As a member of Reed Energy Group’s management team you must be able to perform an administrative/leadership role in the following areas:
Provide a Technical resource to Reed Energy Group owners and Supervisors on Government Regulatory issues.
Administer and maintain the Reed Energy Group Quality Control System.
Communicate with applicable regulatory agencies on code issues and applications.
Work with client engineering firms on design and best industry practices, (code applications) used in welded and mechanically assembled piping systems. ASME B31.1, B31.3, B31.1 BEP, Section VIII Div 1 Pressure vessels etc.
Build and maintain a QC library that contains all the necessary ASME, CSA, API code books for reference of applicable codes used in constructing facility and pipelines. Store original copies of all jobs constructed by Reed Energy Group in accordance with regulatory guidelines. Examine all completed jobs for accuracy and completion to ensure a high standard of Quality Control for our clients.
Prepare repair procedures for clients that meet applicable code standards. ASME Section VIII Div 1 Pressure Vessels, ASME Section I Power Boilers, ASME Section IV Heaing Boilers and API 650 storage tanks.
Conduct yearly audits as required by ABSA, BC Safety Authority, and TSASK.
Build and maintain a QCI training and competency testing program for all of Reed Energy Group’s Project Managers and Foremen. Provide training on the Reed Energy Group QCI program and maintain a training record. Conduct testing and issue QCI certification to Reed Energy Group’s training standard.
Maintain a working relationship with all Reed Energy Group Supervisors. Be able to provide a technical resource on code issues and Quality Management System questions that might arise.
Maintain file system on Reed Energy Group’s Welder certification program.
Keep an up to date list of welders names with stamp ID’s in use in Reed Energy’s shops and in the field.
Degree or technical diploma in Mechanical/Material or Engineering would be considered an asset.
Knowledge of CWB, ASME and ABSA Code and Quality Assurance techniques.
Practical experience with Inspection and Test Plans, Welding Procedures and Welding Qualifications.
3-5 years of managerial experience.
Previous experience with creating and reviewing technical documentation, including test procedures, welding procedures and audit plans.
Able to develop, review, and maintain all aspects of the QA program.
Able to interpret, evaluate and apply provincial regulations, policies and procedures.
Strong written and verbal communication skills including the ability to interact with a wide variety of people including production workers, supervisors/managers, and outside inspectors and auditors.
Good computer skills are essential.