The Quality Control (QC) manager is responsible for managing the QC program on whichever project(s) he/she may be assigned. First project will be large civil concrete and earthwork project in El Paso Texas.
- Be responsible for the start-up and implementation of the 3 Phase Quality Management System.
- Interface directly with Owner’s Quality Assurance (QA) and management on all quality related issues.
- Manage project Quality Team.
- Be technically experienced and capable of comprehending the specifications, standards, and code requirements for all disciplines.
- Review and maintain the project Quality Deficiency Log.
- Review all potential deficiency reports, track discrepancies, and verify the issues have been fully corrected prior to closure.
- Direct the removal and replacement of non-conforming work and stop work not in compliance with the contract.
- Develop the Preparatory Meeting agendas, Conduct Preparatory, Initial, and Follow-Up Meetings and participate in the Initial, Follow-up and Final Inspections.
- Review the Subcontractors Quality Control Daily Logs.
- Be fully aware of the contract, plans, specifications, and applicable codes.
- Receive subcontractor test and inspection requests and produce a coordinated Daily Test and Inspection Schedule.
- Participate in the selection process for outside testing contractors and verify adherence to testing standards, frequency, and documentation.
- Perform daily field inspections to verify contractor’s work complies with the project specifications and applicable codes.
- Document and submit a Daily Control Report.
- Perform material inspections to verify that the products are to specifications and that storage, staging and material handling methods are implemented.
- Submit and review RFIs to ensure changes are implemented in the field.
- Audit subcontractor quality control procedures.
- Coordinate third-party testing agency activities.
- Coordinate and schedule for offsite equipment Source Inspections, if needed.
- Personnel evaluation and development.
- Graduate of an ABET Accredited 4 yr Engineering, Architecture, or Construction Management degree program or PE accredited in both Texas and New Mexico.
- Minimum 2 years of heavy civil with minimum of 2 years of construction experience on similar structural concrete projects. Sidewalks and other non-structural concrete work is not applicable.
- Must have either Federal government construction experience Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) or U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) QC Management experience preferred, both would be ideal.
- Minimum of 24 hrs of verifiable Quality Control training.
- Superior analytical and problem-solving skills
- Strong oral, consultative and writing communication skills