Project Manager and/or Director of Quality
The Quality Manager is responsible for supporting and assisting the Project Manager and/or Director of Quality with the overall administration and management of the Project Specific Quality Program. The Quality Manager will be responsible for the quality on-boarding for employees and the organization of all quality documentation required by Becht Industrial Group as defined in the prime contract documents.
This role requires interfacing with all craft employees as well as Becht Industrial Group’s supervisors, client personnel, subcontractors, and vendors. He/she must have demonstrated the ability to manage all aspects of a Quality program on projects of increasing complexity, including the skills and abilities to oversee and manage all aspects of a Quality program on highly complex industrial projects with exceptional management and leadership abilities.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Ability to work collaboratively and execute work independently; maintain excellent rapport with team members.
- Participate in constructability reviews and task planning.
- Self-motivated; high degree of initiative; correctly prioritize and successfully complete competing assignments; effectively manage and meet deadlines.
- Ability to adapt and be an influential leader as it relates to Becht Industrial Group’s culture and values.
- Gather, evaluate, and assimilate input from supervisors and employees related to work practices, and implement effective work plans.
- Produce quality work that meets the requirements of company policies, procedures, and industry standards.
- Champion Becht Industrial Group’s culture, values, and ethics; be an exceptional team player and communicate effectively across all functional areas of the company.
- Always represent Becht Industrial Group in a professional manner.
- Provide Quality reports and data to clients as required.
- Develop a comprehensive understanding of Becht Industrial Group’s Quality Manual and assist in developing site-specific quality plans.
- Identify needs for implementing Inspection and Test Plans.
- Provide support for and lead Quality onboarding and training sessions.
- Support craft superintendents with site-specific Quality consumables (e.g., electrodes, welding lenses, etc.).
- Support and lead Quality audits, craft observations, and Quality Leadership Meetings.
- Ensure Quality metrics are compiled and submitted weekly.
- Participate in stretch/flex and morning gang box meetings.
- Act as Quality Site Representative in the absence of Quality Manager.
- Report all non-conformances and rework events.
- Ensure subcontractor kick-off meetings are held.
- Ensure timely and complete root cause investigation of Quality incidents, rework, and track/ensure timely completion of non-conformances.
- Implement and promote Stop Work Authority in collaboration with the HSE Team.
- Function in a supervisory capacity and effectively manage direct report(s).
- Maintain and promote a safety work environment for Quality team personnel.
- Comply with all client and Becht Industrial Group safety procedures and requirements.
- Conduct work in a safe and efficient manner.
- Function as one of the key Project Leaders on the project
- Conduct and lead meetings, both internally and externally in a professional manner
- Provide on the job training to Quality managers, techs, and craft personnel
- Manage up to 5+ direct reports
- Additional responsibilities as required.
- Ability to work with Sr. Quality Manager and/or Director of Quality to execute Code work utilizing BIG’s ASME Code Stamps i.e., “S, U, R, NB” Code Stamps. He / She will have to work within Code Boundaries and the AIA
- 5-10 years of experience managing Quality or a related area on construction projects
- SCWI, CWI, CWE, ASNT, API or ACI certifications are preferred (client may dictate required certifications)
- On-the-job experience in training and inspections preferred
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Willing to travel extensively and be assigned to project locations for several months at a time
- Proficient in reviewing and understanding project drawings, specifications, technical data, assembly methods, and O&M manuals, and financial principals
- Able to work in hazardous industrial environments, particularly refineries and chemical plants
- Must be able to obtain and maintain Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
- Preferred working knowledge and be able to proficiently navigate and interpret the following codes: ASME codes i.e., B31.1, B31.3, ASME Section 1, 5, VIII Div. 1 etc., AWS codes i.e., D1.1, D1.3, D1.6, ASNT, API, NEC, NFPA, NBIC and ACI regulations.