Jacobs Quality Management Lead in Bristol, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity
Nuclear Power Programmes are delivering client critical works to some of our major UK and European Projects. Our embedded teams are delivering support to Hinkley Point C (New build power station in the South West), Sizewell C (located in the South East), helping develop technologies in SMR (Small modular Reactor) capability and working towards building Poland's first Nuclear Power station.
Working in both client facing and internal roles we are delivering major programme and project management capabilities throughout the project lifecycle. We are driving to deliver safe, high quality and to time solutions by thinking innovatively and working collaboratively.
We are seeking a Quality Management Lead to support delivery on the Hinkley Point C Project which is split across six programmes of works within which the Quality Department provides quality related services. Quality Delivery Managers in each programme specify their needs and monitor service performance to the other department managers within the project.
You will report to the Quality Management Manager who ensures QMLs apply the appropriate processes to deliver to programme quality requirements and the Quality Management Manager will be supported by a number of Team Leaders. Depending on HPC’s business needs, there may be circumstances when a QML is required to work on more than one programme. Where required you will seek support from the Quality Management Manager to resolve tactical day to day quality issues. Key responsibilities will be:
Review, accept and monitor Contractors Quality Assurance Plans (CQAP) provided by the supply chain
Identify needs for supply chain audits and engage Supply Chain Auditors to perform audits and prompt resolution of findings
Produce Project Quality Control Plans (PQCP) for each contract
Ensure deployment of key quality contractual arrangements including the General Quality Assurance Specification (GQAS), Life Time Quality
Records Specification, Quality Release Certificate and the Inspection & Test Plan Specification
Provide relevant guidance to contractors, including contractor’s CQAPs, LTQR partitioning strategies and the arrangements for identifying and planning for Quality Related Activities
Support the determination and application of strategies for progressive provision of LTQRs by contractors
Ensure manufacturing surveillance per contract is applied in a graded approach of equipment safety function and project importance
Overall effectiveness of ITPs submitted by the suppliers, checking that they are fit for purpose from a quality perspective and have been correctly distributed to the relevant internal parties
Monitor and improve the efficiency of manufacturing documentation review and where applicable, inspection activities
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experience in project delivery, with significant focus on project quality
Quality Assurance and Quality Control in major projects across engineering, procurement, manufacturing, construction & commissioning
A clear understanding of quality management best practice for deployment by large, complex and contract-led organisations
Confident & articulate communicator, able to prepare presentation material, and comfortable addressing individuals, small groups and audiences
Able to support and implement practical solutions whilst remaining open to the ideas of others
Experience of interfacing with project teams and with supply chain organisations
Analysis of data, preparing reports and making recommendations
Pro-active and flexible, being prepared to plan and work on own initiative
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