NDT / Quality Assurance Director
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NDT.org Job Number: 66019 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
State: VA Virginia
Country: United States
Length: Permanent
Pay: 80,000.00 - 95,000.00 per year
Duties and Responsibilities
• Monitors, oversees and has responsibility for the QMS throughout the organization, including remote sites.
• Continuously promotes the use and utilization of the QMS and all associated policies and procedures throughout the Corporation.
• Reviews needs of the QMS and recommends any needed changes to comply with customer and/or industry related regulatory requirements with executive management.
• Researches, develops, and/or approves all corporate policies and procedures for use.
• Ensures corporate processes and/or products are established, implemented, measured, monitored, and maintained.
• Performs corporate QA/ISO Internal and External Training.
• Leads internal audits and coordinates and supports external audits of the Corporation.
• Evaluates audit findings and implements appropriate corrective and preventive actions.
• Serves as the certifying authority for SSPC QP-1, ISO 9001:2015, Welders, Braziers, NDT Inspectors and corporate procedures.
• In concert with the Project Management Team, develops required test memorandums (TM) and Process Control Procedures (PCP) and ensures conformance to customer requirements.
• Ensures subcontractors’ qualifications meet Corporate, customer and/or regulatory and QMS requirements prior to utilization
• Regularly interacts and provides input to Project Management team with respect to specific quality requirements to the project level and assigns appropriate QA support team.
• Promotes knowledge and awareness of customer and/or interested party requirements throughout the corporation.
• Oversees the development, adherence to and control of contract Test and Inspections Plans (TIP)
• Oversees the development of QA Workbooks
• Ensures all Complaint Reports (CARs), Non-Conformance Reports (NCRs), Preventive Action Requests (PARs), and audit findings are investigated, tracked, and reported to management and the customer, as required.
• Performs data analysis relating to product conformity, the corporate quality policy and objectives, customer/supplier satisfaction, and the trends of various products and processes.
• Assist with the development and management of the QA/NDE/ISO overhead and direct budgets.
• Provides input for QA and NDE estimates for proposals and/or large efforts.
Experience Requirements:
• Bachelor degree and/or experience equivalency.
• Min. 10 years of QA/QC experience in Ship Repair or heavy industrial manufacturing environment.
• Interaction with Naval Surface Warfare Centers and specific requirements
• Background in NDT a plus

Other Requirements:
• Must be able to obtain a Government facility security pass.
• Must be able to pass a Drug Screening, and Work Ability Screening.