The Quality Control Manager will report directly to the Director, Engineering & Projects, Precast Concrete Solutions Central. The incumbent for this position will be part of our dedicated Quality Team that ensures compliance to Armtec’s Quality Management System, Standards, Internal Procedures, Engineering/Customer specifications, and Occupational Health and Safety and other Laws and Regulations.
This position will work with Production and Engineering to maintain and continuously improve the Quality Management System and will administer the Quality Assurance Program (CSA A23.4). The Quality Manager will also manage and direct the daily activities of the Quality Control Department and will provide guidance and mentorship to the team to meet company objectives of producing quality precast product for the Brampton and Woodstock Precast Facilities.
Physical Effort – Estimated 70% of the time is spent in the office with some time in a plant or jobsite atmosphere or outdoors, depending upon priorities of the day. May require frequent periods of bending, standing and walking and the ability to move light to moderate material or equipment.
Physical Environment – Normal outdoor work environment which could include exposure to adverse weather conditions, some stress due to adherence to deadlines, which may require some overtime. Occasionally the incumbent works in an average factory type building, which can be dirty, noisy, damp, and not uniformly heated. The incumbent is exposed to noise, dust, and occasional welding fumes and flashes. Some travel will be required between production facilities and to jobsites.
Sensory Attention – A great deal of attention, both seeing and hearing, is required at all times. In an active production or construction environment, the risk of accidents occurring is present. Attention must be given to accident potential in all areas of the plant and shipping yard, and in field operations.
Mental Stress – There is routine pressure from various sources to achieve results. Care and control of a motor vehicle during travel to plants and jobsites may generate additional stress. Occasional extra pressure can be experienced as a result of unforeseen events and decisions creating conflict.