Quality Coordinator

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  • Location

    Glasgow, Scotland

  • Sector:

    Marine and Shipbuilding

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  • Salary:

    £0.00 - £19.79 per hour

  • Contact:

    Tom Critch

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

  • Duration:

    18 months+

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The role involves working within the Quality Team to provide guidance with quality activity, primarily to establish and maintain a quality management structure within the Platform organisation whilst effectively influence all stakeholders including senior management

Core Duties:

  • Identifying key processes - Customer process relationship (SIPOC)
  • Identify quality gates with measurable outputs
  • Monitor & measure quality performance in line with identified quality gates
  • Lead and support quality investigations through root cause analysis (RCA)
  • Non-conformance (NC) management
  • Coach and mentoring stakeholders in RCA and NC management
  • Support Zero-Defect Culture/Right First Time
  • Support cost of poor-quality activities with realisation of sustainable benefits
  • Support process confirmation schedule and project requirements
  • Encourage quality improvement activity across the IPTs
  • Support internal audit programme



  • Previous Quality (and/or Quality Assurance) experience within some capacity is essential
  • Effectively communicate at all levels in the business with the ability to convey information ensuring clarity and understanding with confidence
  • Experience of working within a complex design programme
  • Leadership (Requirements of the position for providing leadership and guidance to others)
  • Problem Solving (Breadth of mental skills required in order to perform the position)
  • Ability to support improvements and culture change within the Platform organisation in terms of behaviours and attitudes
  • Ability to support and identify poor quality outputs
  • Support individuals to improve performance to achieve desired outcomes (through RCA, LFE)


  • Previous experience of Shipbuilding would be extremely advantageous
  • Awareness of supply chain, project management and engineering relationships desirable
  • Previous stakeholder management with both internal and external customers would be beneficial
  • Strong facilitation skills in order to influence and gain buy in to enable change would again be desirable
  • Demonstrating ability to manage professional relationships ensuring trust and confidence would be a huge benefit

Functional Knowledge:

  • Support and provide in depth knowledge and experience of delivering quality improvement
  • Detailed knowledge of quality tools and techniques and their application
  • Internal auditor qualified
  • Strong technical knowledge particularly within the area of quality assurance with programme application
  • Responsibility of ensuring the effectiveness of the IPT Organisation
  • The role supports the quality organisation from Head of SHEQ to Lead Quality Engineer