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Stavanger
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Vacancy information

 

OVERVIEW OF ROLE

The QA Advisor provides guidance and advice in regard to the effective management of Quality Assurance and Quality Control; delivering quality management and improvement support to all projects and functions within the designated area of responsibility. 

Key responsibilities:

  • Ensure compliance with all quality policies, process and procedures
  • Assist and advise project personnel in all matters relating to the application and implementation of the company management system on projects
  • Utilise the knowledge management tools available to assist quality to capitalise from Lessons Learned and to perform in accordance with best practice, striving to mitigate risk, promoting safety and integrity consistently
  • Focal point for all quality matters on designated projects
  • Investigating and reporting incidents relating to cost of loss
  • Promote continual improvement and quality awareness within projects
  • Quality Plan development, maintenance, and implementation
  • Supplier Quality Requirements development, maintenance and implementation in sub-contracts
  • Supplier risk / criticality assessments
  • Project audit evaluation, creation of risk-based audit schedule and perform audits (internal and suppliers)
  • Site visits as required (Subsea 7 sites or suppliers).
  • Non-conformity maintenance and tracking, identifying opportunities for improvement
  • Documentation review and approval – ITPs, Quality Plans, Traceability Processes, Final Documentation Packages etc.
  • Project inspection budget control – forecasting, tracking actual costs, identifying cost saving opportunities, reporting
  • Management and control of multiple inspectors attending supplier premises as per ITP mark-up (level of surveillance determined using a risk-based approach)
  • Internal and client reporting
  • Tender support activities 

Qualifications:

  • Good level of general education required, preferably supported by a quality or business-related diploma/degree
  • Broad depth of Quality Management knowledge
  • Industry approved auditor training
  • Broad understanding of subsea products and operations

Personal skills:

  • Live our values (Safety, Performance, Integrity, Collaboration, Sustainability and Innovation)
  • The ability to work in a team as well as individually. Able to motivate and contribute to a positive working environment
  • Good interpersonal skills with the ability to interact at all levels
  • Clear and effective oral and written communications skills in both Norwegian and English. Able to communicate ideas and results to various stakeholders both in written reports and in meetings, presentations etc.
  • Understanding of clients’ needs and ability to suggest and apply “fit for purpose” solutions
  • Structured and organised with good attention to details

We offer:

  • Very good working environment
  • Challenging and exciting workdays
  • Personal development and career opportunities
  • Attractive insurance policies and pension schemes
  • Sports clubs and social- and recreational activities for both you and your family

For queries regarding the position, please contact:
Andrew Lewis, Quality Manager - Norway, phone +47 51 72 53 67