Job Purpose and Scope:
To support the business by advising on the measures required to identify and control quality risks. To raise awareness within the business by communicating best practises.
Accountabilities & Key Tasks
-To ensure that Quality Risks are properly managed for each project (relevant methods know and implemented by the project team.
-Share Knowledge and experience within the business in accordance with the needs of each Department and the available outcomes.
-Assist the business in increasing the level of quality of delivered product.
-Represent the business in local / industry quality forums and develop their social network in order to find new improvement methods.
-To supervise the activities of the business to ensure quality assurance.
-To create, review and / or revise policies that affect processes in the working environment always ensuring they align to company policies and procedures.
-To conduct site audits to review the various processes in the working environment to ensure standards are being followed.
-To regularly communicate with managers across the business to discuss quality control standards according to their function.
-Develop courses to train staff on the Quality Risk Management in order for them to identify the action / resources to be allocated in priority.
-Update a training programme identifying the needs of each department.
-Develop new tools with the business to be more efficient regarding the Quality Risk Management from the Pre-Construction stage to the Post Completion stage.
-Compile analysis of the various quality product from post completion, production, CoW`s Inspection, Customer Survey satisfaction. In order to provide feedback to the Quality Steering Committee on a regular basis and be able to define new actions for the improvement plan.
-Based on the previous quality result, forge relationships between sites by organising workshops in order to improve the quality product.
Essential & Desirable Criteria
-Have a formal qualification in civil construction experience.
-Experience in planning for Identification/Management of Risk.
-Have a recognized knowledge of civil works techniques and best practice.
-Excellent communication skills required.
-15 years of experience with at least 10 years in Quality Management
-9001:2008 - Lead Auditor trained.
-Member of the Institute of Quality Assurance.
-CITB Approved Trainer
-CSCS card Managers & Professionals
-Experience with Nuclear Projects
Why VSL UK
Day in, day out, our teams deliver some of the most technically innovative and challenging projects across the UK and the world. With a strong corporate culture, our values reflect how we operate with Respect, Excellence, Courage, Integrity and Passion. We offer competitive basic salaries coupled with generous company benefits, including:
-26 days annual leave, increasing to 30 days
-Private medical insurance
-Cycle to Work Scheme
-Access to Lifestyle Benefits (such as our Cycle to Work Scheme)
Together with our partners and clients, VSL delivers award-winning construction, development and regeneration projects to the most exacting standards across public and commercial private sectors.
VSL UK is part of the Bouygues Group, a diverse global business which operates in the construction, engineering, energy, media and telecommunications markets.
With annual sales of over €32 billion and operations in over 100 countries, the financial strength of our group is a key differentiator in these challenging economic times.
Further information about VSL UK can be found at:
VSL UK is 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.
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