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Completions Quality Manager

Posted: 7 Jun 2021 Closes: 21 Jun 2021
Bridgwater, United Kingdom Competitive
Permanent & Full-time MAC_11366

The opportunity

Project: Building two new nuclear reactors, the first in a new generation of nuclear power stations in the UK providing low-carbon electricity for around six million homes. The £19bn project is due to start generating electricity in 2026 and is currently the largest construction project in Europe.

Marking a significant milestone in the revitalisation of our nuclear power industry, this project will make a major contribution to the UK's move to reduce carbon emissions. The electricity generated by its two reactors will offset 9 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions a year over its 60-year lifespan.

Working in one of the programmes controls teams within the HPC project, under the direction and leadership of the project controls manager (PCM), to help lead the development, implementation, use and maintenance of project controls processes within the programme or a subdivision thereof (henceforth "programme"). To lead the direction and coordination of all project controls activities associated with the design, manufacture, construction and commissioning of the programme work scope within safety, quality, time and cost milestones. To support EDF Energy in developing an overall integrated plan and budget for the project and providing an effective and transparent project controls service.

The completions manager takes responsibility for completion's processes and procedures that are associated with their designated projects and multi-disciplinary team (MDT).

To discharge the role requires a range of technical skills and competencies, management and communication skills, construction awareness and knowledge of various EDF/NNB standard project procedures and quality control procedures.

Your responsibilities will include:
  • Managing adherence to and compliance of the NNB construction teams, the wider MDT and contract partners, to the process steps of the 'manage site works handover', review and approve 'end of construction status report (ECSR)' and 'end of erection status report (EESR)' and other LTQR procedures and specifications. Ensuring they are followed with generated completions documentation, periodically verified and approved as required at associated review points, created and compiled in accordance with procedural requirements throughout the lifecycle of the project and confirm completed documentation is uploaded onto EDRMS.
  • Ensuring that the contractor is fully aware of their obligations, in regards to the delivery of associated handover requirements as specified within the 'work delivery packs', contract scope, commissioning test pack and etc., organising any training or familiarisation of those requirements, to better prepare the contractor to deliver the correct content of agreed documentation at the appropriate time, in the project life cycle.
  • Coordinating and liaising directly with the relevant stakeholder delivery and quality leads and teams. to determine their portfolio of concurrent interfaces and handovers. confirm compliance of method used for the implementation of handovers and temporary access certificates is in line with project procedures and specifications.
  • Identifying the requirement for various stakeholder's involvement throughout the completions process and ensure they are consulted and included within the process as necessitated.
  • Identifying, facilitating and contributing to project-wide management issues which require a high level of interaction and coordination with other MDT members, site-wide team, third party contractors and other NNB parties.
  • Advising and suggesting enhancements and improvements to company policies, procedures and protocols for project delivery/closeout, handover, quality control, reporting and record-keeping.
  • Monitoring and tracking to closure, those NCRs and FCRs that are deemed to be level II exceptions on the handover certificates and drive the prompt close out of all level I, to enable handover and final approval of 'end of' reports.
  • Working with the project manager, other completions teams and wider MDT, to ensure that the content of the lifetime quality records are progressively updated and those aspects relating to the collation of records and completions documentation are fit for purpose.
  • Coordinating with tier 1 contractors and associated NNB MDT's, in order to ensure that the collation of any IDS, ECSR's or EESR's are available, in order to include them in the overarching handover certificate.
  • Maintaining responsibility for the direction of completions coordinators, ensuring they are supporting the completions and LTQR managers, and MDT in working towards handover certificate, TAC, LTQR packs and end of reports generation and acceptance.
About you

You have a degree qualification in civil, mechanical, electrical engineering, quality or construction management, or equivalent vocational training and experience. You hold a valid white or black CSCS card. You have extensive experience in the delivery of large, complex projects, including power, chemical and industrial. You have experience in the installation and erection of the large civil, mechanical or electrical plant.

You have a track record of delivering projects within a technically complex and dynamic environment whilst ensuring high levels of safety, security and environmental responsibility, ideally within the nuclear energy sector or similar regulated environment.

You can build lasting client relationships and provide support to strong, motivated teams. You will have experience working in a large integrated team over the full lifecycle of a project in a construction or consultancy background within the nuclear sector and be hungry to grow your career and enjoy the opportunities Mace has to offer.
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