Oceaneering is a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products primarily to the offshore oil and gas industry, with a focus on deepwater applications.
Through the use of its applied technology expertise, Oceaneering also serves the defense and aerospace industries.
Oceaneering's business offerings include remotely operated vehicles, built-to-order specialty subsea hardware, deepwater intervention and manned diving services, non-destructive testing and inspections, mobile offshore production systems, and engineering and project management.
Duties & Responsibilities
The Surface Quality Coordinator (SQC) is responsible for the performance of his/her duties including but are not limited to the following:
Coordinating the daily operations of inspection personnel.
Immediate reporting personnel are assigned Quality Inspectors and NDT Inspection personnel (Level II, Level I, and trainees).
Distribute, collect, and file JAC cards for all inspection personnel daily.
Implementing and enforcing an effective QA program that follows the guidelines of the company Surface Ship QA Manual and customer requirements
Provide daily notification to government personnel of inspection checkpoints.
Provide required over site for Government (G) point inspections and company Inspection (I) Points.
This includes protective coating in process/final inspections, final close out of spaces, etc.
Performing periodic monitoring of production, NDT, and QI personnel during the performance of their assignments.
Serving as on site company representative for all Quality Inspection meetings with Government Representatives, Ship Building Specialist, and other activities to discuss quality functions.
Establishing a team concept within the organization and working with other managers to promote a team concept.
Assign daily inspection plan by working with the Production Management to effectively commit inspection resources.
Work with Production Management to progress current schedules.
Provide weekly input.
Provide input for designing future inspection schedules.
Improving safety through training and employee awareness.
Enforcing safety policies to reduce injuries and holding individuals accountable for poor safety practices.
When necessary, carry out the duties of NDT Level II and QI personnel.
Maintaining custody and track inspection equipment.
Ensure inspection personnel have materials, consumables, & tools (in calibration when required).
Maintaining current inspection personnel certification and qualifications records for audit purposes.
Update inspector qualification memorandum for government representatives.
Documenting inspection attributes correctly on applicable Quality Assurance forms.
Notify Surface QAM and NDT program manager immediately of any Quality or Disciplinary actions needed
Equal Employment Opportunity
As set forth more fully in the Company's Equal Employment Opportunity Statement, Oceaneering is an equal opportunity employer.
Acts as the onsite Senior Oceaneering International, Inc. - Marine Services Division (OII-MSD) Surface Ship Quality point of contact to assure production efforts are in compliance with customer directives, requirements, and specifications.
Ensures the requirements set forth in the Surface QA Manual, OII-MSD Process Instructions, and customer specifications are adhered to and enforced. Interpret requirements, directives, and standards.
Witness and inspect critical vendor evolutions required by technical work documents.
Review or develop a Test and Inspection (T & I) Plan for each work item specified in the job order presented by Government or Prime Contractor.
Coordinates and perform shipboard QI and NDT duties set forth in the Surface QA Manual.
Assures Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and Quality Inspection (QI) are in compliance with customer directives, requirements, and specifications.
Able to set up and calibrate equipment and to interpret and evaluate test results with respect to applicable codes, standards, and specifications.
Knowledgeable of the scope and limitations of the NDT/QI methods for which inspection personnel are qualified/certified.
Exercises assigned responsibility for on-the-job training and guidance of QI personnel, NDT trainees, NDT Level I, and NDT Level II personnel.
Organizes and reports the results of inspections.
Coordinates and assigns duties to other NDT and QI personnel.
Other duties include working outside of the inspection field in a Tiger Team work environment.
Frequent travel and overtime may be required.
Strong analytical and personnel coordination skills required.
Secret Clearance required.
We offer a comprehensive and competitive Benefits Package which includes: Medical, Dental, Vision and 401K Retirement Plans.
High School/GED with ten years as certified NDT Level II or qualified QI personnel.
Or, Apprenticeship Journeyman/2 year technical degree with 5 five years as certified NDT Level II or qualified QI personnel.
Fifteen years of surface ship, LCAC, and/or small craft experience may substitute for Journeyman/2 year technical degree.
Or, 4 year technical degree with 1 year as certified NDT Level II or qualified QI personnel.
Twenty years of surface ship, LCAC, and/or small craft experience may substitute for 4 year technical degree.
Basic familiarity and knowledge of surface ship, LCAC and/or small craft structural, propulsion and other auxiliary systems.
Must have a working knowledge of NAVSEA Standard Items, U. S. Navy maintenance specifications, and related NAVSEA production documentation.
At a minimum this individual will be certified and proficient in the following methods:
VT and PT.
Additional certifications of other NDT methods preferred, i.e. MT, UT, ET.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively with personnel in and outside the organization.
Candidate must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications including Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.