Careers

careers

The Company

Join an ambitious and exciting biomedical company at the forefront of technological advances within the fertility field. Based in the stunning coastal setting of Falmouth, Cornwall, RI’s reach extends to all areas of the globe selling its products in over 100 countries. We offer a stimulating, collaborative and innovative working environment and also the peace of mind that the job you will do can make a difference in helping couples to fulfil their dreams of starting a family.

The Location

Falmouth is home to superb Blue Flag beaches, stunning cliff walks and a vibrant town centre with a fantastic range of shops, galleries, visitor attractions, bars and bistros.  The abundance of top quality cafes, restaurants and artisan food outlets have placed Cornwall firmly on the culinary map.  A huge range of cultural events and music festivals also take place throughout the year attracting crowds from across the county and overseas.

People from around the world relocate to Cornwall every year to build their dream life with the perfect work life balance.  Countless scenic inlets, creeks, coves and surfing beaches strung along the spectacular Cornish coastline offer the perfect opportunity to relax and unwind after work.  Home to artists, sailors, explorers, musicians, boat builders, arts students, business owners and creatives, Falmouth is alive with new thinking and great opportunities making it the ideal place to start or continue shaping your career.

Get in Touch

We welcome unsolicited applications from suitably qualified applicants, please send your CV / resume to jobs@research-instruments.com.

 

 Current Vacancies


Quality Engineer

Department: Quality Assurance

The Position:

Responsibility for product quality throughout the manufacturing facility, working with the Design & Production teams.

Essential Functions:

  • Be part of the team on New Product Developments as well as New Product Acquisitions in order to assess supplier and component implications
  • Support development and implementation of supplier quality program
  • Act as a Supplier Liaison for component related issues
  • Managing the Non-conforming item log
  • Evaluate, audit, select and monitor suppliers for approval
  • Perform risk analysis for components and suppliers
  • Investigate CAPA
  • Review incoming inspection criteria and make recommendations as required
  • Member of team performing PFMEAs
  • Root cause investigation of non-conforming parts in production
  • Assist with in-process audits
  • Perform Customer complaint investigations

Skills/Qualifications:

  • Degree in Engineering or related experience
  • Preferably background in Quality Assurance and Quality Control within the Medical Devices Industry
  • Minimum 5 years’ work experience in Quality, Manufacturing, or Engineering (Preferably within the Medical Devices Industry)
  • Knowledge of ISO13485 quality systems
  • Internal/External audit experience
  • Ability to perform Root Cause Analysis
  • Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) experience desirable.
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Office Suite Software.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects and tasks
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficient interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively in a cross-functional team.
  • Resourcefulness and problem solving ability
  • Results driven work ethic and can-do attitude
  • Ability to travel both UK and overseas

Salary is dependent on experience but in the range of £25,000 – £30,000

 

Please apply in writing with your CV and a covering letter to: jobs@research-instruments.com

Closing Date: 17th March 2017

You can download our Job Application here.   Please note: Only complete this application if requested to do so

Due to the number of applications we receive, we are unable to reply to all of them. If you do not hear from us within one month, you have not been successful.