Id : 63081
Category : Engineering
Location/City : BC – Fort St. John
Region : Fort St John
Job Type : Permanent
Recruiter Name : Kevin Pedersen

Please submit your resume in Word format directly to Kevin Pedersen via email, at kevin.pedersen@executrade.com

Quality Manager


A passion for getting things done right and on time. This will be at the core of the Quality Manager providing leadership to this mega-project.


Reporting to the Director of QHSE, this manager will be responsible for meeting quality objectives to exceed client requirements as spelled out in their contract. The manager will lead the Quality team in achieving ongoing improvements and meeting quality standards within scheduling and budgetary guidelines and while conforming to ISO 9001 standards.


Key Account Responsibilities and Functions

  • Recruiting, training and appraising quality team personnel
  • Work with team to meet and exceed client quality expectations
  • Overseeing documentation and report delivery to stakeholders
  • Work with construction and Regulatory agencies to ensure compliance and contractual obligations are met
  • Establish and oversee quality assurance audits and enact corrective action where needed
  • Provides recommendations for continuous improvement

Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering
  • Professional Engineer (P.Eng) Designation
  • At least five (5) years in a Quality Management role
  • At least ten (10) years experience in Qulaity or Engineering, preferably in heavy industry and/or construction
  • Certified QMS Lead Auditor or completion of ISO 9001 Lead Auditor Training
  • Understanding and proficiency in QA and QC controls
  • Understanding of Non-Conformance and Corrective Action processes
  • Ability to read and understand technical drawings, must have technical writing abilities

An attractive remuneration plan is provided. The jobsite is located in NW British Columbia and work is done on a rotational cycle.


Please quote job reference # 63081

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