Quality Control Inspector (Nightshift)

Location: Woking, GB

Operative, Quality Control Inspector

Nightshift

Purpose of the Role:

To ensure conforming composite, metallic or tooling parts are released from Inspection to their next operation, be that manufacture operation or build task.

Role Dimensions:

The measurement of parts using any and all methods within McLaren Racing inspection capability, in order to deliver 3 core accountabilities.

The measurement of all required features of final race car parts prior to release to build

The measurement of all required features of sub components prior to release to their next operations

The measurement of all required features of tooling prior to release to their next operation

Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

A fully indentured engineering background in precision engineering or similar industry

Experience working within a machine shop or within a first off inspection area is highly desirable.

Fully proficient metallics inspector across a fill spectrum of F1 products including proficiency in the listed equipment

Co-ordinate measurement machine (PC DIMIS)

Visual measurement machine

Contracer & surface finish
Handyscan

Manual inspection tools

Fully proficient composite inspector across a full spectrum of F1 products including proficiency in the listed equipment

MetroScan

Faro Arm & Scanner

Fully computer literate including experience using the following software

PCDIMIS online & offline essential

Dassault systems

VX elements

GOM inspect

Faro or Power Inspect

MS Office

Javelin ERP system

Full understanding of GD&T

A keen and able problem solver that is able to translate faults in quotative data and present in an understandable manner for machining department to rectify

Personal Attributes:

Must be focused and able to work in a methodical manner, even when working under pressure

Able to build relations with machining departments and take a pro-active approach in providing the best inspection service possible.

Conscientious approach to workload with flexibility in working hours and tasks undertaken

Must have the ability to work either alone or as part of a team

Organised with an excellent attention to detail

Drive, self-motivated and extremely pro-active

Earns respect of team members by their own actions, team player

Determined, results focused, driven to achieve successful outcomes.

These are our core values. They support our vision ‘to deliver the most exciting and inspiring performance in racing‘ and are the things that we believe are most important in the way we live and work within the McLaren Racing family. They should directly inform how we think, how we behave, and how we perform at every level of our team. 

Ingenuity

We never stop pushing forward

We look for advantage in everything

We bring creativity to challenges

We strive for simplicity

Energy

We bring energy to everything we do

We connect people to the thrill of racing

We share passion for our great sport

We never give up

Humility

We are respectful

We roll up our sleeves to get the job done

We serve the team

We are custodians of our legacy

Openness

We are open minded and curious

We own failures, learn and improve

We communicate with clarity and honesty

We are open to challenge

Bravery

We are at our best when we’re at our bravest

We embrace opportunity

We take responsibility for our actions

We believe in what we do

All employees must ensure compliance with the Company Health and Safety Policy, and all relevant other statutory Health and Safety legislation.

This job description may not detail some less major duties allocated to the post holder, nor cover duties of a similar nature, commensurate with the role, which may from time to time be reasonably required by the relevant manager.