Candidate shall have five years of DoD POL construction-related management experience within the last five years, and three consecutive years of on-site experience at proposed role within the last five years. Per the terms of our Client’s contract, prior experience does not include commercial construction experience nor military experience as POL or LFM/WFSM. Responsible for overall management of the QC program and acting in all QC matters for the Contractor. Will coordinate, implement, oversee, and document the quality control program on DoD POL projects as well as identifying, analyzing and developing improvements in productivity, client relationships, customer service as they relate to the quality management system. Ideally, experience will include installation of piping & valves, mechanical repairs or upgrades, tank construction or repair, application of MIL DTL 24441 coatings, API & SSPC inspections, commissioning of POL systems, and/or related repairs. Functional expertise and broad business knowledge in tank inspection, cleaning, and repair as well as fuel facility related piping systems are desirable.
Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Job Functions)
- Oversee the implementation of general & project-specific construction Quality Plans at job locations
- Perform the 3 phases of control over the quality control process.
- Interface and coordinate with Title II QA representative(s) and/or GEITA contractor personnel.
- Perform project site audits to ensure adherence to company SOPs/policies, project plans and specifications, and confirm as built drawing completions
- Lead quality-focused investigations on project issues as they arise at construction projects
- Document construction quality control throughout the project and maintain reporting requirements including photo documentation and written reports
- Lead the communications on customer concerns regarding construction quality and coordinate appropriate adjustments with applicable CMS Construction and Management teams
- Promote quality achievement and performance improvement throughout the project
Required Experience, Education, & Skills
Contractual mandates for a person filling this position (non-negotiable):
- Must have five (5) years of DoD POL construction-related management experience within the last five (5) years, not including any prior commercial or military experience.
- Must have three (3) consecutive years of on-site experience as a POL Quality Control Specialist within the last five (5) years.
- Shall possess a current (no more than 4 years old) certificate verifying completion of a USACE or NAVFAC QC Management course.
- Must have or be able to obtain the following certifications:
- OSHA 30 Hour Training Certificate (no more than 5 years old)
- Confined Space Competent Person Certificate
- Current CPR & AED Certificate
- Must meet the eligibility requirements for access to US Government facilities.
- This position does not require active security clearance.
- Associate’s degree Construction Management, Engineering, or a High School Diploma or GED with equivalent on-the-job experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Must professionally represent the company verbally, in writing, and in person to clients, team members and all others that may have contact with
- Ability to make informed decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes. Willingness to embrace personal and professional development
- Knowledge of construction related technologies, quality activities and quality auditing. Ability to read and understand engineering design drawings, specifications, and applicable technical instructions, plans and reports
- Ability to effectively work with a team to effectively implement the QC process
- Knowledge of POL-related and general construction disciplines
- Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Adobe Acrobat
We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, color, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.