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London - Sutton, Paris (Suresnes)

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Vacancy information

GPC (Global Projects Centre) & AP (Asia Pacific) region vision is to Lead the way in the delivery of offshore projects and services for the energy industry. Everything we do supports our SURF and Conventional, Life of Field and Renewables and Heavy Lift business units, that deliver projects and services offshore to our clients. 



The GPC & AP Quality Project Stream Manager is responsible for the management of the GPC & AP Quality function within the Projects in their delivery stream. The role is a key position within the GPC & AP HSEQ organisation, reporting directly to the GPC & AP Senior Quality Manager.

The role has accountability to support the Senior Quality Manager with the implementation of strategic change, required in the delivery and approach to quality within GPC & AP Region; which is underpinned by the GPC & AP Region 3 Year Strategic Quality Plan.

The role has management responsibility and expectations to collaboratively enhance the performance of GPC & AP projects through the respective project delivery stream. The role will also be responsible, where applicable, for direct management of Project Quality Managers and Leads within the project delivery stream.

The role has dual responsibility and will be allocated to substantial GPC & AP Projects.

Through this collaboration, the Project Delivery Stream Quality Manager will be expected to engage and work with the relevant regional HSEQ Directors, Project Managers and Quality teams to ensure delivery of resources, processes and support for efficient projects in the regions. This includes oversight of recruitment of Quality staff for projects and their specific development while working on a GPC & AP project.

The Project Delivery Stream Quality Manager is responsible for the effective monitoring, assessment and follow-up of Quality performance across their respective Project Delivery Stream; driving a structured approach to Continual Improvement relating to Quality aspects to reduce cost & inefficiencies, within the stream.

GPC & AP Project Delivery Stream Quality Manager is expected to undertake an active and visible role in the day to day oversight of our safety performance, and to ensure our Safety Value is delivered consistently throughout GPC & AP Region.

All personnel are expected to contribute to creating a positive HSEQ culture within Subsea 7 and ensure familiarity with and adherence to local HSEQ codes and practices.

All personnel are also expected to contribute to creating a culture of ethics and integrity within Subsea 7 and ensure familiarity with and adherence to our Code of Conduct.




Key Responsibilities & Activities

  • Contributes to the strategy, direction and leadership of GPC & AP HSEQ Function as a whole.
  • Integral to support the GPC & AP Senior Quality Manager to incorporate the vision, strategies and objectives of the wider GPC & AP Region.
  • Provides as required key inputs to the ongoing evolution and implementation of the GPC & AP Region 3 Year Strategic Quality Plan and puts in place mechanisms to measure and monitor progress against the plan.
  • Support the GPC & AP Senior Quality Manager to drive the standardisation, compliance/governance, and efficiency of quality functional/business policies, processes and systems across GPC & AP Region.
  • Provides specialist technical and business input to the quality function.
  • Expectation to focus on enhanced client collaboration, working with our key global clients to deliver Subsea 7 and client quality objectives and drivers.
  • Monitors the implementation of and adherence to Subsea 7's Management System, professional tools, policies, systems and processes within designated area of responsibility
  • Provides input to budget and is accountable for controlling costs and meeting budget at a GPC & AP HSEQ functional level.
  • Leverage from Group focus areas on SIA Projects to enhance and improve quality delivery model on GPC & SIA Projects.
  • Drive the implementation of GPC & AP Cost of Loss process on Projects, as a full life cycle approach where lessons and controls are applied to our BMS and ways of working.
  • Provides direction, leadership, supervision and mentoring to direct reports, and indirect reports within the GPC & AP quality function.
  • Build for the future by supporting the development of quality functional reports, through professional and career development and continued professional training, mentoring, and on the job development; and develops appropriate succession and development plans.
  • Reviews the project performance of the quality function.
  • Contribute to creating and championing a culture of quality Leadership within GPC & AP, by acting as a catalyst for step-change in quality performance, fostering excellent working relationships with other internal functions.
  • Ensure the project quality function capitalises from lessons learned and is performed in accordance with best practice, striving to mitigate risk, promoting safety and integrity consistently.
  • Develops and fosters a constructive and professional relationship with all stakeholders.



  • Operate within the Business Code of Conduct.
  • Operate according to Subsea 7's Management Principles.
  • Support standards and procedures for the quality function.
  • For level of authority see Expenditure and Authorisation Specification'



  • Experience of the subsea, offshore or a related industry, including holding a management position with line management responsibility.
  • Experience in professional team development.
  • Extensive technical quality experience in a quality Management role.

Professional qualifications - Degree qualified in Quality Management or equivalent.

  • Auditing and Quality Management qualification.

Europe – London or Paris

Travel Requirements:
Candidates should expect that there will be local or overseas travel involved for this role.


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