Principal Quality Assurance Representative C12-2353
Project Quality Manager
The Project Quality Manager is responsible for Engineering Assurance, Procurement Inspection, and Sub-Contractor surveillance.
Work with the Location Quality Manager and the Project Management Team to ensure project management plans and dependent systems and procedures are developed and implemented in compliance with the requirements of WorleyParsons Project Management Process (WPMP) and Enterprise Management System (EMS) consistent with specific location, regulatory and contractual requirements.
Ensures project personnel are suitably
inducted in project quality plan requirements and to access and apply dependent
systems, procedures and reference materials via the project website,
Effective planning and implementation of design control, verification, and review activities based upon an effective risk-based assessment program.
Perform assessments as scheduled
Effective implementation and coordination of vendor assessment and inspection activities.
Effective implementation of non-conformance, corrective action, and preventive action management processes.
Analyze data and develop quality reports, provide input to monthly project reporting.
Perform other duties as necessary
BA/BS in related field or applicable discipline preferred, or equivalent years experience. Masters degree or professional certifications preferred. Expert knowledge of applicable theories, practices, and accepted procedures. Generally 15+ years of relevant experience.
Possesses and is recognized as a functional expert and thought leader within the department and broader organization. Anticipates complex internal and external business issues with impact on the organization and can recommend innovative program and/or program solutions. Contributes to strategic program development.
Advanced proficiency with applicable software applications in related field. Advanced analytical and problem solving skills. Accuracy and attention to detail critical. Ability to meet deadlines and manage priorities is critical. The ability to effectively communicate in English and take a leadership role in preparing and presenting complex program proposals and reports to senior level management is critical. Strong ability to persuade and influence others is critical.
Commitment to customer service and ability to guide department personnel in partnership with and during manager's absence is essential. Ability to maintain confidential information is critical.
Generally characterized as a "Leader" or "Principal" with the ability to conceptually interpret and guide the department program design and development. Ability to lead complex and often cross-functional project teams.
Typically will regularly interface with departmental staff and upper management, and frequently with outside customers.
General attributes required of all employees include: Zero Harm, Action Orientation, Building Effective Business Relationships, Commitment, Customer Focus, Dealing with Change, Drive for Results, Integrity and Trust, and Basic Leadership Skills.