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  • Job reference: RMS0134860

QA/QC Lead

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Tibilisi - 6/2 Rotation
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 06/12/2013
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The Company:
A Major international O&G Operator requires a Quality Control Lead for an immediate start to work in London for a hand over period before mobilizing to Georgia on a 6/2 rotation

The Role:
QA/QC Lead - 6/2 Rotation

Key Responsibilities:

- Supervise on and facilitate contractor in execution of construction activities.

- Controlling the QA/QC functions for the Facilities located in the Republic of Georgia.

- Ensuring that the Facility Construction Contractor's QA/QC activities are conducted in accordance with the requirements of the contract and the Contractor's control procedures, plans, and etc., and that the process is conducted effectively.

- Provide functional guidance to the three QA/QC Leads within the PMT teams.


- HND/HNC (or equivalent technical qualifications)

- Quality Lead Auditor certification and training

- CQI or AQI Membership desirable

Experience Required:

- Minimum of 10 years' experience in a Quality Management role

- Minimum of 15 years' experience on QC activities applicable to oil & gas onshore and/or offshore facilities and equipment

- Profound knowledge of applicable standards/ legislation

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
- Quality Control Lead Experience with some exposure to QA
- Onshore QC Experience
- Previous Gas Compression Station an advantage
- Experience of working on a multi site facility with separate teams.
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