Quality Control Technician
Panama City, FL 32401
- The Quality Control Technician implements the quality control/quality assurance plan for each missions.
- Ensures all aspects of the Scope of Work are being completed in accordance with the field work plan and supporting documentations including permit requirements.
- Ensures that all work items either for construction or installation is in compliance with local regulations and permit requirements.
- Ensure that all field materials meet the quality standards for construction.
- Report the quality status of the installation of the Manufactured Housing Units (MHUs) or construction of group sites as needed.
- Implement the quality program at both the receiving yard and the operation and maintenance phase of the mission according to the approved mission work plans.
- Perform the periodic inspections required to confirm compliance with the contract and task order requirements.
- Responsible for inspecting MHUs prior to acceptance from FEMA and transporting of the units.
- Degree in Construction Management or extensive verifiable experience in temporary housing missions.
- MUST BE LOCAL to the Bay and Jackson counties area.
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