The Quality Control Manager coordinates field operations for specific areas and/or specific self-performed and subcontracted trades on a project. The QC Manager ensures that construction work is completed according to a project’s planned sequence/schedule and means/methods. QC Manager is responsible for producing, implementing, and enforcing an Accident Prevention Plan (APP) for assigned job site, in accordance with the Company’s Safety and Health Program. The QC Manager is on-duty when work is being performed, overseeing, and managing project construction crews, and ensuring that all personnel are following proper safety rules and regulations.
·Responsible for leading day-to-day construction tasks related to current projects.
·Supervise and coordinate installation of work in accordance with the design, budget, contract documents, project schedule and the planned sequence of work.
·Attend pre-construction and construction meetings taking notes on areas that may present future problems and present to project manager for consultation.
·Be aware of and meet project milestone dates and their requirements.
·Have thorough knowledge of the Contract Documents and the scope of work.
·Develop an understanding of the duration of each activity.
·Communicate quality standards to each subcontractor and vendor
·Apply knowledge of equipment capability and develop plans for optimum utilization.
·Know the scheduled delivery dates/lead time for all material and equipment.
·Determine causes and develop remedies when costs are not in line with budget, estimate, and/or reasonable expectations.
·Be thoroughly knowledgeable of company safety program, laws, and OSHA operating standards.
·Ensure all on-site personnel comply with project procedures, work rules, etc. Document all violations, notify project management, and recommend/implement corrective actions as required.
·Other duties as assigned by Senior Management
·Minimum of 3 years’ experience in Construction/Project Management of Heavy Civil, Commercial, with Federal and State sector projects.
·Minimum of 3 years’ experience of Quality Control/Site Safety Health Officer of Heavy Civil, Commercial, with Federal and State sector projects.
·U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Construction Quality Management (CQM-C) certified.
·Well versed in safety and government regulations (e.g., OSHA) with definable experience.
·PMP Certification is a plus but not required.
·Relevant safety certifications are a plus
·Excellent communication, leadership, problem solving, and analytical skills.