Vinnell Arabia

  • Senior Quality Assurance Quality Control

    ID
    2018-2983
    Category
    Aviation Logistics Training Division (ALTD)
  • Overview

    Responsible for monitoring and measuring inventory controls, material management and services to degree of customer satisfaction. Responsible for the performance and effectiveness of the quality management system, planning and developing statistical data to support findings.  Responsible for the establishment of the Operating Procedures (OP); ensuring the alignment with the logistic requirements and meets the intent of the overall Aviation Logistics and Transportation Branch program and the Ministry of the National Guard. Serves as the catalyst for all Policy Statements (PS), Operating Procedures and Regulations, in regards to the Aviation Program in support of the company. Responsible for the reviewing of detailed logistics and equipment operational information to ensure compliance. Responsible for establishing, evaluating, and improving the transportation network and import/export process. Works with various aviation operating entities to ensure inspections, process control analyses, and internal audits are conducted IAW the QAQC Program. Responsible for generating results-based quantitative assessments of contract regulations and agency procedures. Serves as the liaison between the company and various foreign and domestic government agencies.

    A. Duties/responsibilities:

    1. Ensures mission assurance and quality control within functional activities among designated Vinnell Arabia organizations are planned, coordinated, integrated and synchronized to achieve contractual requirements IAW Aviation Contract Deliverable Requirement List (CDRL).
    2. Devise maintenance quality control processes, procedures, and measures, standards, and key performance indicators (KPIs), as well as continuous improvement initiatives.
    3. Advises managers on the implementation of tools and techniques to enable achievement of quality standards.
    4. Provides objective-oriented direction to subordinate organizations specifically addressing risk management.
    5. Participates in the development of appropriate communication, knowledge, and project status reporting at multiple levels.
    6. Establishes performance measurement and data collection methodology for the Quality Assurance Surveillance Plan (QASP).
    7. Evaluates the EIMO process and ensures compliance with U.S. and foreign government laws and regulations.
    8. Inspects the completion of paperwork and transactions associated with international goods movement in a timely manner.
    9. Provides QA/QC advice on the development of transportation plans that affect budgets, equipment availability, and inventory, as it relates to non-mission capable – due to supply (NMC-S) and operational readiness (OR) rates; creates and reviews procedures to maximize customer satisfaction and minimize cost.
    10. Inspects the filing systems for simple access of import/export documentation in a timely manner; uses management information system to ensure full compliance with US and Saudi regulations.
    11. Possess thorough knowledge of site and company Operating Procedures, policies and procedures.
    12. Works with Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), VATB, and freight forwarder personnel to arrange, expedite and negotiate any special or critical shipments, both domestic and international, both import and export.
    13. Advises on the appropriate manner to research and initiate claim processes on damaged or missing shipments.
    14. Deals effectively with co-workers and people in the supervision of staff. 
    15. All other duties as assigned.

    B. Independence: Performs within the broad guidelines of duties with a significant choice of methods. Authority to select and implement goals and objectives within the execution of duties and responsibilities.

     

    C. Supervisory Responsibilities: Advises, trains, and leads individuals assigned to ALTD within the framework of QA/QC requirements.

    Qualifications

    A. Education Level: Bachelor’s Degree in Management (preferred) and / or three years-minimum of relevant certified compliance experience.

     

    B. Experience: Extensive years of experience in the fields of productive goals and metrics, logistics, transportation and / or export / import management desired (5 years preferred). Former commissioned officer (AOCs 88A, 88B, 90A, 91A, 92A), NCO (MOS 92 series – Logistics Management), or warrant officer (WOMOS 882A) desired.  (Certification  and / or experience  within the Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement Initiatives, Attended or able to attend the most current AS9110 and / or AS9100 Lead Auditor Training – Preferred)

     

    C. Specific knowledge, skills, and ability requirements: US Army Aviation logistics / supply chain experience desired.  Prior experience with Saudi customs and import / export laws / regulations - Preferred.  US Army service school instructor or civilian equivalent teaching experience desired.  Certificates: SAP, OSHA / AS400 Experience.

     

    D. Other: Proficient with Microsoft Office to include Word, Excel, PowerPoint and SAP.  Ability to communicate   effectively - both orally and written and with the employees of all positions in a professional and courteous manner. QA/QC subject Matter Expert, during training, meetings and conferences, as required. Strong organizational and work management skills.  US Citizenship and possess a valid driver’s license.

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