Oct 29, 2018

LCAT: Quality Assurance Specialist Level: III Ft. Detrick, MD

  • Carter-Lambert Divisions
  • Ft. Detrick, MD
Full-Time Defense Government Other Program Management Purchasing - Procurement

Job Description

LCAT: Quality Assurance Specialist
Level: III

GS Equivalent: 13

Requiring Office: Joint Project Manager Medical Countermeasures Systems (JPM MCS)
Team: Strategic Initiatives Office (SIO)
Support Location: Ft. Detrick, MD - On-site

# of FTEs: 1

Sub-Title: Document Control Specialist

Clearance: Secret

 

Experience and/or Certifications Required

  • The contractor shall possess knowledge of quality assurance principles and practices as a function of a Quality Management System (QMS).
  • The contractor shall possess knowledge of the relationship of QA to other activities (e.g., program management, contract administration, technical requirements, etc.).
  • The contractor shall possess knowledge in Industry-accepted quality standards (i.e., International Standards Organization (ISO) 9001 philosophy, regulations, and Industry technical data convention).
  • The contractor shall possess expertise in reviewing requirements, specifications, and documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the programs and processes to be certified.
  • The contractor shall be capable of establishing effective interpersonal relationships, as well as an ability to communicate efficiently, both in writing and orally.
  • The contractor shall possess comprehensive knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) to create documents, reports, and presentations.
  • The contractor shall possess a Lean Six Sigma green belt certification, or its equivalent.
  • The contractor shall possess demonstrated experience in conducting studies, investigations, and root cause/problem analyses; and developing logical, documented recommendations.
  • The contractor shall possess familiarity with the LiveLink document management system.

 

Performance Based Tasks Required

  • The contractor shall perform on-going quality oversight of organization operations including acquisition, contract, and business management support.
  • The contractor shall perform the assessment, development, implementation, and evaluation of program and process components.
  • The contractor shall develop quality processes that meet user requirements. 
  • The contractor shall establish quality goals and engineering approaches which are acquisition phase appropriate, realistic, and feasible in order to meet program cost, schedule, and performance parameters.
  • The contractor shall develop resource-effective quality engineering plans and solutions, as well as innovative approaches to quality process implementation, from the Engineering and Manufacturing Development (EMD) phase to transition into Low-Rate Initial Production (LRIP) and Full-Rate Production (FRP), and within Industry-accepted standards and best public and private sector practices.  In addition, the contractor shall create and implement quality plans and checklists to support project goals.
  • The contractor shall perform quality planning, quality control activities, and quality assurance audits and reviews. 
  • The contractor shall review and provide comment to contractor quality program plans and documentation, conduct contractor quality audits (as necessary), and assure the delivered product conforms to the contractor’s Technical Data Package (TDP).
  • The contractor shall validate results, report discrepancies, and follow through to ensure that all issues are resolved.
  • The contractor shall provide guidance and instruction to others in performing quality assurance activities (e.g., maintaining quality records, performing quality audits, maintaining quality assurance standards, etc.) in order to meet evolving Industry and Government quality requirements.
  • The contractor shall use approved quality metrics (e.g., process control limits, thresholds, root cause analysis) to evaluate vendor compliance with the requirements and specifications defined in acquisition contracts.
  • The contractor shall coordinate (e.g., preparing and staffing agendas, etc.), participate in, and document (i.e., meeting minutes) project meetings. 
  • The contractor shall prepare briefing materials.
  • The contractor shall perform QA document control functions, including document login, tracking, processing, review, distribution, release, and archiving of documents.
  • The contractor shall provide and track training, facilitate continuous process improvement, and document corrective actions.

 

Please submit all resumes to:  resume@carterlambert.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

States

MD  

Security Clearance

Active Secret

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