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The turnaround Quality Manager has overall responsibility for implementation of the Quality processes during a TA.
The Quality Manager’s responsibilities include:

  • Establish, implement, coordinate and successfully complete the TA Quality processes, ensure that they are compatible with existing site Quality Programs and approved by the TA Steering Team.
  • Work with TA Manager to assign personnel to the TA Quality Team.
  • Safety - ensure the Quality Team meets / exceeds the EH&S Plan for the TA. Quality Team to have a goal of ZERO EH&S issues in the TA.
  • Work with Contractors to review their QC Program for TA Work.
  • Establish and report on the key quality metrics such as progress on QC Plans, QC/RTO process, etc.
  • Provide assistance to Maintenance, Operations, Projects and Contractors on quality issues as required throughout the Turnaround
  • Ensure inspections are performed and documentation details the activity. This may include but is not limited to the following; - Material conformance, Joint fit-up, installations are level and square, Verification of tool calibration ( torque wrenches, gauges), Valves and Instruments correctly oriented, flange faces & sealing surfaces are clean & free from injurious defects, Gaskets, bolts and washers as per spec and installed correctly
  • Ensure appropriate follow-up and documentation of deficiencies/non-conformances.
  • Input to detailed job plans and TA Schedule during scheduled reviews. Focusing on the QC Program.
  • Work with TA Leadership Team to set up training sessions for the TA resources which have been identified as a need to improve the TA efficiency.
  • Work with lead planners to create and approve RTO Checklists for Millwrights, Pipefitters, Boilermakers, Instrumentation and Electrical Trades to be used in the turnaround.
  • Work with Quality team to set up a log book and efficient shift transfer communication process.
  • Work with TA leadership to provide office space for the Quality Team.
  • Fully participate in the TA EH&S program
  • Follow up the quality of workmanship and safety throughout the shutdown jobs for commissioning and operations.
  • Spend 50% of the work day in the field, completing quality related work
  • Follow up on all quality issues and responsibilities for resolving the issues in a timely manner so as not to extend the TA schedule.
  • Report on the QA/QC progress for the daily work to enable adjustments to the TA schedule when needed. Attend the scheduling meetings.
  • Ensure jobs are done safely and intervene when items need to be checked.
  • Work with TAC as liaison between Maintenance and Operations on all RTO and QC activities.
  • Input with TAC and Ops Area Coordinator for the approval to RTO the equipment and systems to Operations for start-up.
  • Provide assistance to implement results of failure analysis, in addition to owning follow-up items as appropriate.
  • Assist in the organization of the individual job reviews and system walks in order to ensure a timely return of the equipment and plant back to Operations.
  • Bachelor degree in Mechanical engineering or equal.
  • At least 5 years of experience in the manufacturing industry. QA/QC experience is an asset.
  • Knowledge and experience with quality management concepts and tools.
  • Ability to interpret drawings and P&ID's.
  • Basic knowledge of ASME, API, ASTM, AWS, ASNT
  • Familiarity with tools e.g. : SAP, CPPS, MyLearning
  • Working knowledge with Primavera, SAP, WebEx, Word, Access, Excel, & Power Point.
  • Understanding of Site EH&S Policies, Standards and the TA Safety Program
  • Ability to work with and lead a team
  • Communications skills in Dutch and English: written & verbal