Quality Assurance Officer


Ref: 364Saturday 14 December 2019

£25,000 - £30,000

Are you passionate about Business Improvement & Compliance?
Are you an individual who prides themselves on quality and compliance?
Do you want to work for a business that rewards their staff ?
Basic salary: £25,000 - £30,000
Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm
Location: Cardiff
Responsible for ensuring that the organisation and its subcontractors have robust systems of internal control that adequately identify, measure, manage and improve compliance and performance across all business functions.
Specific Duties:
  • Monitoring compliance ensuring the business operates in line with company policies and processes, identifying corrective action, training, support, as required, and reporting non-compliance to Business Improvement Manager.
  • Responsible for maintaining a risk based audit/review schedule to ensure all policies and processes are monitored.
  • Accountable for and reporting of internal and subcontractor audits / assessments
  • Responsible for maintaining compliance to quality standards (such as. BSI 9001, 27001). Supporting with external audits/assurance
  • General:
  • To ensure security of company assets
  • To comply with all company policies and procedures
  • To comply with the companies safeguarding policy & procedure
  • To comply with Equal Opportunities Legislation and be proactive in challenging prejudice, discrimination and stereotyping.
  • To implement in full the Company’s quality policies and procedures.
  • To consult the Company Health and Safety Policy with regards to their specific responsibilities as described in the general arrangements section
  • To give consideration to their actions at work as to how they may affect the safety of individuals, clients and visitors to Company premises
  • Support organisations core values
  • Co-operate with all staff to achieve a healthy and safe workplace and reporting any risks identified, at the company’s or others premises, to the designated Health and Safety Officer.
  • Other duties that may be identified from time to time by the Company.
  • Attend relevant training / personal development programmes
  • Accountable for writing and maintaining policies, procedures and standards within the organisation including administering document control processes.
  • Assisting in the development of, and maintaining, a disaster recovery / business continuity plan for the organisation.
  • Responsible for the management of information security incidents, implementing corrective actions and improvements.
  • Responsible for training of employees and raising awareness around GDPR, Information Security and compliance to policies.
  • Accountable for promoting a compliance and risk awareness culture with the organisation
  • Inform and advise the organisation and its employees about their obligations to comply with the GDPR and other data protection legislation and good practice.
  • Monitor compliance with the GDPR and other data protection legislation, including managing internal data protection activities, advice on data protection impact assessments; training staff and conducting internal and subcontractor audits.
  • Be the first point of contact for supervisory authorities and for individuals whose data is processed (employees, customers etc).
  • To carry out such other appropriate duties commensurate with your skills, knowledge and experience
  • Accountable for maintaining personal development in relevant regulations and their impacts
Apply today for immediate consideration.