is currently seeking a Quality Specialist to join our Rail & Transit team in Thornhill, ON. RESPONSIBILITIES
- Support a team of Analysts and Engineers to perform quality analysis and control for on-going Rail & Transit projects and proposals.
- Lead the development of a Transportation Systems Quality Management System for the Transportation Systems Engineering Group and support maintenance of the ISO 9001:2015 certification.
- Review Transportation Systems Project Management Plans including Safety/Quality Plans, Work Plans, Risk Management Plans, and Communications Plans from a rail systems perspective.
- Monitor all Transportation Systems quality related activities on the projects, and liaison with the client's Quality representative on all Rail & Transit quality related issues.
- Plan and lead project audit reports for current and new projects, including the required rail systems quality, financial, risk, and performance analysis.
- Develop, implement, and maintain specific procedures governing Transportation Systems Quality Assurance processes, including flowcharts, roles and responsibilities, metric definitions, and measurement & analysis techniques.
- Train and monitor staff in Transportation Systems Quality Control, Root Cause Analysis, and Continuous Improvement techniques.
- Coordinate the resolution of Rail Systems technical issues between WSP, Client, suppliers, and vendors to enforce contract requirements and to ensure appropriate standards are met.
- Timely review Rail Systems software development plan, hardware development plan, quality plans, and other project plans to ensure correctness and completeness.
- Monitor the disposition of all issued nonconformance reports and statistical methods reporting, monitor job progress, ensuring change orders are processed, recognizing potential claims, and implement safety and quality control procedures.
- Review and act upon customer complaints, and project and quality performance issues.
- Local and international travel to support proposals, projects, and Client's needs.
- University degree in Engineering recognized by the Professional Engineers of Ontario.
- Recognized quality assurance/quality control designation.
- On-the-job training combined with a minimum 5 years' experience in Rail Systems projects using CENELEC and/or AREMA standards.
- Internal and/or Lead Auditor certificate
- Minimum of 5 years of experience in Rail & Transit or equivalent.
- PMP certification and/or P.Eng license are favorable.
- Experience in a Consulting Engineering environment.
- Require sound knowledge of Rail Systems Quality Assurance and Quality Control principles, methods and practices and comprehensive knowledge of test methods and documentation.
- Demonstrated technical leadership and management experience.
- Understanding of Rail Systems Engineering Concepts, including technical, project, and functional requirements analysis, system breakdown structures, and decomposition of system requirements into subsystem requirements.
- Experience in different Phases of the Engineering Design Life Cycle (Proposal, CDR, PDR, FDR) and System Testing and Integration Life Cycle (test plan, test case, FAT, SAT, Reliability and Availability).
- Possess sound judgement; good organizational, administrative, interpersonal, verbal communication, and technical report writing skills as well as excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to deal with complex issues and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of management.
- Strong computer skills, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Visio.
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