Quality Control Coordinator

Location:
Drigg, Holmrook, UK
Salary:
From £34.76 to £45 per hour
Advertiser:
Elevate Direct
Date advertised:
22.10.19
Job details:
The role:
The Quality Control Coordinator is the main point of contact for inspection services on a project and for ensuring that the necessary quality requirements are identified and implemented through the project life cycle. They lead and co-ordinate all inspection resources deployed on a project to ensure that an effective inspection service is delivered in line with the agreed inspection strategy. The Quality Control Coordinator provides assurance that the quality of the delivery of products and services satisfy stakeholder requirements and meets customer specifications.

Key accountabilities:
  • To be the main point of contact for inspection services on a project and to provide the interface between customers and suppliers
  • Providing inspection oversight and advice
  • Providing advice and appropriate technical support to customers on QC and inspection issues
  • Ensuring that company quality requirements and expectations are clearly communicated to suppliers
  • Confirming that products/outputs/deliverables meet specified requirements  through certification, validation and/or verification of inputs, processes and/or outputs
  • Collating, monitoring and trending the quality of delivery performance in their area of responsibility using performance indicators
  • Working with management to resolve quality control issues and ensure effective implementation of the inspection strategy
  • Investigating quality related concerns and events and identifying appropriate corrective/preventative action
  • Escalating quality issues to senior management through the Head of Quality as appropriate
  • Measuring, monitoring and reporting cost of failure 
  • Assessing the ability of suppliers to meet company specified requirements and participating in tender assessments and supply chain audits as required
  • Quality Leadership by acting as a role model for the behaviours that drive quality
  • Recording quality events in the site OSHENS system and encouraging others to do so
  • Development of a robust project/operations QC strategy to align to the QA Strategy and programme needs
  • Provision of an effective and resourced/coordinated inspection service in line with the agreed strategy in order to support project and site operations delivery
  • Verification that lifetime quality records (LTRs) are created and managed in accordance with company requirements
  • Undertaking investigations into QC-related problems and failures as assigned
  • Achieving demonstrable levels of technical competence in line with the competency requirements for the role and for maintaining skill levels through continued professional development and training
  • Nominate point of contact for reviewing, marking up and accepting quality plans and other quality related documentation on behalf of the company
  • Accepting lifetime quality records on behalf of the company
  • Raising any quality deviation or non-conformance as an event to trigger investigation and learning.
Essential requirements:
  • Diploma/certificate in Quality Management
  • CSWiP 3.2 Senior Weld Inspector
  • PCN Level 2 – magnetic testing
  • PCN Level 2 – penetrant testing
  • PCN Level 2 – radiography (RPS)
  • Lead Auditor Certification ISO 9001
  • Possession of appropriate professional qualification, together with substantive experience of quality audit/assurance in a project delivery/heavy manufacturing and operations environment.
Desirable requirements:
  • A proven track record in quality management systems and product/service delivery
  • A proven track record in training and delivery of quality improvement tools and techniques
  • Accredited to an appropriate professional body, for example CQI, IRCA.
Contact details:
Charlotte Williams, Elevate Direct, 65B Hopton Street, London SE1 9LR, UK. Tel: +44 (0)20 3883 5760.
Reference no:
CBS9JP000050454

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