Position – Site Quality Engineer
Type – Contract
Rate – Circa £50.00 per hour Umbrella Co
Duration – 6 Months +
Hours – Typically 38 hours per week
Determination – Inside IR35
Security – UK BPSS Security Clearance to be in place
Location – Devonport, Plymouth, UK
Start Date – ASAP !
Site Quality Engineer
Minimum NVQ/SVQ level 4 in an engineering discipline or recognised apprenticeship training.
IOSH Managing Safely.
Auditor/Lead Auditor training.
Demonstrable BS EN ISO 9001 experience in an engineering construction/installation environment
Nuclear or other regulated industry experience
Roles and Responsibilities
Reviewing the quality requirements for site activities with the Site Manager, to ensure that the requirements are understood and can be met.
Supporting the Site Manager with the implementation of site arrangements, processes and procedures
Maintaining records, including identification and compilation of those required to demonstrate compliance with the contract requirements.
Reviewing and approving certification in accordance with the requirements of purchase orders where material is delivered direct to the location from subcontractors.
Communication with the Site Manager to identify any potential issues with equipment being delivered to location and to provide feedback on any problems found with delivered material.
Understanding the inspection requirements applicable to the contract and to identify resource and equipment needs and any potential inspection problems.
Ensuring that working documents, inspection and test reports are accurately completed in a timely manner (including those of sub-contractors) and routed to the appropriate personnel on completion.
Ensuring correct inspection methods are used appropriate to the characteristics being measured and that suitably calibrated equipment is available.
Ensuring that any non-conforming items are correctly labelled, bonded areas maintained and appropriate procedures for rectification or disposal are applied.
Ensuring that Inspection & Test Plans are accurate and complete and routed to the appropriate personnel for approval.
Ensuring the site working arrangements are in place (SOW’s / RAM’s) and are concurrent with the status of works.
Review of Safe Systems of Work including risk assessments and method statements to ensure capture of applicable quality requirements, standards and acceptance criteria
Ensuring that whenever any client or third party witness of inspection, test and examination is required, that the appropriate authority is notified. Also liaising with that authority to ensure that the appropriate personnel and equipment are available.
Auditing the effectiveness of site arrangements and those of subcontractors to determine compliance with required standards. Implementing corrective action programmes where required
The compilation and review for completeness of those project quality records (including subcontractor records) which make up the Life Time Records for the project.
Complying with all company and customer requirements applicable to the site.