QC Specialist (Part-time)
OBJECTIVE: This position(s) is a 1 - 1.5 year position in the United States. Once Fabrication in the US is completed, the assignment is complete. Ideally, local individual(s) are available near or in relatively close proximity to the various fabricators that could minimize travel to the various fabrication locations (Ohio, New Mexico). The position(s) likely are 10-80 hours per month and would require occasional trips to subcontractor fabrication facilities as required. Specific subcontractors are for ventilation (Ohio) and cameras / detectors (New Mexico).
Provide technical leadership and project management skills, and oversight to ensure that the contractors' Quality Assurance / Quality Control programs and services related to the fabrication of all equipment will meet the license requirements and CNL business operational needs.
- Perform quality control functions on all relevant documentation, programs, systems and equipment related to the SBWRS Project.
- Review design engineering documentation to verify compliance with technical QC requirements for design, manufacture, and testing/commissioning of all equipment.
- Perform regular project status evaluations. Identify deviations that could create safety/environmental hazards or cause malfunctions during testing/commissioning and operations and recommend corrective actions.
- Assess and identify issues with supplier performance to assure best cost/value for procured products and services through audits, surveillances, commercial grade surveys, supplier partnerships, etc.
- Communicate changes in Quality policies and systems. Develop and conduct educational and training programs if required.
- Act as quality liaison/coordinator for third party inquiries, including government regulatory agencies, customers, licensees, ASME, ISO, etc.
- Provide periodic updates and recommendations regarding nature and status of work.
Bachelor's degree in construction management, engineering, project management, or related technical field. Experience in lieu of degree is acceptable. Must have demonstrated project management experience and knowledge of Nuclear Quality Assurance & ISO requirements
- In-depth knowledge of national consensus standards of quality, such as, CSA N286-12 and N299.1, ASME B&PV Code, ISO, Six Sigma, ANSI/ASME NQA1, Supplements and Appendices, IEEE Standards and S. NRC Regulatory Guide series. Must possess project management skills to effectively define, implement and co-ordinate projects to completion.
- QC Level 3 - QC Level 4 - increased knowledge, experience and expertise in associated disciplines.
- Over 5 years of experience in complex nuclear projects
- Direct experience dealing with complex project environments;
- Understand clients management system and functional support areas, in particular Radiation Protection, Environmental Protection, Emergency Preparedness, Occupational Safety & Health, Performance Assurance, Compliance and Quality Assurance issues.
- Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail;
- Proven record of working with minimal direct supervision, exercising independent judgment and taking initiative in a number of complex and sensitive areas;
- Proven ability to lead and organize professionals, technicians and support staff;
- Strong commitment to safety;
Excellent verbal, written communication and time management skill