Counter Terrorism Unit - Quality Manager

190000B7 Requisition #
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Role Responsibilities:

  • Retain a licensed copy of ISO/IEC 17025 and 17020 and related publications.
  • Ensure compliance to ISO/IEC 17025 and 17020and related publications.
  • Allocate document and reference numbers sequentially.
  • Sign off Auditors as competent.
  • Monitor audits and Auditors.
  • Schedule internal audits and assign Auditors to perform the audits.
  • Receive completed audit documentation for retention.
  • Report audit findings to Management Review and relevant staff.
  • Dip sample Auditors’ audits.
  • Arrange Dip Sample audits.
  • Arrange follow-up audits.
  • Retain and maintain documentation and procedures.
  • Create, write, review and update relevant documents and procedures.
  • Control access and distribution of documents.
  • Issue amendments and updates to relevant staff.
  • Ensure timescales are adhered to.
  • Raise non-conformances as necessary/identified.
  • Discuss repeated non-conformances with the relevant manager or staff member.
  • Present non-conformance reports at Management Review Meetings.
  • Present Management Review Report.
  • Prepare and distribute Management Review agendas.
  • Attend Management Review meetings.
  • Collate identified trends and present at Management Review meetings.
  • Monitor Management Review actions and retain Management Review records.
  • Collate reports.
  • Chair Quality Assurance meetings.
  • Carry out investigations into suggestions and complaints.
  • Attend relevant training courses.
  • Support colleagues in understanding their responsibilities to ISO 17025 and 17020 and requirements of them.
Essential Skills and Competencies:

  • Analytical mind skills.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • An up-to-date knowledge of the ISO 17025 Quality Framework with a relevant qualification that is recognised externally in Quality Management procedures.
  • Report-writing skills.
  • Complete an ISO/IEC 17025:2017 Lead Assessors Course and Auditors Training Course.
  • Proven educational standard.
  • Strong leadership skills.
  • A full driving licence.
Desirable Skills and Competencies:

  • A working knowledge of Digital forensic processes.
  • Familiarity with Freedom of Information Act, Data Protection Act and other relevant legislation.
  • An understanding of the IDO and Analyst roles.

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