Quality Control Project Manager
- Posted: over a month ago
The CQC Project Manager will be assigned to Department of Defense (DOD) construction project(s) located in various regions. This individual will be responsible for all aspects of QC and must be onsite during all phases of the construction work. Additionally, this individual will be responsible for project budgeting, tracking expenses, and preparing monthly reports. While at the jobsite, the CQC Project Manager works with the customer and other contractor staff to ensure CQC objectives are met in accordance with the contract requirements and high standards of service delivery are maintained. The CQC Project Manager will coordinate with subcontractors and vendors in obtaining competitive pricing and ensuring the timely delivery of material and equipment. The CQC Project Manager will provide regular updates of project schedule and status to the client and work closely with the client to resolve issues and conflicts.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Prepare and update the QC
- Implement the “Three Phases of Control” for all definable features of
- Perform inspections to ensure work is completed in compliance with contract
- Stop work that does not comply with the contract plans and specifications, and direct the removal and replacement of any defective
- Prepare and submit daily quality control
- Conduct weekly CQC meetings at the Deliver projects on time and within budget.
- Prepare monthly project reports forecasting budget status and profitability.
- Conduct meetings with in-house staff, client, designers, subcontractors, and vendors.
- Enforce contractor’s safety and quality control programs.
- Prepare change orders.
- Prepare monthly invoices.
- Oversee the preparation, review and approval of design and construction
- Update As-Built drawings
- Coordinate onsite and offsite Maintain a testing log.
- Create project schedule of values and oversee the preparation of cost loaded schedules.
- Prepare estimates, cost proposals, and time impact studies for unforeseen conditions.
- Manage projects in CMiC and be directly accountable for percent utilization.
- Actively monitor and manage the project’s CPARS to ensure a rating of “satisfactory” or better in all areas.
- Review invoices prior to approval to ensure all relevant work has been completed in accordance with the contract
- Perform punch-list and pre-final
- Perform other duties as requested by supervisors and senior level managers in support of successful performance on all
- Graduate of a four-year United States (US) accredited college or university, or equivalent, with a degree in one of the following: engineering, architecture, construction management, engineering technology, building construction, or building science, is preferred. Relevant job experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.
- Completion of course entitled “Construction Quality Management (CQM) for Contractors” and possession of a current certificate.
- 5-10 years combined experience as a Superintendent, QC Manager, Project Manager, or Project Engineer construction experience and a minimum of 5 years of experience in management of construction work.
- Familiarity with the requirements of US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Manual 385- 1-1, and experience in the areas of hazard identification and safety compliance.
- Knowledge of construction quality control procedures.
- Possess construction safety knowledge and training, and familiarity with EM-385.
- Thorough knowledge of construction practices, techniques, materials and equipment. Able to read plans and specifications and compare them with various aspects of construction in progress, and detect errors in construction projects.
- Able to communicate well with subcontractors, design consultants, public, and owners.
- Good computer skills.
- Must be able to read and speak English.
- Must be able to work nights and weekends.
- Must be a leader capable of working well in a team environment
GSI Service Group, Inc.
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