Ensuring that the quality management system (QMS) is fully implemented in an organized and efficient manner.
Responsible for working closely with related engineering, construction and project delivery departments making sure that technical quality standards are being met and that the company quality procedures and controls are being followed.
Manage and oversee project quality to ensure compliance to codes, standards, regulations, equipment specific specifications, and QMS requirements.
Advancing quality achievement and performance improvement throughout the company.
Managing the development and implementation of the QMS for planning, fabrication, inspection, documentation, and operations activities including: Establishing service standards for end users (i.e., internal department or external customer);
Taking full responsibility for hold-point releases once all QMS functions have been completed and the equipment is ready to go into the next work stage.
Developing and implementing risk-based inspection (RBI) activities and processes, using API 580 and other similar programs to develop internal standard practices.
Managing plant integrity through a failure analysis reporting system and following up on recommendations.
Oversee supervision of all visual inspections and NDE, including 3rd party subcontractors.
Managing inspection, NDE, and testing plans for new construction, repair work, and alterations.
Identify and develop solutions to correct inspection function deficiencies.
Manage construction processes, plant equipment, inspection and NDE personnel certification and QMS internal audits.
Bachelor’s Degree or Equivalent in Engineering or Science degree.
Membership of related professional affiliation.
Must have a minimum of 10 years of experience in understanding and performing quality inspection pressure equipment in a plant or a fabrication/repair organization.
Experience performing corrosion monitoring and API 579-1/ASME FFS-1 fitness for service (FFS) analysis of pressure equipment.
IOC Experience is preferred.
Advanced knowledge of project specific documentation related to new equipment turnover for installation, inspection, testing, repairs, and alterations.
Advanced knowledge of safety programs.
Supervision of safe storage and verification of all project related documentation, both paper documents and electronic files.
Experience with managing field engineering, inspection, and NDE related to all QA/QC functions.
Experience in project planning, execution (construction realities), management, and communication with all engineering groups.
Experience in shutdown planning and execution.
Ability to develop and manage non-conformance, deficiencies, and reporting programs, including root cause analysis.
Experience in developing and monitoring of project QA/QC budgets.
Ability to ensure correct codes, standards, job specifications, project procedures, federal and provincial regulations are properly identified, correctly specified in detail, and met or exceeded.
Experience with the creation and administration of inspection planning, weld/welder tracking, RBI, FFS, and reporting programs.
OPITO Minimum Industry Safety Standards (MIST)
Required Key Skills
Deadline, achievement and target orientated.
Ability to demonstrate sound work ethic, communicate professionally with senior management and personnel of all stakeholders.
Clear verbal and written communication in English.
Attention to detail with ability to understand the big picture within the context of benefitting the organization.
Exceptional attention to detail, and talent for accuracy and precision
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work well under pressure
Good IT skills
Application Closing Date
10th February, 2021