Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently recruiting for a Site Quality Assurance Electrical Coordinator with extensive experience in the mining industry to join our construction team on a project near Gogama, Ontario, Canada.
Accountabilities for this position include:
Skills / Qualifications
- Perform system final inspections based on scoped P&IDs, SLDs, schematics and wiring diagrams.
- Conducting area walk-downs to assess installation readiness and identify work to completion and construction deficiencies.
- Familiar with CSA codes and standards and the OESC.
- Able to read and understand electrical termination and testing reports.
- Daily field inspection and associated reports.
- Site orientation of quality requirements for all electricians and electrical foremen conducting Quality Audits on construction activities as detailed in the (site) Quality Audit Plan.
- Monitor compliance of consumable material supply and storage.
- Monitor equipment and materials to ensure suitability and compliance to requirements.
- Support technical expertise .
- Witness field test, write quality surveillance report (QSR), and follow up to ensure compliance with ITPs.
- Conducting quality audits on construction activities as detailed in the Site Quality Audit Plan:
- NCR (Non-Conformance Report)
- CAR (Corrective Action Report)
- PAR (Preventive Action Report)
- Input / feedback / recommendations on practical aspects of quality plans and procedures.
- Input into final check-offs and acceptance requirements for turnover purposes.
- Research and identification of specifications, procedures, vendor and contractual information, site construction quality requirements.
- Regular communication / work collaboratively with construction team.
- Support construction partners QC representatives in the witness / inspection / testing of systems and equipment.
- Regular communication / work collaboratively with Safety Codes Officers.
- Support Contract Administrators and Area Managers through recommendations on issues and concerns regarding the performance of contracted work.
- Review and respond to QAQC RFIs and other QAQC correspondences from the contractors.
- Quality control of EPC construction, general contractor's work including, but not limited to:
- Review and approval of quality related submittals.
- Updating of punch lists
- Follow-up on corrective action.
- Care, custody and control of QA documentation to verify quality construction activities and installations.
- Reviewing and processing "As-Built" records.
- Provide support, "As-built" drawing review, and turnover for civil, structural, and architectural completions.
- Steward receipt and storage of materials and equipment as well as preservation and maintenance of same.
- Minimum 8 years' post-graduation experience
- Minimum of 4 years site experience in the mining industry
- Specific experience in Canadian mining projects is desirable
- Should be fully conversant with ISO 9001 and Quality System standards applicable for the projects in the mining industry
- Experience in conducting quality audits- including compliance audits, vendor assessments etc.
- Should be able to develop quality plans, ITPs and other related QA/QC systems and procedures for projects.
- Must have worked in CM / QA position for Engineering Contractor / Consultant / Owner organization engaged in mining EPCM projects.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and able to communicate to all levels of employees, including customers and suppliers
- Current authorization to lawfully work in Canada without sponsorship from Wood is required
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