QA Level - 2
Atlantic Beach, FL
To perform this role successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Required Education: High school diploma or GED
Required Experience: Minimum 3 years of experience and/or combination of education and experience (Navy/Marine Engineering related
- Able to read and explain blueprints/specifications, instructions and understand oral and written instructions.
- General knowledge of shipboard work with the ability to read blue prints, interpret government & NSI requirements. The ability to work without supervision in high pressure situations. Well organized, highly motivated professional with excellent oral and written communication skills. Required to interface with Trade Supervisors, Ship Superintendents, and Customer Representatives regarding quality issues.
- Ability to handle multiple assignments read and interpret customer specifications requirements. The individual must have a strong background of Governments specifications, work specification requirements, in NAVSEA Standard Items, Mil Specs, Microsoft office, Process Control Procedures, material inventory inspections, NACE or NBPI, NDT WWI or Level II, and a thorough understanding of Quality Assurance. Required to interface with Ship Superintendents, Planning Department and Customer Representatives. Perform and document in-process and final inspections as required by the contract.
- Participates in the enforcement of Processes Control Procedures (PCP) in accordance with NAVSEA Standard Items and Navy Instructions.
- Coordinates with test team throughout the availability to include any added work items, revised work items, canceled work items, etc.
- Coordinates, oversees and attends quality assurance checkpoints with required customer representatives.
- Monitors all maintenance efforts to ensure compliance with quality requirements.
- Maintains all checkpoint documentation throughout the availability.
- QA compliance and performance including material controls, Failure Reporting, Corrective Actions, QA reporting (where required) and calibration requirements.
Quality Assurance Inspector will be focused on conducting QA efforts on Corrective Maintenance (CM), Facilities Maintenance (FM), and Preventative Maintenance (PMS) efforts, supporting checkpoints simultaneously, collecting OQE and performing surveillance activity such as verification of onboard paperwork, PCPs, welders certs, welding material, personnel qualifications, etc. The Quality Assurance Inspector will be responsible for coordinating the checkpoint activity of the aforementioned personnel, collecting, verifying and matching OQE to completed work items, PCP development and review of documentation to ensure quality requirements have been identified and flowed.