Rudolph and Sletten is looking for an Operating Group Quality Manager to coordinate development and implementation of the quality system for projects throughout the operations' area, with a commitment to compliance with project requirements. This includes coordination among all project participants to include the client, designers, subcontractors, authorities having jurisdiction, third party inspectors, and end-users. This position reports to the Construction Executive or other designated Senior Leadership member.
- Establish and champion the quality management system for the operating group with input from stakeholders.
- Responsible for ensuring that design documents, project plans, means, and methods meet the customer's requirements and expectations.
- Plan, develop, and implement the quality management plan and system for all divisions of work on one or more medium to large size project from notice to proceed through final acceptance by the customer.
- Lead constructability reviews, quality review of design documents, shop-drawing preparation and review, and submittal review for all scopes of work.
- Provide oversight and coordinate 3rd party peer design and testing agencies; implement recommendations as necessary.
- Assess project performance under the quality management system and provide management, guidance, assistance, and support to the project team as required.
- Leverage technical expertise on design-build projects to fill in gaps in design quickly and eﬃciently.
- Use technical expertise to identify opportunities to enhance margins and/or minimize risk on these types of projects through means-and-methods or material selection.
- Demonstrates basic knowledge of commercial construction projects (surveying, soil nailing, excavation and site rough grading, masonry installation and framing, and interior finishes).
- Understands subcontractor management to include scope development and interpretation of plans and specifications.
- Good working knowledge and understanding of one or more quality systems (ISO 9000, Army Corps of Engineers, etc.).
- Possess proficient trainer skills to provide training for field engineers and other quality personnel assigned to the project.
Computer Skills :
- Intermediate knowledge of Windows Office, particularly Excel, Word, and Outlook
- Basic knowledge of Prolog software or similar
- Knowledge of scheduling, estimating, and cost principles desired
- Knowledge of CAD 2000 or CAD 3-D desired
Education and Experience:
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related field desired; a combination of education and work experience will be considered in lieu of a degree
- Minimum of twelve (12) years in field construction management or related field
- Completed training in basic project management and supervision
- Experience in leading a project's quality system
- Experience with inspection of work put in place.