Role: Quality Lead
Department: Digital Forensic Unit
Location: Priory Road
Salary: £35,484 (with annual increments)
Hours: 37 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
We are recruiting for Quality Lead to work within our busy Digital Forensic Unit, based at Priory Road.
This is a unique opportunity to work within the heart of Local Policing, assisting police officers and members of the public on a daily basis.
As Quality Lead you will have day to day responsibility of the development and maintenance of the Quality Manual (QM) and working with UKAS during key audit phases within the DFU. In accordance with the requirements of ISO standards, has the responsibility and authority for ensuring that the management system operated within the unit is implemented and all aspects of the laboratory and its operation are conducted in compliance with the ISO standards and codes of practice.
To be the focal...
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