project on CE&I quality matters.

-          Attend Quality, Engineering and Start-Up meetings with contractors / suppliers, as required.

-          Approval of Suppliers and Contractors quality related documents including the review and approval of Quality Plans and Inspection and Test Plans to ensure that the activities provide the evidential trail that design intent will be met.

-          Ensuring processes are in place to prevent Counterfeit, Foreign and Suspect Items entering the SDP supply chain.

-          Inspection at the contractor's / supplier's premises.

-          Ensure all measuring equipment is calibrated and in date.

-          Receipt inspection of equipment and ancillaries at the Rosyth site.

-          Inspection of electrical installation work.

-          Completion of Inspection and Check Lists / Certificates.

-          Sign-off of Quality Plans and Inspection and Test Plans.

-          Review of Lifetime Records (CE&I)

-          Contribute to Lessons learnt.

-          Contribute to the performance assessment of contractors and suppliers.

-          Contribute to the performance assessment of SDP.

-          To assist the SDP Stage 2 Quality Manager in ensuring that any quality non-conformances / quality issues are managed and closed out.

-          Willing to travel to supplier locations / sites throughout the UK and occasionally overseas.

Essential Experience/Qualifications:

-          3 years + experience as a CE&I Inspector

-          Recognised qualifications such as a degree in electrical engineering and / or HNC or HND with relevant experience.

-          Certified to Wiring Regulations 18th Edition.

Desirable Experience/Qualifications:

-          Experience and knowledge of CE&I Inspection requirements related to the Nuclear Industry or other highly regulated high hazard industry.

-          To have security clearance or ability to attain it.

Essential Skills:

-          Computer literate with experience in using software packages relevant to the role e.g. word, excel, outlook, etc.

-          The ability to produce accurate and appropriate information (e.g. inspection reports etc.) in a timely manner.

Who we are

First Recruitment Group are committed to finding the right candidates for our clients, and the right companies for our candidates to work for. We’re passionate about putting people first, and take pride in being able to offer an all-round service for candidates and clients with our payroll solution, Primis + and workforce management solution, Operam.

As part of putting people first, we strive to be an equal opportunities employer and we are always looking to increase the diversity of our workforce, working closely with our clients to ensure everyone is included. If you would like some more information, please email rheanna.talmage@firstrg.com


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