Under the supervision of the program and project manager, the QA/QC Manager will coordinate with stakeholders and engineers to build a Quality Assurance plan, inspect work (both in-progress and after completion) to ensure that completed work complies with applicable federal, state, and local standards and regulations; record inspection results; prepare and submit inspection reports as required; and notify project managers if work is performed unsatisfactorily, or if a work environment is deemed to be unsafe.
Responsible for QA monitoring and evaluation of the various aspects of the system installation to ensure compliance with the statement of work requirements, design requirements, specification requirements, and OEM installation guidelines.
Performs inspections and measurements, collecting and summarizing quality data, and maintaining records on the results of sampling procedures.
Collects information concerning the application of quality procedures, review of technical quality requirements, or the results of inspections and tests provide a basis for decisions and action by senior-level specialists and management.
Performs on-site audits/inspections of completed work to insure work is accomplished according to installation plan and specifications; reviews test and calibration procedures; and generates/tracks Corrective Action Reports as needed for workmanship issues requiring further forensics.
Provides information for an overall assessment of the timely and proper implementation of new or revised work processes, use of modified or new equipment, and other controlling procedures.
Ensures quality processes are developed in conjunction with the user requirements.
Works as part of a team to establish parameters and specifications for databases.
Tracks and maintains documentation of assigned quality projects.
Reviews requirements, specifications, and documentation to gain a thorough understanding of the work to be certified.
Raises issues, questions and concerns; Validates results, reports discrepancies, and follows through to ensure that all issues are resolved.
Possesses a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in construction, engineering, or information technology or related field.
Possesses a minimum of four years (4) of related experience in inspecting construction and electrical systems.
An additional four years of relevant experience may be substituted for the degree requirement if the person has a high school diploma or GED.
Proficient with MS Office Suite, including MS Project.
Must possess a current Secret DOD Security clearance.
Basic understanding of USAF Security Forces guidelines and regulations (AFI 31-101 and ESS Equipment Siting Guide).
Certifications in annunciator systems such as Honeywell Vindicator, WillBurt Predator Elite, Advantor, Hirsch, AMAG, Lenel, and Software House.