Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
£53456 - £54567 per annum
3 months ago
Middlesbrough and surrounding areas
Our client, are looking for a Quality Manager
Duties of the role will include, but is not limited to:
- Develop and agree a construction project quality plan (PQP) that will outline and demonstrate quality of construction with all external main contractors on, bulk purchase, section 106 and directly commissioned schemes.
- Develop and agree a construction project quality plan (PQP) on direct delivery projects, liaising and working closely with the build and development Operations Managers
- Taking ownership on all external main contractors delivering on the agreed PQP.
- Inspection and test plan sign offs with main contractors
- Stage inspections in line with NHBC processes
- Liaising and working closely with Customer Care team on resolutions of defects from occupation and throughout the defects liability period.
- Create a "right first time" approach and culture with main contractors and supply chain
- Conducting inspections across all sites on a regular rotating basis ensuring each visit is planned and programmed in with the Site and Project Management including trades
- Collate and upload relevant findings, reports and photographs in relation to build quality, ensuring accuracy of weekly reports forwarded to the Production team, contractors and other departments as required
- Visit premises where components are being manufactured off-site and inspect for compliance with the Building Contract; Inform the Contractor and Project Manager in writing of any items that do not comply
- Liaising with Site Managers, Project Managers and Commercial team over areas of concern or material issues which may result in quality risks
- Produce a monthly report to Construction Director summarising any points regarding quality and risk
- Designing quality standards, procedures and specifications for the business
- Assist in the development, implementation, and continuous review of quality controls and associated policies & procedures. Ensuring they are up to date and compliant with regulatory and legislative requirements and in turn our processes too
The successful candidate will have:
- Educated to degree level or equivalent
If you believe that you are well-suited to the role please apply. For additional information, please contact Ellie Parkinson at Sellick Partnership.
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