This position could be full or part time.
The Quality Assurance Manager is responsible for the maintenance, implementation, and enhancement of the BGS ASME NQA-1 quality assurance program (QAP).
This is a rigorous program which is applied to our internal processes and many projects with our clients.
It includes all elements of the NQA-1 standard and includes extensive requirements related to software quality, Engineering Design, and testing processes.
Responsibilities: Implement and maintain the BGS QAP utilized internally and for project activities.
Develop and track schedules for performing internal audits, assessments, and surveillances.
Perform scheduled internal audits, assessments and surveillances as needed.
Maintain the deficiency and corrective action tracking system.
Support project management in preparing corrective action plans/responses or verifying implementation of corrective actions resulting from audits and assessments.
Support Project Managers in performing quality level determinations for their projects and in implementation of project-specific quality requirements in accordance with the QAP.
Develop and monitor Project QA Plans and implementing procedures in accordance with ASME NQA-1 and/or specific contractual requirements.
Propose technical solutions and alternatives on QA-related matters.
Stay current on project quality issues and support project team meetings with the client on short notice as necessary.
Requirements: Certified Lead Auditor (CLA) qualifications or ability to rapidly achieve CLA qualification.
A minimum of ten (10) years of recent DOE project experience within the non-reactor nuclear industry.
Experience in developing and implementing quality assurance and control programs.
Knowledge of quality assurance regulatory, contractual, and technical documents (e.g.
DOE O 414.1D, 10 CFR Part 830 Subpart A, and NQA-1-2008 and 2009 Addenda.
Experience in reviewing procedures and other documents to verify quality requirements are adequately addressed and flowed down as necessary.
Knowledge of construction QA activities supporting procurement and engineering products, including Commercial-Grade Dedication (CGD) work packages and application of graded approach in an NQA-1 environment.
Experience with the application of engineering, procurement, and construction practices sufficient to comprehend specified QA requirements for these disciplines.
Experience participating in and supporting quality assessments, surveillance, and/or audits.
Demonstrated ability to understand and interpret various physical, mechanical, and electrical documents, blueprints, drawings, specifications, and schematics.
Solid oral and written communication skills and demonstrated experience interacting and effectively communicating with all levels of project and client personnel.
Proven ability to plan, prioritize, and schedule tasks to ensure completion in accordance with requirements, deadlines, and budget.
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