Would you enjoy being involved on a wide variety of engineering tasks on large scale, complex projects? Parsons is looking for Quality Assurance Representatives/Construction Representatives for US Army Corps of Engineer (USACE) projects in Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
Parsons extensive experience in this field, combined with your advanced project and construction knowledge, will propel your career forward with opportunity to lead teams. We need our Quality Assurance Representatives to be versatile, enthusiastic to work in highly flexible, team-oriented environment and who have exceptional communication, analytical and leadership skills.
Scope of Work
Conduct the full range of quality assurance inspections and testing in order to substantiate or otherwise verify the suitability of in-place work, materials and equipment or services provided, including testing at equipment manufacturers factory locations and provide findings to the Government for appropriate action. Testing may involve hazardous materials (not including ordnance) and may require the A-E to provide appropriate testing equipment, if unavailable within local testing laboratories, or require shipment of samples to a Government approved testing laboratory.
Perform reviews of design and/or construction submittals prepared by the construction contractor and provide written recommendations to the Government with respect to the appropriate approval or disapproval actions that should be taken by the Government.
Monitor the timeliness of all such submittal reviews in order to ensure their completion within the time frames required by the contracts involved. Monitor the contractors (design, construction, or service) submittal log, and advise the Government of late or overdue submittals.
Review and comment upon proposed construction or service performance techniques, procedures, and methods prepared or proposed by others and provide recommendations to the Government with respect to approval or disapproval actions that should be taken. Review, on behalf of the Government, and provide to the Government, comments with respect to quality control plans, procedures, and techniques and perform compliance inspections of the manner in which they are actually implemented.
Attend and participate in (in an advisory capacity) meetings such as pre-construction and pre-performance conferences, quality control coordination meetings, progress meetings, or other conferences and meetings held between the Governments representatives and construction contractors.
Monitor construction contractors or service providers procedures for the identification, classification, tracking, resolution and disseminating of information pertaining to construction and performance deficiencies and provide findings for appropriate action in order to assure timely corrective action as well as the prevention of similar occurrences. Substantiate that proposed corrective actions are appropriate for the specific deficiency and provide findings to the Government for appropriate action.
Assist or represent the Government in an advisory capacity at preparatory inspections held prior to
the commencement of the work. Prior to conducting preparatory inspections, perform all appropriate preliminary activities such as insuring that, where appropriate, the correct site location, layout and elevations of the work have been established. Verify that all required preliminary actions have been taken such as submittal, review, and approval of shop drawings; approved materials, supplies and equipment are on hand in the quantities required; safety job hazard analyses have been prepared and approved; qualified workmen are available and properly prepared; field supervisory staff is knowledgeable and qualified; appropriate testing equipment is on hand, properly calibrated and functioning; and any required manufacturers technical representatives or specialists are available.
Prepare written reports for the Government in a timely manner that document all aspects of preparatory inspections and advise the Government as to whether the construction contractor or service provider should be allowed to proceed with the work.
Min 10 years relevant experience performing Construction QA or Inspection.
Proof of US citizenship
Must have a valid drivers license
Ability to communicate clearly (verbally and written) in English
Bachelors or Associates degree in an Engineering, CM, or related technical field
Previous construction experience with USACE, NAVFAC, or AFCEC
Completion of Construction Quality Management Course (CQM) within 5 years
Professional Registration (PE or RA) or other relevant certifications (PMP, LEED, CCM)
OSHA Safety Training (30 Hour) within 5 years
Current records in JPAS system with ability to get a government CAC (Previous CAC or Security Clearance still on file in JPAS)
Experience with USACEs Resident Management System (RMS)
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