Construction Quality Control Manager

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MANAFORT BROTHERS INCORPORATED
Published
November 14, 2020
Location
Cumberland, RI
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Description

Manafort Brothers Incorporated has an opening for a Construction Quality Control Manager for heavy highway work out of its Cumberland, RI office.  The QCM must be an individual with demonstrated experience implementing a QC program and supervising inspectors.  This experience shall include at least 5 years of QC background in any combination of the following areas:  Field inspection experience, Construction phase experience relevant to the type of work and the scope of the project, previous experience as a QC professional.  Substitutions allowed – 4 year for Bachelors Degree in CE, CE Tech, Construction Management or, Construction Engineering (2 years for Associates Degree in related field); NICET, NETTCP, ACI certification preferred.  In addition, the QCM shall have documented training in QC principles. 

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Manafort is a demolition and construction company that performs specialty construction and demolition services as well as general contracting services at sites primarily in the northeastern United States, but also at selective projects nationwide. Headquartered in Plainville, Connecticut, we also maintain regional offices in Worcester, Massachusetts and Cumberland, Rhode Island.

Please submit your resume and project history to:

Human Resources Department

P.O. Box 99

Plainville, CT  06062

Fax (860)747-6296

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