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Position: QA/QC Inspector IV Category: Inspections
City: Anchorage State : AK
Branch Name: Oil & Gas Consulting Dress Code:
Branch Phone: (713) 965-6200 Job ID: 180013
Pay Information: $68.00 - $72.00 Order Type: TE

Title: Willow Fabrication E&I Quality Assurance Lead

Located on Alaska’s North Slope in the National Petroleum Reserve (NPR-A), the Willow project is estimated to produce 180,000 barrels of oil per day at its peak.

The economic impact of the Willow project will be sizable. According to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) estimates, Willow could generate between $8 billion and $17 billion in new revenue for the federal government, the state of Alaska, the North Slope Borough, and local communities. The initial phase of Willow development will include a new Willow Central Processing Facility (WCF), three drill sites, pipelines, roads, bridges and supporting infrastructure.

Scope Summary
The Willow project is spread over several phases and areas.
2023 – 2025 - Detailed Design
2023 – 2024 - WOC Fabrication
2025 – 2027 - WOC North Slope Installation and Commissioning
2025 – 2027 - WCF / DS Sealift Module Fabrication
2027 – 2029 – WCF / DS North Slope Installation and Commissioning

Willow will be a greenfield design including all processing facilities, utilities, drilling equipment, camp, and power generation.

General Summary:
This position is responsible for monitoring fabrication site quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) activities within his/her prevue and providing direction to contractor QA/QC personnel. He/she supports the development and implementation of effective QA/QC through processes, procedures, training, control measures, corrective and preventive action, assessment, documentation and audit, measurement and analysis, and continuous improvement.

Critical and leadership skills include:
• Understanding and implementation of quality assurance and quality control processes and procedures during the fabrication phase of a project.
• Must be able to build and maintain a good working relationship within the contractor quality organization.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Responsible for the administration of the fabrication/module assembly quality requirements to ensure contractors’ compliance with project specifications and practices as they relate to quality during the fabrication phase.
• Coordinating with the fabrication team to ensure timely execution of quality activities.
• Assists in the development and review Quality Assurance procedures & processes.
• Identification and control of Deficient Conditions (Deficiency Reports, Non-Conformance Reports, and Corrective Action Reports) and process.
• Follow-up on corrective actions and NCRs including verification of disposition and effectiveness of corrective and preventive actions.

The Fabrication Quality Assurance Coordinator is accountable for and as required responsible performing the following:
• Review of Contractor Quality Plans ITPs and procedures and ensuring they are as per specifications.
• Provide verification of Contractors’ implementation of their fabrication processes and procedures through execution of the quality surveillance program.
• Participate in contractors’ kick offs to outline Quality requirements.
• Participates in ITP witness and hold point activities as indicated in the approved ITP.
• Review hydro test packs and participates in pre-hydro test walk-downs.
• Witness hydro tests and participate in piping reinstatement walk downs.
• Reviewing PMI and NDE reports, e.g., RT, UT, MT, etc.
• Reviewing contractor IQRs.
• Participates in system walkdowns.
• Participates in document reviews and turnover reviews.
• Sign-off of turnover documentation for COP where appropriate.

Preferred Leadership Competencies:
• Leading Self
? Accountability
? Adaptability
? Decision Making
? Influence
? Planning
? Results Orientation
? Safety
• Leading Others
? Building Relationships
? Collaboration
? Effective Communication
• Leading the Business
? Analysis
? Continuous Improvement
? Execution?

• HS Diploma or Equiv

• 5 plus years’ experience with capital oil and gas facilities

Education: HS Diploma or Equiv required

Work Schedule: 5-40 Schedule (8Hr Days) - 5 days on / 2 days off

Pay Range: The pay range for this position is $68.00 - $72.00 per hour; however, the pay offered may vary depending on job-related knowledge, skills, and experience. This pay information is being provided pursuant to applicable law and is based in part on market location.


The benefits available with this position include:

  • Ongoing Training (RSO, Systems, Software Programs, OSHA Safety, JJ Keller, etc.)
  • Continuous Employment Development and Learning
  • Ongoing Advocacy, internal assets with HSE, Legal and HR teams and experts to aid in Employee Career Path and Advancement
  • 401K
  • Aetna Group Medical Coverage & Kaiser for California only
  • Dental Insurance Coverage
  • Vision Insurance Coverage
  • Basic Life Insurance & AD&D
  • Long Term Disability
  • Voluntary Short-Term Disability
  • Direct Deposit
  • Health Savings and Flexible Spending Accounts

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