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About the Opportunity
The Site Quality Surveillance Manager is responsible for ensuring that NNB perform surveillance in an effective manner in its role as the Intelligent Customer, Licensee and Principal Contractor. The Site Quality Surveillance Manager will set out the strategy and arrangements to provide direction for the Surveillance team. The Site Quality Surveillance Manager will work with the Surveillance Leads (NEC Supervisors) to assess whether the pre-defined level of surveillance is correct and will recommend adjustments where necessary so that NNB satisfy the requirements.
- Develop and maintain the HPC Construction Surveillance Strategy to be consistent with NNB requirements.
- Develop and maintain the NNB arrangements that describes how Surveillance is performed by the NNB surveillance team for onsite and offsite construction activities
- Provide guidance and support to the Construction Delivery Leads and NEC Supervisors in developing Surveillance Programmes & Guidelines which are consistent with the principles set out in the strategy and complying with the NNB arrangements
- Ensure a risk based surveillance adjusted according to the performance and risks of the construction activities followed and provide guidance to the surveillance team on applying a graded approach whilst implementing the Surveillance Programmes
- Monitor implementation of the Surveillance Programmes that are currently being used in order to confirm whether the NNB surveillance team is complying with the required frequencies for surveillance
- Monitor the achievement of Key Performance Indicators for Surveillance and determine improvements needed to meet/exceed the targets.
- Ensure an analysis of the supplier performance based on the surveillance findings.
- Provide training to the NNB surveillance team on the surveillance strategy and arrangements as required
- Ensure consistency between the arrangements and IT system for surveillance (QCFC)
- Monitor the management of Inspection Requests from contractors by NNB surveillance team
- Represent Quality in several site based meetings and in interaction with the regulator for surveillance topics
Further information about this role will be available at the first interview stage.
- At least 10-15 years of experience of working as a Quality Control Professional in large projects
- Understanding of planning and performing inspections on contractor works from a Client/Third Party Inspection Agency perspective in a construction, engineering or industrial context.
- Ability to interpret codes, standards and technical specifications
- Be able to write informative, concise and meaningful reports
- Possess excellent organisation and communication skills
- As a minimum, applicants will be educated to degree level or equivalent.
- Previous experience working in the nuclear or a similarly regulated industry would be highly valued
- Knowledge of French can be an advantage
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