KEO International Consultants

QA/QC Inspector

Job Location(s) UAE-Al Ain
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(5/18/2024 10:22 AM)
Job ID
2024-9201
# of Openings
1
Category
QA/QC

Overview

KEO is a creative enterprise, where innovation is a way of life. We are uniquely resourced with end-to-end services to take clients from inspiration – through conceptualization – to realization of planning, design or project delivery in the built and natural environments. For over 60 years we’ve led with vision, contributing to many of the world’s most ambitious projects, iconic places, remarkable experiences and prosperous communities.

 

As a highly integrated and agile AEP/PMCM firm, KEO is recognized by ENR as one of the Top 225 International Design Firms and one of the Top 20 International PM/CM Firms. We are also ranked by World Architecture as the 57th largest global architecture firm and the #1 Firm in the Middle East Region in their 2023 WA100 Survey.

We invite you to join us. Why?

When you join KEO, you’ll discover more than just a job – you’ll find a supportive environment that fosters your professional development through internal global mobility and career development and does so within a culture that supports company-wide health and well-being through on-demand counselling services and regular workplace clinics. You will be invited to celebrate community events such as sports days, fun-runs, in-house sports teams and beach clean ups. In addition to your competitive package and benefits you will have access to a suite of policies that include hybrid working arrangements, individual athletic sponsorship, study assistance sponsorship, employee referral rewards, mentoring and coaching programs and extensive in-house on demand learning courses. 

 

Responsibilities

Our newest opportunity is for a talented QA/QC Inspector to join our award winning team based in Al Ain, UAE.

We envisage success in this role to include;

  • Attending to Inspection Requests (IR's) submitted by the contractor and taking appropriate action in a timely manner.
  • Review submitted shop drawings against contract drawings and specifications, local codes and statutory requirements, and international best practices.
  • Report any works carried out by the contractor found to not be in accordance with the approved drawings and specifications, and report to stakeholders for appropriate action.
  • Monitor the quality of work and assess the safety at site, including health and environmental issues, ensuring compliance with contractual / QCS specifications and safety and health risk assessments. 
  • Maintain records for daily activities on site, including progress photos, and ensure they are readily available for inspection as and when required.
  • Prepare surveillance report(s) for deficiencies of work found at site and non conformance reports (NCR) if required in view of the development of events.
  • Check and ensure effective co-ordination between discipline related work and all other disciplines.
  • Provide technical input and experience to resolve any discipline related issues on site that may arise.

 

Qualifications

To be successful in this dynamic opportunity, we envision that your career journey to date will include 5 years of work experience partnered with a Diploma or Bachelor degree in an Engineering discipline. 

 

KEO’s performance is founded upon integrity, results, innovation, safety and our people. We embrace diversity and recognise its’ contribution to client success wherever we work.

We are excited to hear how you can partner with our award-winning team and treat all expressions of interest confidentially.

 

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