Director of Construction Quality Management

Design Build and Construction Lakewood, Colorado


Description

The Director of Construction Quality Management is primarily responsible for the comprehensive over-site and management of the quality control program for construction projects as defined by Company standards, governmental regulations and contractual obligations. This position oversees the Quality program and team in concurrent multiple or large construction projects encompassing a number of subcontractors, disciplines and project locations. Travel is required. In this position you will:

 

  • Develop, manage and ensure an effective Construction Quality Program company wide
  • Maintain ISO 9001 certification for the company to include changes / upgrades, implementation, documentation, training, and audits.
  • Ensure reporting of rework and lessons learned
  • Provide technical support for proposals, construction and estimating teams during pre-bid, construction, and post-construction phases of projects to ensure quality opportunities are optimized and quality meets or exceeds expectations.
  • Implement best practices, continuously seeking to improve performance
  • Develop and maintain useful and value-added monitoring systems of quality documentation
  • Take appropriate action to ensure that documentation is reviewed, completed thoroughly & accurately, and retained in accordance with Company standards
  • Create and oversee the implementation of programs to effectively manage risk and eliminate/minimize loss
  • As needed, represent the Company to facilitate client acceptance at project close-out and generate regulatory responses
  • Collaborate with Health & Safety counterparts to ensure that work supports and aligns with efforts in both functional areas
  • Establish and provide reports on metrics measuring effectiveness and performance
  • Provide ongoing status updates to executive management with recommendations for dealing with substandard performance
  • Conduct reviews for complex projects assisting reporting managers and staff in identifying potential challenges
  • Mentor, coach, and guide reporting managers in proactive problem resolution
  • Ensure that work activities align with department budgetary parameters and strategic objectives
  • Travel as needed to conduct training, audits, and support project needs
  • Collaborate with Human Resources in selection and placement of new staff members
  • Ensure that staff receives training, career development, performance management, and coaching to effectively perform within the organization and align with ECC's vision of a Great Place to Work
  • In addition to the accountabilities above, other responsibilities, tasks, and deliverables may be assigned to the incumbent of this position

 

Requirements

  • Previous direct responsibility for contract compliance in government construction projects
  • Advanced knowledge of construction quality control concepts
  • Proven ability to implement programs to address complex needs and problems
  • Capable of communicating with persuasiveness and exercise effective negotiation techniques as needed
  • Demonstrated success in effectively coaching mid-level management to achieve strategic and tactical objectives
  • Skilled in interfacing with executive management to obtain support and required resources
  • Competent in using Microsoft Office products, email systems, and Windows Previous leadership and direct supervision of management level staff and remote project teams
  • Must be able to travel in US and overseas
  • Requires prior experience working on federal government DoD construction projects
  • USACE Contractor Quality Management (CQM) training
  • Ten years of progressive experience in a position directly related to construction quality control
  • Education: A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Architecture, or related field is required. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted for this requirement.

 

Preferred additional qualifications

 

  • Master’s degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Architecture or related field
  • Professional Engineer (PE)
  • OSHA 30 Hour Construction Certification
  • Prior direct management experience in self-performance and subcontracted projects
  • Previous experience overseeing multiple, concurrent projects (of various degrees of complexity) on a global scale 

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