Quality Control/Site Safety and Health Officer/Superintendent, Guam

Quality Control/Site Safety and Health Officer/Superintendent

RELYANT Global, LLC is seeking a full-time Quality Control/Site Safety and Health Officer (SSHO)/Superintendent that meets the requirements listed below. The candidate will be the primary individual responsible for Quality Control and safety on a construction project to include safety and occupational health management, surveillance, inspections, and safety enforcement.
This position will also serve as Site Superintendent and will report directly to the Project manager.
Must meet or exceed Level 5 SSHO Requirements including:
• Certification as a Construction Health & Safety Technician (CHST)
• A minimum 10 years’ safety work of a progressive nature with at least 5 years of experience on $10M + Fixed Price. Design Build construction projects.
• 30-hour OSHA construction safety class or equivalent within the last 5 years.
• An average of at least 24 hours of formal safety training each year for the past 5 years with training for competent person status for at least the following 6 areas of competency: Excavation; Scaffolding; Fall protection; Hazardous energy; Confined space; and Health hazard recognition, evaluation and control of chemical, physical and biological agents.
• Complete a 40-hour Construction Hazard Awareness Training Course for Contractors.
SSHO Responsibilities Include:
• Collect and maintain certified EMR ratings and DART rates for all subcontractors on the project and make them available to the Government at the Government’s request.
• In addition to duties required in EM 385-1-1, perform the following duties:
a. 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. Attach safety inspection logs to the Contractor’s daily production and quality control report.
b. Conduct mishap investigations and complete required reports. Maintain the OSHA Form 300 and Daily Production reports for prime and sub-contractors.
c. Maintain safety-related references applicable to the project, including those listed in the article “References.” Maintain applicable equipment per manufacturers’ manuals.
d. Attend the pre-construction conference, pre-work meetings including preparatory inspection meeting, and periodic in-progress meetings.
e. Implement and enforce accepted APPS and AHAs.
f. Maintain a safety and health deficiency tracking system that monitors outstanding deficiencies until resolution. Post a list of unresolved safety and health deficiencies on the safety bulletin board.
g. Ensure sub-contractor compliance with safety and health requirements. Failure to perform the above duties will result in dismissal of the QC Manager/SSHO/Superintendent and a project work stoppage. The project work stoppage will remain in effect pending approval of a suitable replacement.
h. Maintain a list of hazardous chemicals on site and their material safety data sheets.

QC Manager Responsibilities Include:

• Implement the “Three Phase of Control” plan for each DFOW and notify the Contracting Officer at least 3 business days in advance of each Preparatory and Initial Phase meeting. Submit respective checklists to the Contracting Officer the next business day
• Ensure that no construction begins before the DOR has finalized the design for that segment of work, and construction submittals are approved as required.
• Inspect all work and rework, using International Conference of Building Officials certified QC specialists as applicable, to ensure its compliance with contract requirements. Maintain a rework log
• Immediately stop any segment of work, which does not comply with the contract requirements and direct the removal and replacement of any defective work
• Remove any individual from the site who fails to perform their work in a skillful, safe and workmanlike manner or whose work does not comply with the contract plans and specifications.
• Prepare daily QC reports.
• Ensure that Contractor Production Reports are prepared daily.
• Hold weekly QC meetings with the DQC Manager, Commissioning Authority, DOR (or representative), Superintendent and the Contracting Officer; participation shall be suitable for the phase of work. Distribute minutes of these meetings
• Ensure that design and construction submittals are reviewed and approved, as required by the contract, prior to allowing material on site and work to proceed with these items. Maintain a submittal register
• Maintain a testing plan and log. Ensure that all testing is performed in accordance with the contract. Review all test reports and notify the Contracting Officer of all deficiencies, along with a proposal for corrective action
• Maintain rework log on site, noting dates deficiency identified, and date corrected.
• Certify and sign statement on each invoice that all work to be paid under the invoice has been completed in accordance with contract requirements.
• Perform punch-out and participate in Pre-final and Final Acceptance Inspections. Submit list of deficiencies to the Contracting Officer for each inspection. Correct all deficiencies prior to the Final inspection. Notify Contracting Officer prior to final inspection to establish a schedule a date acceptable by the Contracting Officer.
• Ensure that all required key, operation and maintenance manuals, warranty certificates, and the As-built drawings are correct and complete, in accordance with the contract, and submitted to the Contracting Officer.
• Assure that all applicable tests special inspections, and observations required by the contract are performed.
• Notify the Contracting Officer of any proposed changes to the QC plan.
• Retain a copy of approved submittals at project site, including Contractor’s copy of approved samples.
• Coordinate training of Government maintenance personnel with the eOMSI Preparer to assure training materials and training classes are accurate and provide instruction and documentation on critical elements of the products, materials, and systems in the constructed facility. Verify that the Government’s operating personnel were trained.

Superintendent Responsibilities Include:

• Coordinate and supervise all construction activities
• Maintains construction schedule, identifies and solves problems
• Schedules inspections as necessary throughout the process
• Maintains positive relationships and creates an environment with teamwork with customers, contractors, suppliers and other employees
• Promotes job site safety to encourage safe work practices
• Ensures all company employees and contractors are adhering to the company safety policy
• Maintain a clean and organized job site
• Ensure projects are walked daily. Prepare and maintain daily logs
• Review plans, specifications, approved customer changes to ensure construction meets customer expectations. This person is the primary contact for all sub-contractor issues and meetings
Mandatory Qualifications:
• A graduate of a four-year accredited college or university program in one of the following disciplines: Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, Engineering Technology, Building Construction, or Building Science. The QCM must have experience on similar construction contracts which include major trades Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Site Prep (horizontal Construction), Fire Protection, and Instrumentation and Controls.

• Complete the course entitled “Construction Quality Management (CQM) for Contractors” and maintain a current certificate.

• Familiar with requirements of USACE EM 385-1-1, and experience in the areas of Activity Hazard Analysis (AHA), Accident Prevention Plans (APP) and safety compliance.

• Five years of combined experience as a Superintendent, QC Manager, Project Manager, or Project Engineer on $10M Design-build construction contracts, and at least two years’ as a QC Manager.

• Must be able to pass a Federal Background Check in order to gain entrance to the base.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience preparing Activity Hazard Analyses and Accident Prevention Plans.
• Experience analyzing and interpreting government regulations and codes.
• Understanding of FAR/DFAR requirements.
• Ability to read plans and coordination of trades; ensure trades build to plan specifications
• Ability to understand construction documents
• Knowledge of new construction
• Ensure site meets all safety and code requirements
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Adobe PDF files, Outlook, etc.
• 5 years’ experience in commercial construction
• Must be very well organized and systematic
• Good leadership abilities
• Must be good in troubleshooting situations
• Familiar with 3 Phase Quality Control
• Previous Navy/ USACE Design-build experience

Due to the high volume of applications, only qualified applicants will be contacted by the HR Office.

RELYANT Global is classified through the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) as a Small Business. Founded by honorably discharged Department of Defense servicemen, RELYANT continues to manage operations that support relief efforts in remote, austere, and disaster areas in the United States and around the world.
* All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, sexual orientation or any other consideration made unlawful by Federal, State, or Local Laws.
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