Quality Assurance Auditor- Redstone Arsenal

Virtual, USA
Work Type: On-Site
  • Job Category: Quality
  • Travel: None
  • Clearance: Not Applicable
  • Req ID: 2024-3336

Overview

Job Summary:

The Quality Assurance Auditor / Security Specialist conducts internal audits IAW ISO 9001:2015. The Auditor understands and applies ISO concepts, principles, and requirements. May also conduct audits and provide other assistance in other functional Departments.

Responsibilities

Job Responsibilities:

  • Performs Personnel and Physical Security duties.

  • Plans and completes work independently.

  • Performs independent analysis, determines scope and course of action required, and develops plans to resolve supply related problems.

  • Monitors and ensures timely resolution of problems.

  • Develops procedures, work instructions, and other documents to enhance supply functions.

  • Provides subject matter expertise and advice in all related functions.

  • Uses DoD Publications, Army Regulations (ARs), Army Pamphlets (DA Pams), Technical Manuals, Performance Work Statement (PWS), and other written publications and directives in the performance of required audits and duties.

  • Evaluates the implementation and the effectiveness of the Quality Management System (QMS) IAW ISO 9001:2015 requirements and standards.

  • Conducts internal audits IAW ISO 9001:2015. Evaluates departments performance based on ISO, statutory, regulatory, PWS (contractual), and QMS requirements.

  • Develops and updates internal audit checklists to use when conducting internal audits.

  • Evaluates internal audit findings and results. Prepares and submits audit reports, evaluates responses, and assists with follow-up and corrective actions as directed.

  • Evaluates, investigates, and tracks Government evaluations and findings. Ensures timely response, evaluates responses, and assists with follow-up and corrective actions as directed.

  • Conducts analysis and reviews problems to determine if problems are human error or systemic. Develops and recommends courses of action to correct problems.

  • Identifies areas for improvement. Initiates and monitors Opportunities for Improvement (OFIs) IAW applicable procedures.

  • Coordinates preparation, production and submission of Quality Deficiency Reports and associated documentation.

  • Initiates, monitors, and assists with resolving Corrective Action Requests (CARs) and Preventive Action Requests (PARs) as directed IAW applicable procedures.

  • Conducts process and product measurements and analysis IAW ISO 9001:2015. This may include developing performance measurements and metrics that include charts, graphs, reports, etc.

  • Collects, evaluates, and analyzes data to determine performance trends.

  • Assesses whether the Quality Policy and Quality Objectives are being met.

  • Provides input, develops and updates presentation slides, and participates in Quality Reviews, Management Reviews, Process Improvement Team (PITs), and other events as directed.

  • Uses technical writing skills to prepare reports, technical papers, procedures, work instructions, and other documents and correspondence as directed.

  • Assists with the development, update, and review of procedures, work instructions, flow charts, and other documents as directed.

  • Requests duplicates keys, lock repairs/changes, requests combination changes as required by AR’s.

  • Conducts Semi-annual and Annual key inventories. Issues keys to authorized users.

  • Coordinates with personnel in completing documents for NACI or Secret clearance. Assist with e-QIP entry. Completes fingerprints and forms needed for employees. Processes DA form 7708 and DA Form 2875s.

  • Maintains employee security data base. Issues appointment orders. Adds employees into the ASC G2 Database. Conducts foreign travel briefing and debriefings.

  • Maintains the Quality Document System database, reviews and updates publications as needed.

  • Develops training plans and other related programs to enhance operations. Conducts training when required.

  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High School graduate or equivalent.

  • Formal civilian or formal military training in base operations and management are desirable although on-the-job experience may be considered as a substituted for formal training.

  • A minimum of five years experience that includes professional management, investigative skills, technical skills, and other responsible work that demonstrates sound judgment and analytical ability which has provided a wide-ranging knowledge of US Army base operations.

  • A minimum of three years’ experience in a Quality Assurance Auditing role.

  • Must possess and continuously maintain a current driver’s license, with a good driving record.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Working knowledge of ISO 9001:2015.

  • Formal ISO 9001:2015 training highly desired.