Construction Quality Control Manager / Site Safety & Health Officer

Construction Dededo, Guam




The CQC Manager will be assigned to Department of Defense (DOD) construction project(s) located in various regions. This individual will be responsible for all aspects of QC and must be onsite during all phases of the construction work. While at the jobsite, the CQC Manager works with the customer and other contractor staff to ensure CQC objectives are met in accordance with the contract requirements and high standards of service delivery are maintained.


Construction Quality Control Manager:

  • Prepare and update the QC Plan.
  • Attend coordination meetings with the Client, subcontractors, and vendors.
  • Implement the “Three Phases of Control” for all definable features of work.
  • Perform inspections to ensure work is completed in compliance with contract requirements.
  • Stop work that does not comply with the contract plans and specifications and direct the removal and replacement of any defective work.
  • Prepare and submit daily quality control reports.
  • Conduct weekly CQC meetings at the jobsite.
  • Oversee the review and approval of design and construction submittals.
  • Ensure As-Built drawings are updated daily.
  • Coordinate onsite and offsite testing. Maintain a testing log.
  • Review invoices prior to approval to ensure all relevant work has been completed in accordance with the contract requirements.
  • Perform punch-list and pre-final inspections.
  • Perform other duties as requested by supervisors and senior level managers in support of successful performance on all projects.
Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO)
  • Prepare and implement health and safety plans for construction projects.
  • Act as onsite safety representative for the duration of a given contract.
  • Serve as the SSHO person of contact to conduct the required site and safety analysis and observations.
  • Conduct daily safety and health inspections and maintain a written log which includes area/operation inspected, date of inspection, identified hazards, recommended corrective actions, estimated and actual dates of corrections.
  • Conduct weekly or daily tailgate safety meetings.
  • Attach safety inspection logs to the contractors’ daily quality control report.
  • Conduct mishap investigations and complete required reports.
  • Investigate and resolve health and safety deficiencies.
  • Must be familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within the environmental and safety compliance fields.

  • Completion of the course entitled "Construction Quality Management (CQM) for Contractors." and maintain a current certificate. The QC Manager that does not have a current certification must obtain the CQM for Contractors course certification prior to award. This course is periodically offered by the Naval Facilities Engineering Command and the Army Corps of Engineers. Contact the Contracting Officer for class schedule information.
  • Five years of combined experience as a QC Manager/SSHO on similar size and type construction contracts.
  • Familiar with the requirements of US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Manual 385- 1-1, and experience in the areas of hazard identification and safety compliance.

Must work effectively with employees, subcontractors, and clients at all levels.

The position requires working at the construction job site for extended periods of time. The position may require working during weekends and extended hours in order to meet deadlines.

GSI Service Group Inc. is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer that consciously builds inclusive teams and is proud to support a diverse environment that considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.