Site Quality Coordinator


Job Description

Site Quality Coordinator


The greatest achievements in history are borne from the greatness within people – where human potential meets vision, and passion fuels evolution. Unlocking this potential is the most important thing we do at Bird.

As a leader in Canadian construction for over 100 years, the impact of our team is etched deeply within the core of our legacy. Beyond Bird, this impact is felt in the fundamental aspects of our everyday lives. From the critical infrastructure we depend on, to the energy and resources that keep us moving – we are powering our communities and shaping Canada’s skylines coast-to-coast. Entrenched in the foundation of a culture built more than a century ago is an enduring quest to reimagine what is possible. Our impact is greater than ever, and we are looking for those who seek to redefine their story.

We are a dynamic team of over 5,000 with a range of professions, backgrounds, and areas of expertise. This breadth of diversity in people and opportunities is one of greatest aspects of building your career with Bird. Every trajectory looks different. At Bird, you hold the pen and you write your story. As you unlock your potential, you are surrounded by a team that supports you every step of the way.

At Bird, we are focused on building a culture that brings together ideal team players who facilitate possibility every day. We are looking for those who have the courage and confidence to be humble; the self-motivated, ambitious professionals who are hungry; and those who never lose sight of their intuition, emotional intelligence, or the unequivocal impact of being people smart.

The Site Quality Coordinator is accountable for supporting the implementation and administration of the Quality Assurance Program to ensure services provided comply with the specified requirements.

This position will be on a remote worksite with a 14 day on, 7 day off, fly in/out schedule. Schedule and location of project may be subject to change.

Edmonton, Nanaimo, Vancouver, Victoria


  • Partner with employees and subcontractors concerning quality functions and daily inspections.

  • Coordinate with the client on project specific activities, including inspections and review of documentation.

  • Ensure procedures are established to provide traceability from initial order to field installation.

  • Responsible for documentation review, analysis, and maintenance including various reports, logs, turnover documentation.

  • Support the implementation of CAR, NCR required from audit findings, in collaboration with the Quality Manager.

  • Support the Quality Manager in the development and implementation of the Project Quality Plan.

  • Develop written plans and procedures for project specific activities to supplement task planning.

  • Create and ensure compliance to ITPs and maintain the supporting documentation.

  • Review and approve quality documentation from subcontractors.

  • Create and maintain punch list, deficiencies and walkdown packages.

  • Other duties as assigned to meet business needs.

What we are Looking For

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Engineering, or related discipline

  • 3+ years experience on a construction site related to a food manufacturing facility preferred

  • Experience with ISO 9000, ISO 22000

  • Strong understanding of Code and Client fabrication, regulatory requirements are implemented and completed at field sites

  • Competent knowledge in ASME Codes, CSA Code, and Building Code

  • Proficient with computer programs, including Bluebeam and Microsoft Office

  • Understanding of Jurisdictional Authority of requirements

  • Must have commissioning experience and Turnover experience

  • Flexible and able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously; meet the time demands of unpredictable activities; capable of handling pressure and challenges in a dynamic business environment

  • Effective and efficient problem solving and decision-making skills; thoughtful, proactive, and creative

  • Demonstrates a sense of urgency and strong commitment to achieving goals; ability to work in a challenging, fast-paced environment

  • Ability to forge, grow and maintain positive relationships with multiple groups

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously and meet the time demands of unpredictable activities, capable of handling pressure and challenges in a dynamic business environment

  • Ability to work within tight deadlines and prioritization of work to achieve them

  • Strong analytical, critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail

  • Physical ability to lift to 50lbs, potential material receiving, and validating material received

  • Potential confine space and working at heights

  • Stand or walk for long periods of time

  • Use arms and hands to reach for, handle or manipulate objects

  • Climb up and down ladders, scaffolds, and other objects

  • Safety equipment will be required, 6” high ankle steel-toed safety boots, safety glasses/goggles, hard hat, safety vest and gloves to be provided

What We Believe In


Safety is a moral obligation. Our goal is zero harm.


Bird invests in its employees as partners in the success of the company. Together we will grow and create opportunities within a respectful, diverse, and healthy workplace.


We believe that the best results are achieved through the collaboration of our employees, customers, partners, communities, trade contractors, and suppliers.


We conduct ourselves in a manner of which we are proud, as individuals, and as representatives of our company, community, and industry.


We are honest, truthful, and fair. We conduct ourselves with integrity.


We are committed to balancing the sustainability of the company, communities, and the environment.

Job ID: 43355269
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