If you are an auditor and would like to advertise your availability, please use this thread to post anything you would like to promote your services. I suggest a link to your web site and/or a brief profile - some basic information.
My basic expectation if you do this is that you be a regular, active participant in the forum and that you are helping others here. I will delete any one-shot Nellies who come, post their advertisement and are not active in helping others.
Expectation is 100 or more posts, because this is free advertising.
My auditing experience has been in ISO9001 and 2:1994, QS9000 Third Edition, and now ISO/IEC17025. I would willingly turn my hand to audit any other standard, but have no specific experience of auditing other standards (such as ISO14001, etc).
I am an Associate Memeber of the Institute of Quality Assurance, and an IRCA registered Internal Auditor (when the cert comes through).
I have considerable experience of predominantly ISO9000 in the mechanical engineering manufacturing industry, and have a high formal education in Mechanical and Production Engineering.
I am not a consultant or self employed so I would see this as helping someone out in my spare time - but it would be a professional job
Thanks Marc, I am a twenty year quality guy, certified Lead Assessor and an RAB Provisional Auditor looking for full time auditing or Part-time in the Southeast. I also have developed my own Internal Auditing class and have certified my own auditors.
Rather tough to answer there - depending on what you call training and experience in Metrology. I have limited training through a few college courses (and almost every seminar offered by gage manufacturers) and 30 some years in quality. I am a trained and approved 2pCP auditor for the AIAG lab approval program. I don't feel I am specially trained or qualified for auditing 17025 because it isn't my regular job. I fill a need. I do however feel confident that I am assessing a supplier fairly and competently. I feel the same when I audit a supplier's QMS. That isn't my regular job either.