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QA Manager

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Job Description: 

Key role : To ensure the quality control of the project delivery according to the project specification, ensure Site acceptance reach the quality standards of the client

1 project quality planning(targets/standard/organization) and control, to reach MTN and contract requirements
2 Setup project standard with MTN, organize internal and external quality training, build the model sites for training, achieve 100% self-check from subcontractor,implement project random quality check, improve project quality to achieve site acceptance targets
3 Monitoring major quality problems, customer problems and preventive measures till closure
4 Monthly KPI evaluation of each subcontractor and internal quality team from quality point of view
5 Internal/external quality related documents management,collecting and sending to other teams

Knowledge & Skills
NSB/ BTS /RF site upgrade/Swap
At least 5 years work experience in MTN/Vodacom/Telkom project, if the candidate has MTN project will be a plus..

 

Location: 

Cape Town, South Africa,

Company: 

Isilumko Staffing

Education: 

No education

Job Category: 

Telecommunications

Working Experience: 

5 to 6 years

Contract Type: 

Contract

Salary: 

Negotiable

Salary Frequency: 

Monthly

Job Reference #: 

2458127824

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