Quality Control Manager (Traveling)

Ross Group - Dallas, TX3.8

Full-timeEstimated: $67,000 - $92,000 a year
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QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER

This position is responsible for daily project quality control, including review of all work items and material submittals. Your primary focus is to perform inspections of completed and ongoing work, as well as coordinate with the Owner's quality assurance representative to ensure all project requirements are met. You will also be responsible for implementing the quality requirements contained in the Contract Documents and overseeing safety practices of on-site personnel and visitors.

In this role you will …

Implement the Quality Control Plan for a $2.5 million to $20 million project
Communicate regularly with the project manager to provide quality control updates and advise of issues or problems that may affect progress
Coordinate, provide oversight, and review outside testing agencies to ensure proper techniques and contract compliance
Provide oversight of subcontractor submittals and the submittal register
Order and receive needed materials and equipment
Coordinate and administer weekly safety meeting and/or identification of safety meeting elements relevant to quality control
Monitor quality and safety practices daily, along with ongoing inspections to minimize the need for corrections and punch-list items
Implement the delegated authority to stop work in the event of unsafe practices
Provide direction to the project engineer and maintain priority on critical path items necessary to keep the project schedule
Monitor subcontractor and supplier performance with respect to timeliness, efficiency, and quality
Review deliveries for timeliness and accuracy, while verifying the delivered product is consistent with the approved submittal
Complete daily reports involving inventory, ongoing and completed work items, weather conditions, quality and safety issues, and site visitors
Provide weekly updates for "as-built" conditions and continual maintenance of safety logs
Create a punch-list for completion prior to the request for a "Substantial Completion" certificate and coordinate with the superintendent and subcontractors for completion of punch-list items
Represent Ross Group during the testing of alarm systems, mechanical systems, and equipment
Coordinate with project management to ensure all close-out documents are complete and submitted

As the ideal candidate you …

Have five to ten years' experience as a Quality Control Manager, with a Bachelor's degree in Construction Management or a related field.
Have a proven successful project history of maintaining quality, schedule, safety, and actual cost versus estimated cost, you excel at managing rapidly changing priorities to accomplish project goals
Effectively manage field staff by appropriately staffing projects, providing formal and informal evaluations/feedback, addressing employee issues, and providing appropriate training and mentoring
Use strong verbal and written communication skills to interact with all levels of employees, Ross Group management, and outside partners such as owners, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and supplier
Have previous experience speaking to small groups is a plus
Are willing and able to relocate to Ross Group project sites, typically located throughout the South and Midwest
Don't mind flexible work hours, with an average of 50 hours per week or as needed

Expectations in this role include…

Demonstrating the appropriate level of job knowledge based your work experience and making timely decisions using sound and accurate judgment
Identifying problems, gathering and analyzing information, and making appropriate recommendations to make your project successful
Meeting established goals, while ensuring quality of work through accuracy and thoroughness
Using your knowledge to take independent actions and calculated risks, while asking for help when needed
Being flexible, well organized, and detail oriented, using efficient time management skills to meeting project deadlines and schedules
Working well in group problem-solving situations
Having a working knowledge of computers, as well as office and project management software

You are physically able to …

Work outdoors in extreme conditions such as cold, heat, and humidity on a regular, daily basis
Stand, climb, bend, and stoop on a regular, daily basis
Maintain a valid driver's license and operate a personal vehicle
Use visual and auditory skills

Some positions warrant eligibility for a monthly auto allowance. When an employee is deemed eligible, the use of the vehicle must be for the employer's convenience; the use of the vehicle must be required as a condition of employment; vehicle must qualify as an acceptable vehicle defined by Company depending on the employee's function within the organization.

Status: Exempt

Reports To: Project Manager

Secondarily Reports To: Vice-President of Operations

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