Must have 15 plus years of experience in shipyard and maritime work practices and quality assurance. Also, must have a valid driver’s license and TWIC (Transportation Workers Identification Credential). Must also have welding, forklift, and crane certifications.
The Quality Assurance Project Manager assists the shipyard manager with planning estimates, negotiations, staffing requirements and resolves internal issues that arise over the productive safe management of a project.
Interpret project specifications
2. Read and understand project Blue Prints
3. Plan project sequencing and coordinate the various phases of the project to prevent delays and avoid rework.
4. Write timely and accurate documentation of each job and contribute accordingly to final written specifications.
5. Confer with supervisors and project management staff, project inspectors, and purchasing to resolve repair problems and to improve repair methods.
6. Required to review project specifications prior to start work for completeness, accuracy and compliance with technical specifications and customer requirements.
7. Establish basic inspection plans for projects.
8. Perform in-process work surveillance, safety surveillance, and conducts final work package review after work completion.
9. Perform internal audits to monitor compliance with company procedures and perform external audits for quality of materials used in the project.
10.Prepare corrective action requests as related to production work to ensure compliance with established policies, procedures and work instructions.
11.Assist with and manage overall quality assurance activities including compliance, certifications, and qualifications for assigned projects.
12.Work with the shipyard manager to develop the overhaul or repair implementation plan.
13.Required to track, estimate and help negotiate any and all change work to the contract.
14.Recognize potential problems early, recommend solutions, and help implement corrections.
15.Monitor the progress throughout the project or multiple projects.
16.Track problems that were encountered during the project and the solutions that were implemented.
17.Assist in explaining plans and contract terms to administrative staff and workers.
18.Assist in performing job cost projections, monitor cost, schedule and quality of the project and immediately report any issues that would affect cost or schedule performance.
19.Work in the shipyard and/or a vessel, and go onto a vessel to perform vessel checks and verification of data.
20.Ensure that any issues raised are resolved in a timely manner.
21.Advise managers on status of work, reviews and recommend changes and resolve technical problems.
22.Knowledge of shipyard, maritime, commercial work practices, quality assurance, safety, welding and metal working, and contracting methods.
23.Knowledge of ship repair processes and procedures.
24.Knowledge/ability to weld.
25.Knowledge of OSHA regulations for shipyard employment.
26.Knowledge to demonstrate ability in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their applications.
27.Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective fabrication of materials to use in repairs.
28.Perform other assignments or tasks as needed or requested by management to assist in accomplishing the company’s mission, objectives and goals such as recording time worked by employees on each individual job, report man-hours worked, and materials and supplies used.
Stevens Towing Co, Inc. is an At-Will Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all are encouraged to apply. Applicants are treated on the basis of their job-related qualifications, ability and performance.
Equal Opportunity Employer: disability/veteran
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $24.00 - $36.00 per hour
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