|Job Ref:||11203BR||Employer:||MWH||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Country:||Netherlands||City:||Arnhem||Address:||Post Date:||07/10/2016 04:06|
The role holder will primarily be working in both external and internal project teams on challenging civil engineering and infrastructure projects. This is a multi disciplinary role, requiring a candidate not only with the right mix of experience, talent and professionalism, but the ability to juggle roles and adapt to the situation at hand. With many of MWH's customers, especially those in central government, increasingly making use of the market (and given declining budgets) internal quality assurance is of the utmost importance. There is a powerful need for capable Quality Managers who can expertly monitor project quality and any improvements implemented within them. You will primarily be working for clients involved in the construction and management of wet and dry infrastructure, such as The Directorate-General for Public Works (Rijkswaterstaat) and the Port of Rotterdam. These are often unique and complex projects of which many 'standard' processes need to be tailored to a custom level. The role holder will ensure not only that each process is clear and transparent, but every member of the project team is fully informed on how to work with them. By working with the assigned Project Manager on which components require assessment you will involve the entire project team with these processes on every level. Not just formulating and analysing processes, you will take the initiative to facilitate improvement rounds aimed at process optimization. This is in addition to being responsible for the progress, monitoring, reporting and communication of these process improvements. The role holder will provide fellow managers in the project team with both solicited and as needed advice in regards to quality management concerns. You will develop and improve upon quality management process and create the necessary support for these concerns, safeguarding and providing facilities for the Request For Change (RFC) process. |
• An Academic degree in a relevant field
• A minimum of 3 years relevant work experience in quality management (preferably in large-scale infrastructure projects);
• Relevant experience of wet and/or dry infrastructure projects (Rijkswaterstaat or the Port of Rotterdam experience would be an advantage);
• Broad, up to date knowledge of the requisite specialist disciplines;
• Conversant with current laws and regulations;
• Possess excellent planning, organizational and coordinating skills
• The ability to work independently, with a positive and proactive attitude while possessing good social skills;
• Demonstrate the ability to take the lead in this specialist domain within MWH;
• Hold the ability to think and act innovatively within established parameters, frameworks and requirements;
• Excellent command of the Dutch language and the capability to report in a clear, structured manner.
• Ability to take the lead in this specialist domain within MWH;
• Experience in the management of quality systems (including quality management planning);
• Experience in the preparation of risk-based audit plans and the supervision and performance of internal audits;
We will give you every opportunity to perform effectively and to enhance your personal development in a dynamic, professional and informal working environment. Our organization offers sufficient scope for demonstrating own initiative and responsibility. Naturally, the terms and conditions of employment are competitive.
Our intention is to enter into a long-term working relationship, one that is fruitful to both you and the company.
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If you would like to learn more about this position at MWH, please contact Sanne van Empel, Business Unit Manager, telephone number: +31 (0)6 2296 6964.