Material & Documentation Coordinator

KBM Resourcing

An excellent opportunity is available to join some of the Oil & Gas industries leading figures, in a newly created role in Aberdeen.

Job purpose:

To coordinate activities ensuring that company projects are delivered on time following company procedures.

Key responsibilities and accountabilities:

Operational:

Co-ordinate with workshop supervisor and suppliers to ensure desired materials, logistics objectives, priorities and schedules are met and communicated.
Control receipt of materials.
Inform workshop supervisor & respective job PRP of delivery status.
Generation of all delivery notes.
Liaising with workshop assistant to prepare scopes for project despatch.
Liaise with workshop supervisor and respective PRP to identify weights and dimensions of deliveries where necessary.
Completion of final pre-delivery inspection reports & photos.
Compiling electronic copies of fabrication documentation packs, preparation of final delivery notes & compile associated commodity codes for each item ordered as required by the client.
Provide support to the QC Manager for inspection release by clients.
Report any HSE issues witnessed in the workshop, stop the job if you feel that the safety or yourself or that of your colleagues is jeopardised.
Participate in all training provided by the company.
Will be requested at times to perform other tasks and work additional hours in abnormal situations to ensure customer order request dates are achieved.
Ad-hoc support of deliveries.

Development

Work with Directors to:

Develop iTrac scope schedule and certification tracker system with university
Develop & maintain the company calibration and maintenance register
Develop & management of consignment & consumable store
Develop an HMRC commodity coded delivery note system
Provide feedback and improvements to the company procedures
Input & implementation of company business plan key objectives
Job Scope and performance measures:

As outlined in the company strategic goals and objectives, the QC manager is responsible for delivering a number of KPI’s at agreed levels, specifically:

Group Level:

Participation in Quality Audits
Participation in Procedure review
Participate in the close out of an Improvement report
Attend QHSE Familiarization training

Service Level:

As outlined in the company strategic goals and objectives, the quality coordinator is responsible for delivering a number of KPI’s at agreed levels, specifically:-

Zero LTI’s
Less than 5% re-works post fabrication

Remuneration:

On offer is a competitive salary up to £35,000

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