Quality Control Manager (Construction)

Graham, TX
Full Time


  • Participate in the evaluation of subcontractors to verify they have adequate QA/QC capabilities.
  • Preparation, approval, and implementation of the QA/QC Plan.
  • Be the primary point of contact for the Client on issues relating to Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Attend site QC meetings or other meetings as necessary.
  • Create Inspection and Testing Plans (ITP’s) and Audit Plans for each Definable Feature of Work (DFOW). Create a Procedure for each ITP to explain the ITP requirements.
  • Organize and conduct Preparatory Meetings for each DFOW. Ensure Subcontractors and Moore self-performance crews are aware of all requirements, procedures and documentation required for Each DFOW. Document and distribute the minutes of the Preparatory meetings.
  • Participate in testing, inspection and documentation as required by the ITP’s
  • Periodically audit subcontractor and Moore documentation and procedures in accordance with audit plans. Maintain documentation of audits, findings, and resolution of corrective actions taken due to audits.
  • Coordinate the testing and inspection program for all subcontractors and self-performance work. Coordinate in a timely manner with the Client, the Construction Manager, the Superintendent, Owner, A/E, 3rd party testing agency, other AHJ’s, and any other entity required, to ensure all parties know their part of required inspections, so that QA/QC activities don’t impede progress.
  • Provide information to the Superintendent about QA/QC activities to be included in the Daily Report.
  • Review and distribute submittals. Maintain and distribute the submittal register as required.
  • Coordinate, submit and distribute all RFI’s and RFI answers. Maintain and distribute the RFI log as required.
  • Participate in document control, along with the PM and APM.
  • Issue Non-Conformance Reports (NCR’s) and manage the process of documenting and resolving NCR’s. Distribute the NCR log as required.
  • Conduct, document and manage punch lists. Distribute punch lists as necessary.
  • Coordinate with owner, A/E, subcontractors, and other entities to complete project turnover.
  • Provide information to Superintendent for As-Built drawings.
  • Develop an Audit Plan for Subcontractors and Moore’s self-performance crew.
  • Periodically audit Subcontractors and Moore’s self-performance crew to ensure QC procedures are followed and proper documentation is maintained.


Successful Candidates:

  • Have 5 years or more of documented experience in a Quality Control or Quality Assurance position.
  • Experience Developing and Implementing a QA program is preferred.
  • USACE experience preferred.
  • Experience in ISO-9000 series Quality Management Systems is preferred.
  • Industrial experience is preferred, but candidates with experience in Government or Commercial environments will be considered.
  • Willingness to travel is preferred. Current assignment locations are in the Louisiana, Texas Gulf Coast, and Los Angeles regions.


  • $50-$60/Hour DOE


  • 401(k) with company match
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Health savings account
  • Life insurance
  • Paid time off

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