Quality Control Manager

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US-MD-Fort Meade
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Job Description Quality Control Manager POSITION SUMMARY:

Implement and manage the project Quality Control Program to ensure compliance with all contractual obligations. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Schedule quality inspections, collect quality data, analyze data, and submit Quality reports as specified by Contract & Company requirements.
  • Ensure all work is performed in accordance with the Quality Control Program to include sub-contractor performance.  
  • Recommend updates/changes to the Quality Control Program to achieve improvements in quality, client relationships and customer service. 
  • Maintain constant communication with the Project Manager, Supervisors & Leads - providing daily updates/status of on-going work.
  • Ensure all work meets or exceeds quality standards.
  • Ensuring all Quality Control functions are performed in accordance with the accepted Quality Control Plan.
  • Ensure all required inspections are properly captured within iMS.
  • Provide iMS reports to the Project Manager as required.
  • Ensure all identified discrepancies are properly documented, forwarded to the correct person, and that follow up inspections are scheduled as required.
  • Serve as point of contact for Government PAR’s.
  • Provide initial and on-going Quality Training all Project personnel, Sub-Contractors and designated Customer representatives on aspects of the Project QC Program & iMS relevant to their function & responsibilities.
  • Communicate effectively (both written & oral) in English to all levels of the Project/Contract/Company regarding QC Program elements

  • Job Requirements Quality Control Manager

    REQUIREMENTS: 

    • Must possess an Active Secret Clearance.
    • High School Diploma or GED certificate.
    • Three to six years QC experience.
    • Broad knowledge of Quality Control concepts and procedures.
    • Detailed knowledge of Quality Control Principles and the ability to translate these principles into practical and specific Quality Control Plans.
    • Be able to collect, collate, analyze, and compare actual work performance data with the contract requirements.  Identify root causes and be able to identify specific courses of action to rectify non-conforming work.