Plan, direct, or coordinate quality control programs. Formulate quality control policies and control quality of laboratory and production efforts.
Plan, direct, or coordinate accident prevention programs. Formulate accident prevention policies and controls to implement and maintain behavior based safety culture.
CQC SYSTEMS MANAGER
•Construction Quality Control personnel examine fuel pipelines, fuel and water storage tanks, plumbing systems, buildings, streets, sewer and water systems, dams, and other structures.
•They ensure that their construction, complies with building codes and ordinances, and contract specifications.
•To monitor compliance with regulations, quality control personnel are present at the project site from start of construction to final inspection.
•Although inspections are primarily visual, inspectors may use tape measures, survey instruments, metering devices, and equipment such as concrete strength measurers.
•They keep a log of their work, take photographs, and file reports.
•Quality Control personnel also use laptops or other portable electronic devices onsite to facilitate the accuracy of their written reports, as well as e-mail and fax machines to send out the results.
•If necessary, they act on their findings. For example, government and construction inspectors notify the construction contractor, superintendent, or supervisor when they discover a violation of a code or ordinance or something that does not comply with the contract specifications or approved plans.
•Analyze quality control test results and provide feedback and interpretation to production management or staff.
•Monitor performance of quality control systems to ensure effectiveness and efficiency.
•Produce reports regarding nonconformance of products or processes, daily production quality, root cause analyses, or quality trends.
•Review statistical studies, technological advances, or regulatory standards and trends to stay abreast of issues in the field of quality control.
•Identify critical points in the manufacturing process and specify sampling procedures to be used at these points.
•Travel will be required.
SITE SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER (SSHO)
The Site Safety and Health Officer will be the key for assuring a safe work environment during the implementation of field activities, company policies, and associated preparatory activities. The role includes overseeing field activities performed by company and subcontractor personal, interpreting safety regulations and implementing this knowledge onsite to minimize and avoid construction accidents.
•The applicant will be responsible for investigating accidents and incidents that occur on project sites; recommend measures to ensure employee and site protection; to instruct employees in matters pertaining to occupational health and prevention of accidents including employee awareness training and new hire orientation; prepare reports including observations, recommendations for corrective safety measures and items of concern.
•Additionally, this position requires flexible work hours. In order to get a project completed on time, such as overtime, weekends and night shifts.
•The Safety Officer will review, evaluate, and analyze work environments and design programs and procedures to control, eliminate, and prevent injury caused by unsafe working environments.
•The Safety Officer may conduct inspections and enforce adherence to laws and regulations governing the health and safety of individuals on project sites.
•The Safety Officer will conduct jobsite safety orientation for all company and subcontractor employees and conduct weekly safety meetings.
•The applicant must work in the presence of customers and their representatives and be able to maintain a professional and courteous image.
Requirements Knowledge and Critical Skills/Expertise:
CQC SYSTEMS MANAGER
• Read and interpret engineering, architectural, other construction drawings, and specifications.
• Basic scheduling.
• Reporting including, daily reports, inspection reports and submittal preparation & review.
• Implementation of corporate safety program and applicable safety regulations
• Ability to be flexible and work effectively in a fast-paced environment.
• Ability to work as part of a team.
• Proven decisiveness and ability to work well under pressure, particularly when faced with unexpected occurrences or delays.
• Ability to coordinate several major activities at once, while analyzing and resolving specific problems.
• Interpretation of building codes and standards.
• Implement and complete quality and inspection procedures.
• Application of basic mathematics.
• Promote Rockford’s reputation as a respected member of the community and industry.
• Participate effectively in representing Rockford at functions outside the corporation.
• Maintain strong relationships with client, subcontractor, architect and design consultants.
• Communicate Rockford’s values, including integrity, honesty and high standards of quality.
• Set a positive example by modeling Rockford’s core values.
• Sustain the corporate image at all times by demonstrating ethical conduct, personal neatness, professional presentation, and cultural awareness.
• Thorough knowledge of construction materials and practices.
• Extensive knowledge of building codes and standards, inspection techniques, codes.
• Knowledge of the chemical composition, structure, and properties of substances and of the chemical processes and transformations that they undergo. This includes uses of chemicals and their interactions, danger signs, production techniques, and disposal methods.
• Knowledge of raw materials, production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture and distribution of goods.
• Conducting tests and inspections of products, services, or processes to evaluate quality or performance.
• Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
• Extensive knowledge of OSHA construction regulations
• Basic understanding of construction scheduling
• Understanding of basic mathematics
• Ability to work more than a standard 40-hour week when the project schedule dictates.
• Familiarity with Corps of Engineers 3-Phase Inspection procedures
• Aviation fuel system and/or tank construction, maintenance or repair knowledge
• Basic accounting knowledge
• Proficient knowledge of MS Excel spreadsheets.
• Experience with using USACE QCS-RMS.
• Completed USACE CQM for Construction Contractors certification (Current).
• Quality Control personnel may have a varied work schedule, at times working evenings and weekends.
SITE SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER (SSHO)
The Safety Officer must have 5 years of experience in safety. They also should have knowledge of general mechanical, construction principals and equipment operation. They should have a willingness to work in a year round outdoors/field trailer environment.
• The ability to read blueprints and interpret accurately project specifications is highly desirable.
• This individual must be eligible to access and work on a US military installation.
• A background check is required.
• A clean driving record is required.
• Any outstanding criminal or other outstanding legal issues will preclude access to the jobsite.
• A driver’s license is required.
• This individual must be approved by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
• Completed the 30-hour OSHA Construction Safety class.
• Minimum of 5 years of Construction Industry Safety Experience.
• Familiarity with OSHA 1910 and 1926.
• Experience in safety records, deficiency tracking systems, and job logs.
• Ability and experience to effectively train personnel.
• Good communication skills and speak to workers (i.e. weekly safety meeting)
• Familiarity with EMS 385-1-1 preferred
CQC SYSTEMS MANAGER - SITE SAFETY AND HEALTH OFFICER
• Graduate Mechanical Engineer or Graduate Construction Manager with 2 years related experience OR minimum 8 years of related experience with 2 of those years in a specific construction quality control function. Related experience is any experience associated with the any of the following type of work:
o Tank rehabilitation
o Tank cleaning
o API 653 inspections and repairs
o Fuel facilities construction, repair, upgrade, or replacement
o Construction of fuels support facilities and infrastructure
o Demolition of fuel facilities and components
o Construction and repair of facilities with high potential for environmental release
o Construction, repair, or upgrade of facilities to maintain environmental or safety compliance
• Ability to pass a Federal Background check and gain access to a DOD facility
• Valid driver’s license
• Demonstrated ability to prepare work plans, daily reports, inspection reports, prepare submittals and review submittals.
• Aviation fuel system and/or tank construction, maintenance or repair knowledge is preferred.
• Familiarity with computers and software programs including Microsoft Office
• Good oral and written communication skills.
• Proven ability to establish a good working relationship with many different people, including owners, other managers, designers, supervisors, and craft workers.
• Must prove strong familiarity with the Army Corps of Engineers or Navy 3 phase inspection processes. This can be done with a class-certification from approved USACE providers.