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Fuel Quality Advisor
Develop and maintain product specifications for finished products. This includes finished products produced internally or downstream through blending activities and for products that are commercially aquired.
Industry involvement, such as active participation in the Canadian General Standards Board and other applicable industry organizations.
Provide quality requirements for commercial activities and agreements. This includes defining quality requirements for any new contracts, exchange agreements, term agreements, thru put agreements, branded fuel arrangement and other purchase contracts to ensure our quality standards are met and risks are mitigated.
Maintains relationships with industry Quality Assurance personnel.
Develop and maintain product, additive and supply chain quality assurance processes and requirements in line with the ISO 9001:2008 standard to ensure regulated, industry, commercial and internal quality objectives and intergrity is upheld.
Confer with industry, scientific, engineering, marketing and other personnel in order to plan and execute work.
Research, investigate and develop product qualities and processes. Provide technical advice, troubleshoot, investigate and recommend corrective actions as applicable to maintain the integrity of the quality programs and product quality.
Define current and future fuel requirements and expectations.
Define test requirements and product release and acceptance criteria.
Identify areas of risks and work with others to have actions taken.
Develop a team capable of working with all stakeholders and maintaining quality requirements.
Lead the Supply Chain Quality Coordinators who report to this position. Performance Management of direct reports.
Assign work to staff in order to maximize utilization of personnel.
Identify and communicate product quality integrity status, risks, trends and activities. Facilitate communication, information and training sessions to all business lines.
Set goals, expectations and promote continuous improvement.
Participate in on-call schedules
Post secondary education in an engineering, science or mechanical discipline.
Strong computer software knowledge/capabilities.
Quality management system and/or project management experience is required.
Ten years experience with petroleum products in handling, sampling and testing is required.
Leadership experience. Ability to lead, mentor, train and delegate. Ability to set team goals and required standards.
Strong decision making, time management, priority setting skills.
Must work well with others. Must be able to communicate effectively (both oral and written) throughout all levels in organization.
Individual must be able to multi task and work in a fast paced environment.
Must be highly motivated and self starter.
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