Multinational civil engineering contractor with an extensive background of delivering major projects on a global basis require a Section Quality Engineer to join their team on a major highways scheme based in South Wales.
The project is valued at £500.M and delivered over a five year programme. The scheme consists of 17Km of duel carriageway and 29 structures.
Responsible for supporting the Quality Managers in the follow up of the QA requirements, especially the Inspection Check Sheets as well as ensuring that the works comply with the contract requirements.
Carry out inspections on site to confirm the adequacy of the checking system and authorised personnel.
Assist the construction team with the control of subcontractors work regarding the standard of work offered.
Where the works do not comply ensure that Non-conformance Reports are produced, preventative action is taken, and that they are closed in a timely manner.
Prevent defective work being produced.
Monitor the quality of materials delivered to site via goods inwards inspections.
Ensure attendance when snagging of completed work takes place and the closing out of these works on an ongoing basis.
Report directly to the Head of Quality on problems encountered on site.
Staff training in QC inspection, offer advice and support to the team.
Involvement in the collation and completion of project record packages.
Timely reporting of defects.
Ensure all Permanent Materials are backed by a MAR.
Ensure inspection Check sheets are reflecting the course of the works
Support the site team and the DSR in the closure of check sheets.
Prepare and agree ITPs with the site team and the DSR.
Ensure that all activities on site follow our approved ITPs.
Ensure all trends identified are raised with the Head of Quality, Quality Managers Material Manager and PTU Manager.
Ensure all departments audited are following Quality Management system procedures
Provide guidance or quality training to staff on issues found during audits.
Assist with the reporting on the performance of the projects Quality Management System and participating in the Management Review process.
Identify high risk areas of the project to ensure effective audit planning to mitigate risk through auditing.
Attend pre-start meetings with all new suppliers and subcontractors to train, teach and promote the implementation of the Quality system since the engagement.
Consider the environment in decision making, including material procurement, energy efficiency, pollution, and ecology on site.
Be environmentally aware of the consequences of actions; be familiar with relevant project documentation, standards and contractual requirements
Take reasonable care for the safety of themselves and of any other person who may be affected by what they do or fail to do at work.
Co-operate with their employers or any other persons in the performance of their statutory duties.
Not to misuse or interfere with anything provided in the interests of health, safety or welfare.