Quality Manager

  • Job Reference: HSE Jobs
  • Date Posted: 19 March 2024
  • Recruiter: Bouygues Energies & Services
  • Location: Bristol
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Quality Assurance, SHEQ
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Bouygues Energies & Services has a fantastic opportunity available for a Quality Manager to join our team, based from our Bristol office in Bradley Stoke.
We have been awarded a Turn-key EPC contract for the Hinkley Point C (HPC) new-build nuclear power plant Emergency Diesel Generators. This is a great opportunity for an experienced Quality Manager looking to work on this exciting and unique project. 

Job Purpose:

To ensure contract quality requirements are addressed in the Management System and are implemented by all project staff, sub-contractors and broader supply chain ensuring delivery of project works/goods and services from design, through installation to Commissioning to required quality levels.  

The Role: 

  • Team Leadership: Manage the Project Quality team, fostering a culture of excellence.
  • Quality Assurance Plan: Take ownership of the Contract Quality Assurance Plan, maintaining and updating it as needed.
  • Quality Inspection: Organise and manage the project's quality inspection capability.
  • Communication: Regularly update project staff on Quality Management System (QMS) status through communications and bulletins.
  • Training: Ensure that Quality Management System training is delivered to all project staff.
  • Document Management: Define the Document Management Process, ensuring it meets QMS requirements.
  • Management Review: Implement regular Management Review activities.
  • Quality Action Plans: Establish and follow-up on quality action plans to drive continuous improvement.
  • Non-Conformance Management: Monitor non-conformances and manage the non-conformance report (NCR) process.
  • KPIs: Establish and update project-wide KPIs, focusing on quality management efficiency and continuous improvement.
  • Audits and Inspections: Develop audit schedules, manage and conduct audits (third-party, supplier, and internal), and follow up on audit findings and recommendations.
  • Supply Chain: Establish, update, and maintain the Supply Chain's Quality specifications.
  • Client Engagement: Participate in client surveillance visits and audits, ensuring follow-up on findings.
  • Quality Control: Establish and maintain the general quality control surveillance system.
  • Quality Reporting: Establish Quality Assurance reporting, both internally and for the client, in compliance with contractual requirements.
  • Customer Satisfaction: Develop and execute a measurable customer satisfaction process in collaboration with PGD QSE.

The person will ideally have:

  • Detailed knowledge of UK Nuclear Quality Standards, Quality Assurance and Quality Control requirements and practice
  • Experience in developing and establishing an operational QMS
  • Experience of the use of quality plans/inspection and test plans/follow-up documents
  • Lead Auditor professional accreditation
  • ISO 9001: 2015 / ISO19443: 2018 auditing experience

We rely on the experience and expertise of our people to help us deliver our projects. In addition to your technical expertise, we are looking for people who demonstrate our key values - Respect, Excellent, Courage, Integrity, Passion and Empowerment. We expect all staff to contribute towards our commitment to the health, safety and wellbeing of our staff and members of our supply chain.
In return, we offer a challenging and rewarding working environment, with the opportunity to work across a range of high-profile projects.

Why choose Bouygues? Why be one of our next generation?

  • A blend of structured training and hands-on experience
  • The opportunity to work on ambitious and complex projects alongside industry leading experts
  • UK and worldwide opportunities
  • Volunteering opportunities  

Be Yourself!

Here at Bouygues we value the creativity and innovation that our diverse workforce brings, encouraging people from all backgrounds, particularly those from underrepresented communities to apply. By joining us, you will be inspired to bring your full self to the workplace, speak up and share your unique ideas. You will also have an opportunity to join our employee led diversity & inclusion communities such as WeLink (women network), Encompass (LGBTQ+), Kaleidoscope (BAME), Disability and Wellness peer support network, Parents and Carers network.

We are an equal opportunities employer and encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.

We value your privacy and we are committed to protecting your personal details.  If you choose to apply for this role, please do not include any sensitive data on your CV which reveals (directly or indirectly); your race or ethnic origins, your political, philosophical or religious opinions, or your membership of a trade union, your social security number, or information which relates to your health or sexual orientation or to any criminal convictions.