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  • Job reference: RMS0179311

QA/QC Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: South East London, London
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 15/06/2017
  • Duration: ongoing
  • Time left:
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The Role:
Fircroft are seeking a Quality coordinator for a long term project within London

Location: London with some overseas travel as and when required
Duration; ongoing contract
Day Rate: TBC
Team: procurement/Engineering

Ideal candidate will have experience of facilities such as Oil Production facilities, plant operators, wells operations, well sites, well testing, heat exchangers, reciprocating pumps etc.

Main responsibilities:
Specifying QA requirements for equipment and/or service
Provision of content and/or review of QA requirements for RFIs or RFPs/RFQs.
Evaluation of suppliers' responses (including clarifications and exceptions) and requests applicable to QA related content in RFIs/RFPs/RFQs, and provision of responses. Provision of QA requirements (via contract/PO/call-off with equipment supplier) for well equipment orders and verification that QA requirements are correctly stated (e.g. ensuring no conflict between Equipment SoR and other contract wording).
Specifying QA requirements for equipment to be rented, assembled or serviced.
Provision of requirements for surveillance inspection assignments to be undertaken by NIB.
Evolving company's material commodity catalogue to ensure QA/QC and quality verification documentation requirements are adequate for the parts.
Review and evaluation of supplier proposals
Support Procurement in evaluating suppliers' QA/QC proposals in bids and making recommendations based on findings.
Reviewing and endorsing suppliers' QCPs applicable equipment, including mark-up for NIB surveillance inspection activities. For hold witness review and monitor PCM Intervention points
Reviewing and endorsing Inspection Matrices submitted by the supplier and liaising with the Project Engineer or Discipline Engineer on any issues arising from the review. Copying Project Engineer or Discipline Engineer on all endorsed QCPs returned to the supplier.
Participation in pre-production meetings (PPMs).
Ensuring that the NIB is presented with the relevant purchasing documentation and relevant Equipment SoR details prior to PPM.
Ensuring surveillance inspection is planned, arranged and conducted for critical steps in the manufacturing, test, assembly and service provision (where surveillance is required) including:
Reviewing NIB Inspection Reports to ensure:
The supplier is performing work in accordance with requirements;
Issues raised are closed out;
The reporting requirements have been followed.
Ensuring NIB service provider manhour charges are checked and correctly applied. Assisting in the measurement of NIB performance.
Reviewing Supplier Quality Plans (ITP's) to ensure that the Project's review, hold, or witness point(s) requirements have been identified
Reviewing Criticality Assessments, exceptions, Deviation Requests and Concession Requests, in conjunction with the Discipline Engineer. Advising or giving opinion to the Discipline Engineer on whether exceptions, deviations and concessions should be accepted or rejected.
Assisting in the measurement of supplier performance.
Confirming (usually via NIB) that the final data package is in accordance with the technical documentation requirements that apply to the contract/order.
Participating in supplier audits
Conducting Facility Surveillance Visits for conformity assessment purposes
Participation in RCA or other form of failure/problem investigation and recommending or implementing corrective actions
New supplier vetting - quality and performance
Generation of Project Quality Plans
Expediting suppliers to ensure timely delivery of procured materials
Managing third party inspection companies and providing technical support as required. Preparation and issuance of supplier inspection assignments. Arranging QA/QC during Inspection Test Plans (ITP) activities, final inspections and Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) as necessary.
Leading, participating and reporting on quality management system audits and arrange for evaluation of a supplier's quality system, when required by Project or Procurement teams
Ad Hoc tasks as requested

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Preferably hold a relevant degree or technical Diploma from a recognized university
Extensive upstream oil industry experience in both QA and QC activities covering green and brown field upstream projects. Primary experience relating to surface facilities, however supplemental experience relating to drilling and completion materials would be advantageous.
Preferably have a minimum of 10 (ten) years' international experience working in countries having similar characteristics and conditions to Chad or countries other than the United States, Canada and United Kingdom
Preferably be an ISO 9001 Trained lead Auditor with extensive project Audit experience
Preferably hold professional membership such as IRCA, ASQ, MIAQP, CQI, ASNT, UKEC etc.
Possess a working knowledge of common oil industry Equipment and Quality management/Assurance Standards, i.e. API, NACE, ANSI, ASME, ISO TH-Hill DS1 etc.
Fluency in English (speaking and writing)

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Preferably hold QC technical qualifications in welding and NDT at level 2
Preferably hold CSWIP Level 2 Welding inspector certification
Preferably hold at least one QA professional membership such as IRCA, ASQ, MIAQP, CQI etc