|Company||Rullion Engineering Ltd|
|Location||London, England/London All|
|Career Level||Intermediate Level|
|Salary||£21 per day|
|Company Size||Large (1000+ employees)|
|Posted Date||December 22nd 2009|
|Closing Date||January 22nd 2010 (for applications)|
FARO Arm Measurement Fitter
We are currently searching for a FARO Arm Measurement Inspector for a contract role with a rail company.
Based in Acton, London, the FARO Arm Measurement Inspector will carry out inspection on Faro Alarms on Rolling Stock.
The Faro ARM Measurement Inspector will collate and analyse all data found during the diagnosis of equipment failures, making recommendations where applicable to enable improved production practices.
The Faro ARM Measurement Inspector will recommend actions to the Businesses resulting from the analysis of routine inspection reports to facilitate better business performance.
The Faro ARM Measurement Inspector will conduct internal product quality audits against the requirements of the quality system, ISO9001 and customer specifications, highlighting areas of non-compliance and looking for improvements in engineering working practices.
The Faro ARM Measurement Inspector will conduct finished work inspection of safety critical equipment, goods inward inspection, failure investigation of safety critical equipment, warranty failure diagnosis.
The correct Faro Alarm Inspector will have experience of Faro Arm measurement inspection in any environment, and will have an ONC or equivalent in an Electrical or Mechanical discipline.
If you are interested in this Faro Arm Inspection position, please apply on line or contact Vicky for details on 0207 645 3606.
Length: Min. 5 months contract
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