Quality Assurance Manager--Construction Industry
Our company is a fast-growing, Pacific Northwest construction leader in full mechanical systems installation. Based in beautiful Portland, Oregon; our company is a medium-sized, locally owned, mechanical contractor that has been in operation since 1953. Our expertise includes pipe fitting, plumbing, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and sheet metal/pipe fabrication for the commercial, industrial, medical, data centers and high technology industries. Our company has a demonstrated track record in the construction industry and worked with many prominent companies such as Intel, Google, Nike, Adidas, Kaiser Permanente, Legacy, Providence, OHSU, Wells Fargo and many others.
Our company is seeking a quality assurance professional that will be responsible for the quality and workmanship of products and services provided by company in meeting or exceeding industry standards, construction codes and customer specifications defined in project documentation.
Accountable for ensuring quality standards and processes for product produced by TCM fabrication shops
Personnel performing tasks in field are Licensed & Qualified to relevant procedure
Accountable for quality and testing of field installations and compliance to codes, specifications, etc. required for the project
Accountable for generation of job site logs and training of field supervision to ensure compliance to quality standards
Accountable for oversight of specific training of TCM employees to ensure understanding and adherence to code requirements
Accountable for oversight of QC personnel in the course of their work
Accountable for protecting TCM from risk associated with regulatory, warranty issues.
Build relationships with Project Managers, Superintendents, Foremen and field employees to establish trust and open lines of communication.
Assist Project Managers, Superintendents and Foremen in implementation of best work practices.
Identifies the need for training, communicate the expectation, and ensure that TCM supervisory personnel are provided an introduction to TCM QA/QC systems and their role within these systems. Provide or verify that identified training needs have been satisfactorily addressed.
Ensures current copies of relevant Codes and Standards are accessible to TCM employees and assistance in interpretation is available.
Testing and examination
Product meets Codes and project specifications
Database of Licenses, Procedure Qualification & Continuity maintained
Welding, Brazing & Bonding Procedures are developed & maintained
Non-conformance reports developed and finalized
Code stamps maintained and QC Manual implemented
Current and accurate job site logs
Training plans identified and completed
Permits filed and requirements met
Professional certification: AWS – Certified Welding Inspector (CWI)
8-10 years construction or industrial experience in quality functions
Demonstrates and displays honesty, integrity and personal accountability.
Develops strong personal relationships and hold self, direct reports and peers in our organization personally accountable for their duties/responsibilities. Stays "Above the Line".
Experience in formulating quality policy, and developing and implementing new processes and procedures.
Ability to analyze and interpret technical data.
Demonstrates loyalty to TCM, its management and employees.
Actively participates in open, honest, and effective communication with all levels of TCM
Demonstrates forthrightness, the ability to proceed straight ahead and be frank and candid with open and in-depth communication. – Speaks freely.
Deals with issues effectively.
Demonstrates resiliency…quickly recovers from adverse issues.
Accepts change as a necessary process for successful execution of our projects.
Always asks for help or assistance when needed.
High level of professional written, verbal and interpersonal skills.
Evidence of ability to cope/withstand stress
Compensation and Benefits
Base Salary Range $70,000-85,000
Company medical, dental, vision benefits
Paid vacation policy