Closing Date: 31/01/2020

Term: Permanent, Full Time

Precision Investment Castings Ltd (PIC) is proud to be one of the longest serving manufacturers of investment castings in Europe with over 70 years of expertise. PIC specialise in high integrity castings in both Ferrous and Non-Ferrous materials supplied from a single UK base to a diverse range of sectors; Aerospace, Automotive, Defence, Marine, Medical, Oil and Gas & Railways.

As our business continues to grow and expand, we are now looking to appoint an experienced Quality Manager to join the senior management team. The jobholder will oversee the Aerospace Investment Casting manufacturing facility; including the Wax/Shell /Foundry /Finishing and Final release processes. You will lead and manage all aspects of Quality engineering relating to the manufacturing of castings and downstream processing.

You will be able to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment and clear communication skills is an integral part of the manufacturing process. You will be able to comprehend complex manufacturing operations and understand detailed customer specifications. You should also be able to optimise day-to-day activities whilst at the same time minimizing costs.

Your goal is to ensure that production processes deliver products that maximise quality and technical compliance in a profitable manner. This empowered opportunity will utilise your excellent customer service skills in this high precision and often demanding environment. You will organise and lead a team of skilled inspectors and support staff, planning and prioritising workloads for the business.

You will have demonstrable and solid understanding of maintaining AS9100 and ISO quality systems as required, with experience and understanding of FAIR’s, CMM inspection / programming and NDT inspection.

This is a permanent, full time position. We are offering a competitive compensation package, including basic salary, 25 days holidays plus bank holidays, generous contributory company pension and life assurance scheme.

To apply in the first instance, please send your current CV to: