Quality and Compliance Auditor
Reporting to the Contract Manager, this role has a geographical area across N. Ireland for the KN telecommunications Operations and will provide governance across;
Health & Safety compliance
Adherence to Quality and workmanship standards
Company Image and Driver policy compliance
Plant, Tools and equipment
Your role as Quality & Compliance officer is a pivotal role for the successful operations of the Telecommunication Operations and will ensure KN are operating at the highest standards across all key metrics.
The following reflect the main tasks associated with this position and are not intended to be exclusive or exhaustive:
Manage Daily Work
Act as an objective source of independent advice to ensure compliance and goal achievement
Performing the full audit cycle including risk management and control management over operations’ effectiveness, financial reliability and compliance with all applicable directives and regulations.
Conduct corrective action reviews, audits, inspections and risk assessments
Conduct training needs analysis
Carry out accident, incident investigations and root cause analysis studies
Provide HSEQT advice and direction to relevant personnel on site as required
Report on accidents, incidents and near misses
Adhere to HSEQT, and customer service expectations
Ensure all PPE and all equipment requiring calibrations is maintained up to date
Develop auditing plan based on thorough research with the Contract Manager
Analyse operational practice, periodic reports, databases, records and other forms of documentation to ensure compliance is established within the company.
Act as support for external auditing through client liaison.
Brief management on auditing findings and reports.
Collaborate with management to improve internal control mechanisms as needed.
Accept ownership of new auditing initiatives and enhance the Operational reputation and effectiveness.
Proven experience of working within a project life cycle.
A good understanding and practical experience in managing Risk, Assumptions, Issues, Dependencies and Escalations.
A good understanding of project governance and control.
Knowledge of the Openreach Network is essential.
5 plus years’ experience working within the following telecom areas: Poling, Civils, Overhead and Underground cable installation.
Openreach Lead Assessor qualified desirable
5 plus years’ experience with managing a direct labour workforce.
Chapter 8 Sign, light, guarding
Manual Handling, CSR, First Aid Training
The Good Bits:
KN Circet are committed to ensuring that we offer industry leading career opportunities, salary and benefits
packages such as:
• 25 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays.
• Pension scheme.
• Life Assurance.
• Holiday purchase scheme.
• Excellent career progression opportunities.
About KN Circet
KN Circet are an international group of companies employing over 3,500 employees and has been in operation
since 1975. We are providers in the Telecommunications, Civil Engineering, Rail, Electricity, Energy and Power
Service sectors across Ireland, the UK and Internationally.
Our staff are offered a working environment that encourages their input and has common values and goals. Our
culture is characterised by transparency, inclusiveness and trust.
KN Circet values diversity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community – We are committed to equal opportunities.