The Quality Manager is to lead all aspects of quality assurance related to the strategic project’s engineering, procurement and construction quality to deliver competitive and innovative projects consistent with the project objectives to create long term value for FHR. To deliver the most competitive project, the Quality Manager will provide assurance to the Project Manager, Engineering Manager, and Construction Manager that contractors and vendors meet contractual requirements; and to ensure successful completion of the work within their assigned Contract Packages in accordance with the scope of work, quality schedules, industry standards and approved FHR Engineering Practices. The Quality Manager creates and preserves key knowledge systems applicable to quality management on capital projects.
A Day In The Life Typically Includes:
The Quality Manager is expected to:
- Develop QA resource plan, review and approve the Project Quality execution plan and Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for quality assurance.
- Review and approve the Engineering, Fabrication and Construction Contractors’ Quality Management Plans
- To be responsible for the development of the critical equipment list and lead implementation of Quality Surveillance Plans per the equipment criticality ratings.
- To be advised of and be included in the analysis of audits that the EPC conducts. Performs vendor audits or shop qualifications, or otherwise verifies that vendors and shops can meet the project needs in collaboration with OPEX vendor surveillance
- To be responsible for receiving construction completion quality turn over packages as the owner’s representative for all fabrication, assembly and construction, including quality documentation of all punch list items completed post start up.
Quality manager is responsible to deliver the FHR Leader Expectations:
- Advance MBM culture to deliver projects across the FHRfacilities and strategic project portfolio
- Focus on Results, Lead change with respect to FHR Vision
- Drive Innovation, Encourage Challenge and Collaboration
- Develop talent and apply comparative advantage
What You Will Need:
- 10+ years of Quality Assurance or Inspection experience in a refinery, petrochemical plant, or heavy industrial facility
- 5+ years of experience in a leadership/supervisory role
- Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or another technical field
This role is subject to the Transportation Workers Identification Credentialing rule or "TWIC" and requires the successful candidateto obtain a TWIC identification badge allowing for unescorted access to the facility within a specific time period.
What Will Put You Ahead?
- 15+ years of Quality assurance or Inspection experience in a refinery or petrochemical plant
- Capital Project experience
- Preferred certifications or knowledge in applicable codes, such as API 510, API 570, NBIC, NEC, CWI, etc.