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System One Quality Control - Manager in Boston, Massachusetts

Summary Statement

The Quality Control manager must perform a wide variety of tasks in support of the Company’s Quality Management goals and standards. He/she must comply with all Federal and State environmental, safety and health regulations, standards, procedures, and guidelines, and comply with all company issued policies, procedures, rules, and regulations. He/she must also have an excellent work ethic including excellent attendance, punctuality, and the desire to lead the department to complete designated work in a timely fashion.


  • Bachelor’s or associate degree is preferable in suitable field.

  • Must have direct experience working in an ISO 9001 environment for Shipbuilding and or steel construction.

  • Must have 5 plus years in inspection.

  • Must have a strong background of welding, procedures, and document control.

  • A good understanding of measuring devices (tape, rule, weld gauge, optical tooling)

  • Must have a strong background in blueprint reading and ability to communicate theory.

  • Computer literate.

  • Must possess strong math skills.

  • General knowledge of NDT theory and practical application (MT, PT, VT).

  • Must have knowledge of ABS and Coast Guard Rules and Regulations

  • Ability to set up inspection call outs with ABS, Coast Guard, and owner Rep.

  • Good communication with ABS, Coast Guard and Owner Rep.

  • Good communication skills and ability to operate in stressful situations while maintaining a professional attitude.

  • Ability to follow instructions given by management.

  • Must possess strong decision making abilities as well as the ability to communicate the decisions in a clear and concise manner.

  • Must be a self starter with the ability to perform job duties working with management to achieve set goals.

    Education/Experience Continued…

  • Must have strong communications skills and be able to explain job status to supervisors and subordinates.

  • Must be able to identify and report any and all problems and discrepancies to management.

  • Must be able to receive instructions and perform job duties in budgeted time frames.

  • Must have a willingness to learn new techniques and automated or semi-automated processes for the betterment of the company.

  • Must be able to meet the work schedule.

  • Must be able to maintain a clean work environment.

  • Must wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as required by job hazard analysis.

  • Must be physically able to work in all areas of the shipyard and understand the different welding processes used in the industry.

  • Depending on the area of the shipyard, this job classification may require that you be certified on both electric and gas-powered boom lifts.

  • Must complete any other task or assignment as directed by a manager.

  • Responsible for overseeing QC personnel during inspection.

  • Delegate Daily work scope.

  • Responsible for training QC personnel (safety, blueprint reading, welding procedures and measuring devices).

  • Responsible for all documentation for different projects.

  • ISO 9001 experience and familiarity

    Physical Demands

  • The employee must have correctable vision to 20/40, however contact lenses are not permitted in certain production area positions.

  • The employee must pass the Ishihara test for color blindness and have the ability to read and understand safety symbols and colors, (i.e. red, yellow, green, etc.).

  • The employee must pass a pulmonary function exam for positions requiring respiratory protection.

  • The employee must be able to stand, sit, walk, squat, kneel, stoop, or climb stairs or a ladder.

  • The employee must be able to perform overhead work, as necessary, with a full range of motion.

  • The employee must not be claustrophobic and may be required to work in confined spaces.

  • The employee must have the capability to maneuver through openings as small as 18 inches by 23 inches and would need to be able to move and crawl into awkward positions.

  • The employee must be able to work in static positions for extended periods of time.

  • The employee must have good balance and the capability of standing on each foot for a period of 30 seconds or more.

  • The employee must not have a fear of heights and may be required to work in an elevated environment (which could include heights of more than 50 feet) on scaffolding, from staging, planking, or a mechanical lift.

  • The employee must be able to carry tools and or equipment to their designated work area. They could include but are not limited to the tools associated with

    their trade, or others as designated by their responsibilities. The approximate weight could be as much as 75 pounds.

    Work Demands

  • The employee is required to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) including but not limited to respirator, hardhat, face shield, safety goggles, safety shoes (steel toe), safety harness, gloves or other protective clothing as determined by a Marine Job Hazard Analysis.

  • The employee must report all accidents or injuries to their supervisor and the Environmental Safety and Health Department.

  • The employee must report to their supervisor any and all damage to equipment, or broken and misused tools.

  • The employee may be working in several different areas and environments; this includes work inside and outside of buildings or structures.

  • The employee needs to work at a pace consistent with meeting company deadlines.

System One, and its subsidiaries including Joulé, ALTA IT Services, CM Access, TPGS, and MOUNTAIN, LTD., are leaders in delivering workforce solutions and integrated services across North America. We help clients get work done more efficiently and economically, without compromising quality. System One not only serves as a valued partner for our clients, but we offer eligible full-time employees health and welfare benefits coverage options including medical, dental, vision, spending accounts, life insurance, voluntary plans, as well as participation in a 401(k) plan.

System One is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, family care or medical leave status, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.