Quality Controller At RATP Dev Middle East & North Africa
The responsibilities of a Quality Control Inspector vary from one industry to another, but there are a few common responsibilities irrespective of the domain. Let’s look at them
Follow and support subcontractors to ensure the implementation of the green line Quality Assurance, Control rules and procedures that comply with the RATP Quality processes and requirements, for all technical and operational matters and interfaces in connection with their scope of work.
The job consists of developing, supporting, and following Quality rules and procedures to be implemented by Civil subcontractors to guarantee that the level of Quality of the works delivered by the subcontractors will be to the satisfaction of RATP.
Responsibilities/DutiesResponsible for Monitor the status of the station and malfunctions.
Follow up on the daily attendance of subcontractors.
Follow-up the state of cleanliness in stations, rooms, and offices.
Follow up the subcontractor’s quality service.
Responsible to Fill out attendance and departure reports and ensure that there is no fraud.
Responsible to Writing reports on the status of stations and sending them on time.
Responsible to Writing reports on the status of malfunctions at the stations, following them up and sending them at the specified dates.
To maintain proper safety standards according to established policies and procedures including proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as needed.
Assist in performing investigations of significant quality issues to identify specific responsibility.
Assist fellow employees solve problems. Be the backup for the other QC Inspectors as needed.
Must follow procedures and guidelines as defined by the Employee Handbook.
Monitoring all signs inside and outside the station and ensuring the quality of the labels and the correctness of the information.
Other duties and responsibilities might be assigned
QUALIFICATIONS:University Graduates education level.
English language (Fluent) and local language.
Developing cooperative relationships with internal and external actors
Full involvement in the safety issues (personnel & equipment)
Having strong oral and written communication skills
Minimum 2-4 years working experience in Quality Control in any industry, supervisory level and have handled a team and/or extensive proven gained in a railway operation or similar environment.
Possess extensive knowledge of railway systems.
Basic computer working knowledge (office).
Ability to undertake “hands on” work in core area and on safety issues.
Thoroughness in planning and execution.
People friendly attitude.
Well-developed written and oral communication skills, interpersonal skills.
Ability to analyze situations.
Demonstrated capability of developing innovative solutions to manage sensitive industrial relations issues.
Excellent Planning, Conceptual and Consultative skills. Effective co-ordination.
Must be able to work under pressure and meet strict deadlines.
Well adept at time-management.