- Interface with Projects and TA management to understand all planned scope of work that requires inspection, engineering, and procurement support. Utilize the Project Controls resourcing model to look ahead at inspection resource needs and adjust manpower as needed.
- Review each contractor's Quality Control (QC) plans and QA/QC organizational structure to ensure they have sufficient resources to support their scope of work, including embedded programs/procedures to competently manage, document, and track their work.
- Confirm QA/QC alignment between the PM, Engineering, Procurement and Supply Chain Management (PSCM), Heath Safety Security and Environment (HSSE), Construction, Commissioning, and Turnaround functions.
- Help create, maintain and improve processes related to: Engineering Welding Requirements (EWRs), Contractor Turnover Packages, Inspection and Test Plans (ITPs), Third Party Inspection Management, etc.
- Ensure the receipt and review of Contractor Quality Assurance Manuals and perform work audits to verify compliance with BP Site Technical Practices (STPs), QA/QC expectations and the State of Washington Boiler and Unfired Pressure Vessel Laws.
- Accountable for establishing, tracking, and reporting Project and Turnaround QA/QC Metrics.
- Support the Project and Turnaround teams with scope development, constructability reviews, job plan preparation and work package development.
- Assemble and cascade Project and Turnaround QA/QC Lessons Learned with refinery stakeholders including Contract QA/QC personnel, engineering groups and execution organizations.
- Understand how Cherry Point's (CHP) QA/QC model fits into the Projects Capital Value Process (CVP) and the Turnaround Common Process (TCP), through the review and updating of CHP's TA Completions Plan, CHP's Quality Management System (QMS) for Projects and by ensuring the BP QA/QC Manual is kept evergreen and fit for purpose.
- Demonstrate proficiency with industry codes and standards as well as BP specifications and practices related to welded fabrication and construction.
- Experienced in the review of Welding Procedure Specifications (WPSs), Welder Performance Qualifications (WPSs) and Procedure Qualification Records (PQRs).
- Sufficiently knowledgeable in materials and damage mechanisms in a refinery setting to recognize when an issue needs to be raised with the appropriate subject matter expert(s).
- Understand the components required to for a successful outcome with an outside fabricator (Pre-Inspection Meeting, Inspection and Testing Plan Development and communication, Third-Party Inspection management, etc.)
- Demonstrated proficiency and knowledge in reviewing and signing off fabricators' construction, repair, and/or alteration, and turnover QA/QC packages.
- Knowledge of applicable and appropriate field quality auditing methods.
- Strong teamwork and communication skills.
- AWS CWI preferred or strong welding engineering/application knowledge
- Knowledge in ASME B31.3 & ASME B31.1
- Knowledge in ASME Section VIII Div. 1 & Div. 2 & API-510
- Knowledge in ASME Section V and NACE
- Familiar with Pressure Vessel Inspections in accordance with the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC)
- Non-Destructive Examination Familiarity (MT, PT, UT, RT, PAUT)
- Familiarity with Positive Material Identification (PMI)
- Ability to Develop and apply change leadership concept and tools
- Ability to recognize innovation in technology as it pertains to Quality Assurance & Quality Control.
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