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Supplier Quality Representative 1 1

Requisition ID:  220635

  • Relocation Authorized:  None
  • Project No.:  25800
  • Grade:  25-26
  • Position to be Panel Interviewed?  No 

SUMMARY:

Executes the supplier quality function on a project, including administration of capability surveys, audits and area or shop quality surveillance.  At project discretion, executes area supplier quality functions within limits of individual certifications. 

 

JOB DIMENSIONS:

A. Supervision Received

  • Receives direction and guidance from the Supplier Quality Supervisor.  May receive operational direction from the Project Procurement Manager.
  • Receives functional guidance from the Supplier Quality Manager.

B. Supervision Exercised

  •  Provides project related direction to Supplier Quality Specialists.
  • May provide supervision to assigned Supplier Quality Specialists as delegated or in support of the Supplier Quality Supervisor.

C. Contacts

  • Corresponds administratively and technically with the Project Procurement Manager, the global business unit Project Supplier Quality team, project engineering, procurement, quality assurance and construction personnel, and Area Supplier Quality Specialists.
  • Corresponds with supplier personnel during pre-award, post-award and purchase order execution phase discussions.  Participates with supplier organizations in selection and Bechtel review of manufacturing and examination methods.
  • Occasional contact with Customer personnel during external audits, project bid clarification meetings, and meetings to discuss supplier quality topics.  Corresponds with parallel client organizations on technical and quality topics.

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

  1.  Represents the procurement supplier quality function on the project.  Plans and implements division of responsibility for project activities.   Assures completion of tasks assigned by the Project Procurement Manager.
  2. Reviews scope of supplier quality participation for assigned project and completes development of cost of services estimate.  Obtains project team approval of cost of services budget.  Monitors expenditures against approved budgets, and reviews any necessary budget adjustment with the project team.
  3. Reviews material requisitions including technical specifications with respect to quality requirements, and participates with Engineering in determining levels of surveillance required, and establishing witness and hold points.
  4. Prepares project specific supplier quality procedures and operating instructions, incorporating project and client specific objectives into the project supplier quality function.
  5. Participates in the development of the final bid list and the selection of recommended suppliers.
  6. Participates in pre-award and post-award conferences with suppliers.
  7. Prepares material requisition specific Quality Surveillance Plans and work instructions.
  8. Prepares and issues quality surveillance, capability survey and audit assignments for execution by the assigned Area Supplier Quality Specialists.
  9. Reviews, edits and accepts reports prior to distribution and in accordance with project requirements.  Distributes reports and correspondence in compliance with project document control procedures.  Returns unacceptable reports for necessary corrections.
  10. Advises interested parties of technical and quality issues reported in area/shop Quality Surveillance Reports; monitors dispositions and corrections made to assure documented evidence of satisfactory closeout.
  11. Facilitates communication between on and off project personnel across disciplines; provides project direction to assigned Area Supplier Quality Specialists; participates in resolution of technical and quality issues arising from area/shop Supplier Quality activities.
  12. Initiates Supplier Advisories or Warnings when supplier performance and/or situation falls within the defined structure of Corporate Supplier Quality Manual directions for such action.
  13. Attends specific shop visits on project behalf.
  14. Participates in preparation of project corrective actions and root cause analyses to resolve significant issues that represent immediate or potential impact to the project.
  15. Researches and summarizes data and populates established project and/or procedural metrics.  Develops project specific metrics relative to supplier performance and the Supplier Quality function, at the direction of the Project Procurement Manager.

 

JOB KNOWLEDGE:

  • Experience with major commodities typically procured for global business unit projects recognized Codes and Standards, manufacturing methods, inspection/examination/testing techniques, and technical document review and implementation.
  • Experience or demonstrated proficiency in the concepts of administration of quality surveillance assignments, including capability surveys and compliance audits.
  • Understanding of budget development and management, and development of performance metrics.
  • Knowledge of Bechtel Procurement System and Supplier Performance Database, and Supplier Warning and Advisory process.
  • Familiarity with the supply chain process and quality management programs including ISO9000, ANSI N 45.2, 10CFR50 Appendix B and NQA-1.
  • A minimum of 6,000 hours of in-shop quality surveillance or related work.
  • Requisite certification as an ANSI/ASME Level II (further to Level I competencies) and performs the following:
    • Conducts capability surveys of a prospective supplier.
    • Participates as an audit team member or technical resource for nuclear material and/or quality program audits.
    • Monitors the administrative and technical performance of Third Party Agency quality surveillance contractor personnel to assure that Corporate Supplier Quality Manual and Procedures and quality surveillance assignment instructions are implemented.
    • Monitors or directs the activities of a Level I or Level II certified Supplier Quality Specialists when directed by the Supplier Quality Supervisor.

 

All applicants must have the right to work and remain in Chile.

Position for Quebrada Blanca Fase 2 Project in Santiago, Chile.

Salary will be based on current market rates and the posted grade will not be adjusted to suit the successful candidate.

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