Quality Officer - Construction

Provide engineering advice and assistance on a variety of project types and stages across the spectrum of Civil & Structural Infrastructure, Buildings and Services Infrastructure, at the project implementation stage as well as assistance in management duties to the Site Manager.

Education:

  • Civil Engineering (or equivalent) degree.
  • With two years experience subsequent to graduation in the Sydney market. - Essential 
  • White card 
 

Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring that the Constructions Project Management Plans, QA, Environmental and OH&S requirements, policies and objectives are observed and followed in the execution of their tasks.
  • Carrying out assistant Site Management tasks for construction or engineering projects on site.
  • Carrying out project planning and programming tasks.
  • Liaising with Clients, consultants or third parties to resolve specification queries and anomalies.
  • Liaison with project Site Supervisors to ensure that interface program requirements are achieved.
  • Assisting Site Managers to monitor subcontractor performance and deal with issues as they arise
  • Assisting Site Managers to procure material and equipment for the project ensuring timely delivery.
  • Manage design consultants on D & C Projects as measured by adherence to budget, schedule of approved design, implementation of cost effective innovative construction solutions, and control of final quantities when compared to tender quantities.
  • Regularly review production performance against expectations and make recommendations for remedial action as appropriate.
  • Analyse cost reports to confirm their validity and accuracy, and recommend corrective action where appropriate
  • Initiate, implement and monitor improvements to production efficiency, safety and environmental performance
  • Assisting in concept design and constructibility determination.
  • Ensuring site supervisory staff receive all necessary details to carry out their tasks.
  • Comply with all aspects of the Company’s EEO, Harassment and Discrimination Policies and procedures to ensure the workplace is free from harassing, discriminatory, offensive and bullying behaviors.
  • Liaison with personnel to ensure that the company's Constructions Management System and any Project Management Plan requirements are achieved and maintained.
  • Ensure all activities undertaken by employees and subcontractors are carried out in accordance with the Project Management Plan.
  • Ensure that company's receives relevant information from Principal Contractors so that safe work method statements and risk assessments can be developed and submitted to the Principal Contractor for review before company can commence work.
  • Ensure relevant parts of Project Management Plans are issued to subcontractors who in return shall forward to the company their safe work method statements and risk assessments for review before they commence work.
  • Ensure that the duty to consult with employees is met to enable the employees to contribute to the making of decisions affecting their health, safety and welfare at work.
  • Achieve agreed environmental targets as measured by key lead indicators including compliance to site based environment management plans, audit compliance and successful resolution of non compliance reports.
  • Participate in the resolution of environmental issues.
  • Ensuring that the works as constructed satisfy the full intent of the specification.
  • Input into and critical review of the planning process to ensure optimum efficiency.
  • The documentation and issue for review to Project Managers of all Technical Procedures and ITPs to ensure all Quality, Safety, Environmental and Technical obligations are achieved and maintained.
  • Inspection of the works for release of documented Hold Points.  Inspection of the works and sign off witness points.
  • Identifying and recording non-conformances and assisting in their disposition.
  • Investigating and recommending corrective measures to avoid occurrence and/or recurrence of non-conforming products, process and /or management systems.
  • Verifying the implementation of preventive and/or corrective measures and/or solutions to non-conformances.
  • Controlling further processing, delivery or installation of non-conforming products until the deficiency or unsatisfactory conditions have been rectified.
  • Ensuring that appropriate IMS Records are being maintained, stored and indexed in an efficient filing system.

To be considered for this role you must have min 2 years post graduate experience in Australia and either have PR Visa or Aust/NZ Citizenship. 

This is a permanent position and salary will be awarded depending on experience. 
29/11/2018
Sydney (Homebush)
Permanent
Engineering
BH-348035
Michael Knight