Quality Specialist Assurance & Preservation Offplots
Job Description Quality Specialist - Assurance & Preservation
Part A: Job Specification
The Onshore Quality Specialist - Assurance & Preservation is responsible to coordinate effective implementation of the Company Construction Quality Surveillance Program and Preservation Compliance program for the Offplots projects (EPC-2, 3 & 4).
The Quality Specialist is responsible to coordinate the site Quality Assurance audits and Preservation field inspections. The position is responsible to establish KPI reporting including recommendations for improvement and corrective action.
This position provides guidance and leadership for all matters relating to the preservation compliance program to maintain the integrity of equipment and materials for the project.
Key Job Accountabilities
Quality Specialist is responsible for coordinating the implementation of Construction Quality surveillance program including reporting of statistics and recommendations for improvement.
Leading and coordinating QMS audits with EPC-1 Contractor, whilst maintaining reporting relationship with all Heads of Quality position with respect to their area of assignment.
Participates in EPC Contractor's audit program for project audits (audit plan, schedule, checklist, reports, etc.)
Provides verification that construction quality systems and procedures are implemented in compliance with the requirements of the approved Quality Management Systems.
Monitoring and tracking project deficiencies and reporting quality KPIs to the management team.
Promotes and monitors key processes such as Deficiency Reporting, Specification Deviation Request, Non-conformance Request, Corrective Action Reports, etc.
The Quality specialist provides oversight of the Preservation Compliance program to maintain integrity of equipment and materials for the project.
Work with the EPC contractors to ensure their preservation processes and plans are robust, fully documented and appropriately resourced.
Provide oversight on the contractors' preservation systems to ensure the documentation systems align with their preservation plans.
Identify if gaps exist between the preservation plans of different contractors and or contract scopes.
Work with commissioning and start-up to ensure preservation processes and documentation compliment commissioning and start-up activities
Provide single point contact for information and guidance when conflict arises pertaining to the overall care of equipment between interface owners.
Provide guidance to the EPC contractors in their development of Preservation Management Procedures, Preservation Activities Tracking and Reporting and turnover documentation. P
Part B: Person Specification - Minimum Requirements
Required Experience / Qualifications
10 years' experience associated with Quality Control & coordination of quality activities within the Oil & Gas Construction Industry and Registered Lead Assessor with IRCA/CQI or equivalent. (where equivalent is proposed, evidence of equivalence shall be provided).
Preferred: Associates Engineering or Engineering degree in Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Materials or Science.
Knowledge and Key Skills
Experience with multi-national contractors, in particular those involved in the construction of Temporary site facilities, LNG production facilities,
Strong coordination skills, extensive quality experience in responsible roles on major oil & gas engineering & construction projects
Experienced in facilitating & coordinating efforts to resolve interfaces issues
Experience with conducting audits & assessing process-driven quality systems
Experience with Preservation programs and procedures for Vendors and ECP contractors.
Technical and Business Skills
A thorough knowledge of codes and standards in relation to site construction and working within a structured Quality Management System
Must be capable of positive decision-making & demonstrating a high level of judgement & responsibility