Quality Control Manager

Employer
Insight Global
Location
Aberdeen, MD
Posted
Apr 06, 2021
Closes
Apr 15, 2021
Ref
1896229304
Industry
Specialty Trades
Hours
Full Time
An employer is looking for a Quality Control Manager to support their team in managing the quality control over the contract/project submittals and approvals, on numerous DoD construction projects. This individual will be responsible for ensuring all construction projects are in-line and of quality with what we had submitted to our customers, at various sites between Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. They will be given a company car and will have ability to expense payments in order to ensure they are able to travel 90% of the work-week. The projects this individual will oversee are HVAC and electrical heavy, and also include fire alarm, fire suppression, architectural, and other components. The day to day responsibilities will include:Perform a wide variety of tasks including contract/project management, budget tracking, running multiple sites simultaneously, writing plans, enforcing safety programs, and other various tasks as assigned.Review drawings/prints/plans with contractors to ensure they meet quality requirements.Enforce corporate or site quality control programs Written and Oral communication with customer, subcontractors, and internally to provide project updates.Build and maintain relationships with Federal government & DoD customers in the Mid-Atlantic Region. Minimum RequirementsUs Citizen3+ years of experience overseeing the quality control of Government construction projects (specifically HVAC and electrically heavy projects exceeding $500,000 in value)Experience working with US Corps of Engineers and understanding of EM-385 Safety and Health Requirements Manual that is published and updated by USACEExperience reviewing drawings/prints/plans with contractors to ensure they meet quality control (ensuring products and services meet consumer expectations)OSHA 30 CertifiedValid Driver's License Ability to travel between Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Delaware 90% of the time