Contractor Quality Control System Manager at VERSAR, INC. in Phoenix, Arizona

Posted in Management 1 day ago.





Job Description:

Versar, Inc. is a global project management company based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, with multiple locations around the world. Since 1969, Versar has provided technical and management support to federal, state, and local government clients as well as to industries worldwide, delivering construction management, environmental sciences and engineering infrastructure solutions. Versar offers tailored and secure solutions in harsh environments providing clients with comprehensive engineering and construction management, environmental and professional services.

Versar is seeking a Contractor Quality Control System Manager (CQCSM) to support remedial action and construction projects under the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) with an immediate onsite role at a site near Doylestown, PA.

This position is organized under Versar's Environmental Services Group supporting the Remediation Technical Service Area (TSA). The CQCSM is responsible for overall management of project quality control system. Requirements for the position include ensure quality and safety per USACE specifications. The position requires presence at the project site at all times during progress of work and the incumbent has complete authority and responsibility to take an action necessary to ensure contract compliance. Hire subject to approval by USACE for meeting minimum qualifications.

This role includes, but is not limited to the following tasks & responsibilities:


  • Ensuring conformance with project plans and specifications thru the implementation and enforcement of the approved Quality Control Plan

  • Assist in preparing the Contractor QC Plan addendums and other work plans, as necessary

  • Performing on-site QC inspections of materials, equipment, and work to verify compliance with approved work plans, contracts, plans and specifications, and permits and other regulatory requirements through the implementation of the USACE 3-Phase Inspection Process

  • Ability to implement Stop-Work authority to immediately implement changes to correct deficiencies discovered as a result of above inspections or surveillances

  • Tracking of deficiencies and tracking/coordination of necessary corrective actions throughout the course of the project

  • Review, approval and tracking of all submittals and transmittals in the Resident Management System/Quality Control Systems (RMS/QCS) software

  • Developing daily/weekly QC reports, with all necessary supporting documentation

  • Record keeping for all site quality-related documents including submittals, transmittals, testing forms, inspection checklists, reports, field sampling checklists and data submissions, etc.

  • Participate in project meetings, including client meetings with USACE and other stakeholders, weekly schedule meetings, and weekly subcontractor meetings.

  • Ability to interface with US Army Corps of Engineers quality assurance and technical engineering branch personnel on project specific items

  • Work with superintendent and subcontractors in preparing technical submittals

  • Support project close-out and post-remedial action reporting efforts

  • Other ad-hoc quality support tasks, as required by the project or assigned by the Project Manager/Management

  • The CQCSM is responsible for observing the construction of critical design features, ensuring work is conducted in compliance with the Contract Documents and attending preconstruction and progress meetings (in person or conference call).

The CQC System Manager has the following responsibilities and authority to include, but not be limited to:


  1. Prepare reports on inspections.

  2. Inspect specific construction elements and materials for conformance with the specifications.

  3. Perform field testing and monitoring CQC procedures.

  4. Inspect delivered materials.

  5. Monitor delivery, handling, and storage of materials per the specifications;

  6. Review manufacturer material certifications.

  7. Ensure that control testing is performed in accordance with the specifications, drawings, and project plans.

  8. Certify the appropriate aspects of CQC activities.

  9. Perform QC checks and inspection activities for DFWs.

  10. Review the RA Construction Completion Report.

Job Requirements/Qualifications


  • Bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture, or construction management.

  • Minimum of 5 years combined experience in the following positions: Project Superintendent, QC Manager, Project Manager, Project Engineer or Construction Manager on large scale USACE or DOD construction contracts, which included the major trades that are part of the work.

  • Minimum five (5) years of experience developing and/or implementing Quality Control Plans/Procedures on Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (HTRW) remediation projects.

  • Knowledge and experience with environmental remediation excavation, decontamination, demolition, material handling, on-site treatment, off-site waste transport/disposal, environmental sampling/laboratory analysis, and site restoration means and methods required.

  • Completion of Construction Quality Management for Contractors.

  • 40-hr HAZWOPER training with uninterrupted 8-hr Refresher course records, and Supervisory Training.

  • Ability to achieve Medical Clearance for work at hazardous waste sites with Respirator Qualification.

  • Current USACE Construction Quality Management (CQM) for Contractors training is mandatory.

  • Experience using of US Army Corps of Engineers RMS contract administration software.

  • Preferred Experience managing federal projects for clients such as U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, US Air Force, GSA and/or NAVFAC.

  • Skill in the use of Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

  • Ability to pass a Federal background check, pre-employment drug & alcohol screening, and any other screening required to perform the essential functions of the job.