Quality Control Manager (27621)
The Quality Control Manager (QCSM) will assist a Project Manager in project compliance and will be responsible for day-to-day compliance with project documentation such as demolition plans, radiobiological safety plans, construction plans, health and safety plans, and client approved procedures, including records filing and archiving, and the provision of operational support to a Site Project Manager and any on-site personnel. The QCSM will provide and maintain an effective Quality Control (QC) system for all site activities, such as construction, decommissioning, or demolition, for monitoring QC activities to ensure conformance with authorized policies, procedures, contract specifications, approved plans and sound practices. The QCSM will also prepare Daily Quality Control Report’s, QC checklists, and provide support to client quality assurance (QA) activities. Clients of interest include primarily the US Army Corp of Engineering (USACE), but also may include the Department of Defense (DoD), and Department of Energy (DOE).
The QCSM will be a position required to be on a project site at all times during physical work activities. The QCSM will be an individual within an onsite work organization who will be responsible for overall management of project QC and have the authority to act in all QC matters for Amentum Technical Services. The QC oversight will be the QCSM only duty during project activities.
Additional experience/education may be required by contract and will be listed separately. Advanced knowledge of Quality Control techniques and practices. Familiar with the U.S. Government Federal Acquisition Regulations is required. Ability to read, analyze and interpret complex data and develop recommendations and solutions. Ability to perform data extraction and manipulation, analyze data, and generate reports. Demonstrated ability to analyze laws, regulations, and guidelines and apply them in practice. Strong decision making skills with ability to respond quickly and accurately as issues arise. Strong ability to work well with people with varied backgrounds and technical knowhow and ability. Strong leadership skills with an ability to lead and influence others to support corporate goals and objectives. Ability to set and meet project timetables based on customer expectations, policies, and guidelines. Skill in the use of computers and computer applications and software including proficiency in spreadsheets, word processing and other software applications. Additional knowledge/skills may be required by contract and will be listed separately.
The QCSM must be a graduate engineer, graduate architect, or a graduate of construction management, with a minimum of 10 years construction experience on projects in the $100-150 million range, particularly for USACE projects. In addition to the experience and/or education requirements the QCSM must have completed the course entitled "Construction Quality Management for Contractors."