Project Quality Manager C12-2352
Develop inspection program and procedures to support both source inspection and offshore inspection activities.
Develop Inspection and Test Plans (ITP’s) for both purchased and leased equipment
Perform evaluation and selection of inspection personnel
Coordinate inspection and examinations of equipment and materials purchased by WorleyParsons or customers.
Coordinate offshore inspection personnel for client
Organization of meetings, detailed technical reporting on the results of inspection activities.
Monitoring and tracking of project Action Items, NCR's, scheduling and documentation including development of inspection reports.
Complete Close-out Evaluations and Supplier Evaluations.
Determine areas of potential improvement in supplier quality management processes. In conjunction with the Supplier Inspection coordinator ensure that customer quality management requirements and concerns regarding supplier performance are being identified and managed effectively.
Review of contract terms and specifications to ensure clear understanding of technical requirements and prerequisite verification and certification requirements.
Undertake and/or coordinate technical review of supplier data submissions typically including; quality plans, process and personnel qualifications and manufacturing records and certification.
Chair or attend and record pre-inspection meetings when specified by the Supplier Inspection Coordinator and follow-up implementation and close-out of agreed actions.
Monitor supplier technical query and design change control processes.
Monitor supplier non-conformance and corrective action processes, and where necessary, raise non-conformance notes and facilitate disposition of non-conforming products and services.
Analyze and report on supplier performance for input into supplier re-qualification and management review processes.
BA/BS in related field or applicable discipline, or equivalent of relevant experience. Generally 15+ years experience in field; Typically 5+ years supervisory and/or management experience; Manages work directly. Characterized as providing mostly functional direction.
Manages single, less complex function; Responsible for the daily administration of company policies and processes in order for the functional group to meet business objectives; Adapts to organizational plans in order to set direction for work teams; Requires broad knowledge of at least one functional area within the organization;
Self-motivated and able to work independently as well as able to lead others through effective management and leadership skills. Participates in solving difficult technical issues requiring a broad knowledge related to functional responsibilities; Solutions are derived from available resources provided internally through senior leaders and established policies and procedures.
The ability to effectively communicate and take a leadership role in preparing and presenting complex program proposals and reports to senior level management is critical. Ability to understand and react with diverse groups and operations. Ability to persuade and influence others. Ability to recognize and resolve conflict. Commitment to customer service and ability to work in a team-oriented environment. Manages work directly or through professionals leading others. Typically will interface with lower level personnel, upper level management, customers, and outside vendors.
General attributes required of all employees involved in leadership include: Zero Harm, Action Orientation, Building Effective Business Relationships, Commitment, Customer Focus, Dealing with Change, Drive for Results, Integrity and Trust, and Leadership Skills including Strategic Ability, Managing Vision & Purpose, Command Skills, and Global Business Knowledge.