SQR (Quality Control)
Start Date- Immediately, Duration- Long Term, Location(s)- WA, PA, NY, MD and Northern VA
Requisition Description mechanical exp, needs to be located and will work in PA, NY, MD and Northern VA, CWI certified would be nice
This position will entail visits to vendor shops and performs the
activities defined by the quality surveillance assignment. Verifies
that equipment or materials include defined attributes of recognized
codes and standards and Client procurement document requirements.
Rejects material found non-conforming to procurement document
requirements. Collaborates with the supplier and project supplier
quality personnel to identify a course of action to achieve satisfactory
disposition of disclosed non-conformances.
Duties and Responsibilities
Area Supplier Quality Representative represents Client as the
suppliers primary contact and performs quality surveillance activities
defined by the assignment scope to verify, through monitoring,
observation, document review, and selective hands-on inspection, that
supplier furnished material and equipment conforms to the technical and
quality requirements of the procurement documents. Acting in this
capacity, the Area Supplier Quality Specialist performs the following:
Reviews the procurement document requirements with supplier
representatives to ensure they are understood and implemented.
Monitors supplier personnel activities including the witnessing of
operations, inspections, examinations or tests to verify purchase order
document requirements have been met. Reviews supplier generated quality
verification documentation to verify conformance to procurement document
Rejects material found nonconforming and collaborates with the supplier
and project supplier quality personnel to identify a course of action to
achieve satisfactory disposition of disclosed non-conformances.
Releases conforming material for shipment and notifies other client
functional organizations to assist in coordination of their activities.
Reports the results of quality surveillance activities to provide
client project personnel and the customer with the status of
Two years of related experience involving 2,000 hours of in-shop
surveillance, examination, or testing activities, or
High school diploma or GED and 1,000 hours of in-shop surveillance,
examination, or testing activities, or
An Associate Degree, or the equivalent of two years of full time college
coursework in a related discipline plus 500 hours of in-shop related
experience in equivalent inspection, examination, or testing activities.
The demonstrated ability to work under moderate supervision.
Excellent verbal and communication skills.
Computer skills must consist of a working knowledge of word, excel, and
access spreadsheets, electronic submission of reports and assignment
tracking and digital camera use.
Additional hours of in-shop quality surveillance or related experience
with equipment or materials common to the marketplace.