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Title: Quality Manager

Job Classification: Quality Manager

Location: Western Canada
Start Date: Immediately

Job Summary

The Quality Manager in this role is accountable for ensuring that the processes and tools needed for the Allteck Quality Management System are established, implemented and maintained.

This position may be based out of numerous locations in Western Canada as frequent travel will be required.

Responsibilities and Duties

The Quality Assurance Manager has responsibility for:

  • Reviewing the Quality Management Systems to assure compliance is maintained and continual improvement efforts are accomplished
  • Development of project-specific Quality Plans and Inspection Test Plans based on contract and project requirements
  • Verify that quality related site activities are in accordance with the applicable codes and standards;
  • Planning and conducting audits and for reporting the results and maintaining records
  • Investigate deficiencies and non-conformances resulting from audits, both internal and external
  • Ensure all quality control documentation is compiled and completed for turnover;
  • Analysis to determine root-cause, develop appropriate corrective actions and assess the effectiveness of those actions
  • Communicate with external auditors regarding the Quality Management System
  • Ensure the promotion of quality awareness and regulatory requirements throughout Allteck
  • Assist project management with resolution to project Quality issues and pass on best practices from one jobsite to another;

 

EDUCATION, TRAINING & EXPERIENCE:

Qualifications and Skills

  • Minimum five (5) years of work experience in the T&D industry in a project or quality management role
  • Familiarity with T&D construction approaches and civil, electrical, mechanical and structural disciplines
  • Experiencing developing quality execution plans, inspection test plans and performing quality audits tailored to clients in the utility, oil and gas; and mining industries
  • Working knowledge of T&D construction industry codes, utility standards and provincial regulations;
  • Demonstrated experience in working in a schedule driven environment in a construction or engineering company
  • Preference to individuals with a quality certification
  • Preference to post-secondary diploma or degree in engineering, construction management or similar field

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES:

  • Strong written and verbal communications skills
  • Ability to develop positive relationships with a diverse range of disciplines in a dynamic business setting
  • Skilled with the use of Microsoft Office tools including Word and Excel
  • Highly motivated with a strong work ethic
  • Ability to prioritize competing tasks and manage multiple projects
  • Individuals will be required to travel frequently within Canada and elsewhere as directed