- Word Processing
- Communication Skills
- Quality Control
EMCOR Government Services has an immediate opening for a Quality and Safety Manager in Washington, DC. The QCM ensures through various audits, inspections, tests, and measures that the Contractor's personnel performing under this contract follow approved procedures/directives when performing repairs to equipment, performing work under service calls, alterations, and maintenance and variety of electrical, electronic, and HVAC systems. In addition, the Manager is also responsible for overseeing the project safety program to include providing weekly safety training to all site employees, investigating accidents and reporting to Corporate Safety and Risk Management Offices and inspecting work sites to insure proper safety techniques are being utilized by project personnel.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Responsible for ensuring that the procedures, technical manuals, and contractual requirements are compiled with when performing inspection, configuration changes, alterations, testing, and refurbishment operations.
Performs inspections and audits on preventive maintenance processes, service calls, and maintenance repairs, ensures, through various audits, inspections, tests, and measures, that shop personnel follow approved procedures/directives when performing repairs to equipment, service calls, alterations, and maintenance reports.
Ensures equipment configurations are returned to normal operational readiness, and overall systems requirements are established and maintained for problem reporting and problem re-occurrence.
Monitors all operations for ensuring a safe working environment is established and maintained.
Ensure personnel performing assigned tasks are qualified and certified as required.
Establishes trend analysis data for process monitoring and problem reporting.
Documents any corrective actions required when violations of approved practices and procedures are noted and performs follow-up observations when necessary.
Monitors the management systems for compliance with applicable directives governing recall, maintenance, repairs and inspections of necessary support items such as documentations, calibration of equipment and material handling devices.
Inspects procedural documentation, technical manuals and other standards and specifications to ensure they are current and all applicable changes have been entered.
Ensures that personnel performing repairs to equipment follow all procedures governing the repair and operation of the applicable equipment.
Inspects to ensure material handling devices to be used have been recently tested and certified.
Performs quality assurance audits as planned and directed by the Contractor's upper management personnel.
Develop trend analysis data of preventive maintenance, service calls and maintenance repairs for monitoring and problem identification.
Performs, witnesses, monitors, and verifies the inspections, repairs, alterations, and tests performed by shop personnel.
Provides written technical reports to higher-level management concerning all processing and procedure deficiencies, technical problem, and/or potential problems.
Three to six years of experience in fire life safety, quality control, facility management and safety
Bachelor's degree preferred and/or equivalent work related experience
Good verbal and written communication skills
Word Processing, Excel and Internet experience required.
We offer our employees a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package and are always looking for individuals with the talent and skills required to contribute to our continued growth and success. Equal Opportunity Employer – Veteran/Disabled