E&I QA Lead

Posted 16 April 2024
Location Anchorage, United States of America
Job type Contract
DisciplineEngineering & Manufacturing

Job Description

E&I QA Lead

Location: Anchorage, AK


This position is responsible for monitoring fabrication site quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) activities within his/her prevue, and providing direction to contractor QA/QC personnel. He/she supports the development and implementation of effective QA/QC through processes, procedures, training, control measures, corrective and preventive action, assessment, documentation and audit, measurement and analysis, and continuous improvement.

Critical and leadership skills include:
  • Understanding and implementation of quality assurance and quality control processes and procedures during the fabrication phase of a project.
  • Must be able to build and maintain a good working relationship within the contractor quality organization.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for the administration of the fabrication/module assembly quality requirements to ensure contractors’ compliance with project specifications and practices as they relate to quality during the fabrication phase.
  • Coordinating with the fabrication team to ensure timely execution of quality activities.
  • Assists in the development and review Quality Assurance procedures & processes.
  • Identification and control of Deficient Conditions (Deficiency Reports, Non-Conformance Reports, and Corrective Action Reports) and process.
  • Follow-up on corrective actions and NCRs including verification of disposition and effectiveness of corrective and preventive actions.
The Fabrication Quality Assurance Coordinator is accountable for and as required responsible performing the following:
  • Review of Contractor Quality Plans ITPs and procedures and ensuring they are as per specifications.
  • Provide verification of Contractors’ implementation of their fabrication processes and procedures through execution of the quality surveillance program.
  • Participate in contractors’ kick offs to outline Quality requirements.
  • • Participates in ITP witness and hold point activities as indicated in the approved ITP.
  • Ensure all inspection and testing is in accordance with SPC-EE-WL-80300, Electrical Construction Specification.
  • Verify that electrical material and equipment are inspected by an electrical administrator upon completion of installation per Alaska Statute Title 8, Section 08.40.195.
  • Review and sign-off contractor electrical and instrument IQRs.
  • Participates in system walkdowns.
  • Participates in document reviews and turnover reviews.
  • Sign-off of turnover documentation where appropriate.
Preferred Leadership Competencies:
  • Leading Self
    • Accountability
    • Adaptability
    • Decision Making
    • Influence
    • Planning
    • Results Orientation
    • Safety
  • Leading Others
    • Building Relationships
    • Collaboration
    • Effective Communication
  • Leading the Business
    • Analysis
    • Continuous Improvement
    • Execution