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Technical QA/QC Clerk

Leeds, West Yorkshire
Closing date
22 Jun 2024

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QA/QC Technical Clerk - Leeds

Would you like to join one of the UK's Best Big Companies as awarded by Best Companies? Murphy is currently recruiting for a QA/QC Technical Clerk / Administrator to join our award-winning Energy team in Leeds. Our team is known for its extensive in-house expertise and continual drive to innovate within the industry. The QA/QC Technical Clerk will ensure a high level and consistent approach to all inspection records, quality assurance, and technical delivery are achieved on construction projects. The QA / QC Technical Clerk shall ensure all relevant documentation is in accordance with the approved Inspection Procedures, Statutory Regulations, Environmental Legislation and Company Practice and Procedures.

Following the ‘One Murphy’ approach, we’re able to deliver all aspects of the projects we work on. Murphy has designed, constructed, and commissioned projects for clients including National Grid, Cadent Gas, OPA, SGN, National Grid Ventures, on both transmission and distribution networks. Our projects include Compressor stations, Natural Gas and LNG Terminals, AGI’s, pipelines and diversions.

What you will be doing:

  • Handover of all Murphy / Client approved Quality Specifications and Procedures relevant to Inspection activities.  
  • Checking and inputting inspection and NDT reports, in accordance with the specific project requirements and following Murphy Quality Control Plans and Procedures.
  • Review and completion, where applicable, of all required documentation and obtaining all the necessary approvals and signatures.
  • Preparation / review of all, quality control documentation, standards, and specifications for handover to client. 
  • Liaising with the Client’s QA/QC representative and third parties during fabrication and installation to resolve any QA/QC related problems, and provide information on aspects of inspection procedures, inspection qualifications and inspection qualifications as necessary.
  • Verify compliance with inspection standards and fabrication drawings and ensure surveillance and inspection activities are provided for welding, as required, for suppliers' and subcontractors' operations.
  • Compiling of Inspection equipment registers and ensuring calibration certificates are in date where required.
  • Compile registers for all consumable materials used within the welding and coating process and ensuring certificates are handed over.
  • Compilation of Welding/Inspection logs, and bar charts related project activities 
  • Ensuring the timely completion of all spool control sheets and drawing issuing to the fabrication shop.

Who we are looking for:

  • Experience of working in Technical Clerk or Administrative support role.
  • Knowledge of operating office equipment and IT, e.g., telephone, computer with standard software, copier, printers etc. to access, input and verify information.
  • Literate and Numerate with proficiency using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and other office applications.
  • Experience within the construction / civil engineering industry is desirable, but not essential.

What you’ll get in return

  • Dedicated and continued investment in your professional development.
  • 27 days holiday, plus bank holidays with the option to buy an additional 2 days holiday each year, holidays increase with length of service
  • Discretionary annual bonus and annual salary review
  • Above market rate contributory pension scheme
  • Life assurance, health screening and enhanced sick pay
  • Enhanced maternity and paternity pay and a maternity returners bonus
  • Extra weeks holiday for all employees getting married and a wedding bonus
  • Subsidised canteen facilities in core locations
  • Other Murphy benefits include retail discounts and cashback, discounted gym memberships, cycle to work scheme etc

About Murphy

  • Charity is at the heart of Murphy values; you will receive 2 days leave per year to donate your time to a charity of your choosing. Many teams choose to support a charity together to positively impact our communities.
  • Access to Murphy Wellbeing: you will have access to a host of online tools, mental health trained colleagues, and if needs be external professional support because we understand that work and life offers challenges that sometimes need a little extra support.
  • Murphy is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture, making Murphy a great place to work where we can all thrive. You can get involved in numerous events and even join our committee dedicated to continuously nurturing Murphy’s inclusive culture.

Due to the requirements of the role, in addition to our standard identity and right to work checks, successful candidates will be asked to undertake a basic Disclosure and Barring Service check.

As part of our commitment to being an inclusive employer we are proud to have signed up to #BantheBoxUK and reduce barriers to employment for people with criminal records.

J Murphy & Sons Limited is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

If you think Murphy is the place to help you thrive in a great team dedicated to delivery and engineering excellence and want to work in an inclusive team culture that rewards performance and drives personal development, apply today. If you are unable to apply online, please contact Jack Roberts on 07514 313533 or Email: [email protected]


Murphy is a leading international, multi-disciplined engineering and construction company founded in 1951 that improves life by delivering world-class infrastructure. Operating in the United Kingdom, Ireland and North America, Murphy provides better engineered solutions to infrastructure sectors including transportation, water, power and natural resources. We also have a number of related businesses – Ground Engineering; Utility Connections; Murphy Plant; Murphy Process Engineering; Pipeline Testing Services; Specialist Welding Services; and Electrical Services.

Murphy is a specialist in delivering pipelines, design, structural steel, tunnelling, fabrication, bridges and piling, and has a substantial holding of plant, equipment and facilities. Murphy employs more than 4,000 engineers, professional managers and skilled operatives around the world. Together, we work as ‘One Murphy’ by directly delivering the people, plant and expertise needed to make projects a success. There’s more to Murphy.  

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