Quality Coordinator

Company Name:
Burns Magee Group
Provide Quality Assurance support to 5-10 projects ranging in size from $1 million to $250 million.
Conduct Quality Assurance Constructability Reviews for assigned projects to ensure Company best practices and industry standards are being met or exceeded in the design documents.
Conduct Quality Assurance Site Observations for projects assigned to ensure installations meet or exceed Company, manufacturer and design standards and provide electronic reports.
Conduct miscellaneous quality assurance testing in accordance with published industry standards to ensure proper preparation and installation of windows, concrete, flooring, gypsum board, coatings, wood and other building products.
Conduct training classes for Operations and field personnel.

Job Requirements

Must Have
3-9 years construction experience as an Architect, Engineer, Construction Manager, Quality Manager or Inspector.
Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Construction Management, or related experience.
Ability to work with teams toward common goals and customer expectations
Knowledge of good craftsmanship, means and methods, materials and resources
Conviction to uphold standards and contractual requirements - integrity
Excellent habits in documentation and organization
Positive attitude and disciplined work ethic
Extensive knowledge and experience in design and construction industry standards.
Ability to work with Owners, Architects, Consultants, Project Managers, and Superintendents
Self-initiative and ability to work with limited supervision
May require 30-40% overnight travel.
Excellent working knowledge of roofing, building envelope construction, concrete, masonry inspection, and testing.
Demonstrated proficiency in computer applications
Training and certification of construction installation and inspection of different construction systems and components.
Should Have

Nice to Have
US Army Corps of Engineering Contractor Quality Control Certification
Prior experience in Design-Build construction

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