Submarine Quality Controller I (INSP)
Oceaneering is a global oilfield provider of engineered services
and products primarily to the offshore oil and gas industry, with a focus on deepwater applications.
Through the use of its applied technology expertise, Oceaneering also serves the defense and aerospace industries.
Oceaneering's business offerings include remotely operated vehicles
, built-to-order specialty subsea hardware, deepwater intervention and manned diving services, non-destructive testing and inspections, mobile offshore production systems, and engineering and project management.
Understand and enforce the Quality Assurance (QA) program to assure company production efforts are in compliance with customer directives, requirements and specifications. Ensure the requirements set forth in the company QA Manuals and approved processes are adhered to and enforced.
Frequent travel and overtime may be required.
Strong analytical skills required.Security Clearance
DoD Secret Security Clearance required and/or the ability to obtain a secret clearance.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Quality Controller I (INSP) reports directly to the Quality Control Inspector Supervisor or their designated representative for the performance of his/her duties.
These responsibilities include Enforcing an effective QA program, which follows the guidelines of the company QA Manuals, processes, and customer requirements.
Performing the duties and responsibilities set forth in the company QA Manuals, Standard Items, approved processes and customer requirements.
Maintaining personal QA training and qualifications.
Supporting an active Audit, Surveillance and Evaluation program.
Perform audits and surveillance as assigned by the Quality Control Manager or designated representative.
Accomplish ship board product compliance/inspection walk-through when assigned.
Enforcing an effective Calibration Program to include ensuring that Tools/equipment requiring calibration are serialized and calibration tags/stickers are attached properly.
Only tools with current calibration certification are used for production tasks.
Tools or equipment with expired calibration, suspect calibration (e.g.; dropped, damaged, used incorrectly, etc.), or without any calibration certification are removed from service and re-calibrated or replaced. Ensuring the controlled materials are received segregated, stored, tagged and issued properly.
Reject unacceptable (e.g., damaged, mismarked, etc.) controlled materials in accordance with directives.
Reviewing work packages prepared by Planning to ensure tasks that require special controls, procedures, and/or Objective Quality Evidence (OQE) are recognized and appropriate technical requirements and certificationdocuments are provided to production personnel for completion of task and documentation of OQE. Tasks related to systems testing (e.g., Unrestricted Operation Maintenance Requirement Card (URO MRC), mechanical joint tightness test, strength test, etc.) are recognized and appropriate technical requirements and certification documents are provided to production personnel for completion of task and documentation of OQE.
Performing the quality tasks related to the performance of Submarine Safety (SUBSAFE), Deep Submergence Systems (DSS) Scope of Certification (SOC), Advanced Swimmer Delivery System (ASDS) SOC, Diver s Life Support System (DLSS) SOC, Level I, and other controlled work. Witnessing controlled assemblies of systems and components as a second party, not involved in the task.
Remain completely autonomous during the procedure.
Witness and document test results as observed.
Verifying all work meets minimum standards set forth in latest applicable plans, specifications or directives from higher authority to include ensuring that each work package step which requires a verifying initial or signature is completed properly where applicable (e.g., QA Forms, Test Documents, Task Group Instructions, etc.) and ensuring each OQE document is completed properly.
Ensuring final cleanliness closure inspections are completed prior to system closure.
Reporting all deficiencies/discrepancies to the task supervisor and ensuring the problem is resolved prior to resuming task at hand and prior to package closure.
Ensuring required maintenance (e.g., Unrestricted Operation Maintenance Requirement Cards (URO MRC), etc.) has been performed/accomplished to sustain material condition to support
U. S. Navy submarine unrestricted operations.
Providing process improvement recommendations and recommended changes to company Quality Program and procedures.
Provide off-site logistical support to assigned projects.
Support and enforce the requirements identified in Standard Items.
Provide assistance as assigned by the Quality Control Manager to the Quality Control Inspector Supervisor (WP) and Quality Controllers (MAT).
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