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Quality Manager




Job Type

Full Time

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Tate, a world-class global data centre interiors design engineering and manufacturing business, operating within the safeguard of the Kingspan Group PLC valued at over $9bn, is currently in search of a dynamic Quality Manager.

As the Quality Manager at Tate, operating within our Operations team you will play a critical role in shaping the future of our organisation. by implementing rigorous quality control measures and fostering a culture of continuous improvement. This is a remarkable opportunity to make a significant impact on our organisation's growth journey as we continue to expand our manufacturing capability across all regions.

About Tate:

At Tate, we are passionate about everything we do. Tate has been recognised worldwide as an industry leader in the development and manufacture of data centre infrastructure solutions, for over 60 years. We have expanded our manufacturing footprint across the US, Europe, Canada, Australia and are excited to add a new 275,000 sq ft manufacturing site in St Paul’s Virginia, additional 4,000 sq ft of manufacturing at our site in Belgium in Q1 2024 alone. As a member of the Kingspan Data & Flooring Division, the business is responsible for delivering $400m global annual revenue of which, our new Virginia site will contribute in excess of $200m after just 12 months in operation, specifically for our Cloud customers.

Our experienced team is expanding, and we are excited about our fresh, dynamic, and inclusive team of experts working collaboratively on projects, as we continue to stay ahead of the Data Centre revolution. We continue to invest heavily in the best available manufacturing tools and equipment needed to adhere to Tate’s world-class standards and our business remains committed to developing lower-carbon, sustainable solutions, in keeping with our 10-year Planet Passionate sustainability strategy. We are excited by potentially welcoming you as part of our team. Together, let's shape the future of data centre infrastructure with innovation, excellence, and a passion for sustainable growth.

At Tate, you can expect the stability and growth of a long-established multinational coupled with the speed and dynamism of a fast-paced growing company. The perfect balance!

Key Purpose of the Role:

Reporting to the Plant Manager, the Quality Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of quality within manufacturing and supply chain activities. The role includes leadership responsibility for 2 Quality Technicians currently covering a production shift rota. You will be expected to take a lead role in problem-solving, supporting, and coaching using recognised lean initiatives such as RCA, 5 Why’s and 8D. This role will work closely with Production, Engineering and R&D Teams to ensure smooth execution of changes and new product introduction.

Key Responsibilities

  • Working with the senior management team to develop and maintain quality strategies, KPIs and policies for the business.

  • Maintaining the Quality Management Systems – working with the Management Systems and Compliance Specialist.

  • Supporting New Product introduction from a quality perspective, working closely with both Engineering and Design Teams.

  • Undertaking both internal audits and external supplier audits.

  • Leadership of Supplier Quality Assurance activities in conjunction with purchasing.

  • Playing a lead role during product development.

  • Utilise your knowledge of the latest regulatory standards for product testing.

  • Drive and embed robust preventative corrective actions in response to any product returns.

  • Take lead in En10-90, ISO 9001, 14001 & 45001 audits and conduct routine internal audits on this standard.


  • Degree qualifications (Level 8) within Quality or Manufacturing

  • Solid and stable experience in a quality of manufacturing role

  • Experience in leading ISO 9001 and EN1090 auditing

  • Structured, self-motivated and passionate about quality.

  • Time served in an Engineering discipline would be highly regarded.

  • Result oriented individual who is comfortable dealing with cross-functional teams.

  • Six Sigma Green Belt or Black Belt certified would be highly regarded.

Stay connected with us on LinkedIn for insights into life at Tate.

Tate is an equal-opportunity employer. We encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds and experiences.

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