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Croell Inc. Quality Control Manager in Cheyenne, Wyoming

Company Overview:

Croell, Inc. is a privately-held regional construction company with over 100 multi-state locations. We are a major producer of concrete and asphalt road construction in the Midwest and an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), Affirmative Action (AA) employer!

Position Overview:

The Quality Control Manager position is responsible for managing quality control (QC) operations and assisting with field operations and processes in their region. This position is full time, requires regular travel and overtime with occasional weekends through peak season. This position reports to the Regional Manager and has supervisory responsibility.

For more information regarding this position, contact Brian at 307-290-0407.

General Duties and Functions:

  • Be prompt and timely for all assigned shifts, schedules and projects

  • Be aware of and familiar with the Company Handbook and abide by the employment policies and regulations

  • Teach, coach and work with team in a constructive manner

  • Consistently keep office clean and organized to promote professionalism, safety and efficiency

  • Actively participate in any recommended or mandatory trainings

  • Make safety the main priority

  • Maintain a positive working relationship with co-workers and management

  • Additional duties as assigned by management, as this job description is non-exhaustive

  • Willingness to perform duties outside normal scope of work (i.e. work in poor weather conditions or outside normal hours)

Essential Duties and Functions:

  • Will be responsible for supervising Quality Control Technicians in the Region

  • Manage the Quality Control (QC) Department’s for their region’s operations and personnel, including Certified Operations personnel

  • Coordinate with the Quality Control Technicians on the quality of daily operations

  • Assist in integrating the Quality Management System (QMS) for their region

  • Coordinate with the Quality Control Director on Quality Control related items, such as issues, trends and/or projects

  • Assist in the bidding process for their region, which includes reading specifications, plans, addendums, etc.

  • Design and implement mix designs and product codes for their region

  • Produce mix submittals for projects in their region

  • Complete site visits to production facilities to monitor quality of the products

  • Assist on training of quality control policies and procedures

  • Troubleshoot, identify, correct and prevent quality control issues

  • Oversee testing and record keeping on aggregates and concrete for their region

  • Oversee calibrations of all production facilities for their region

  • Assist in field operations

  • Develop, maintain and staff high profile projects list

  • Maintain an daily diary of Quality Control operations

  • Maintain and enforce safe practices in their region

  • Understand and comply with Federal (FAA, Army Corps of Engineers, Railroad, etc.) regulations and specifications

  • Assist plants during production of new products, new mix designs and high profile projects

  • Assist on training Quality Control and Production personnel on mix designs and additives

  • Train production personnel on the basic concrete testing procedures such as air, slump, temperature, etc.

  • Cross-train with applicable positions

Position Requirements:

  • Consent to authorization of a pre-employment work screen

  • Must be able to pass a drug test

  • Consent to authorization of a pre-employment Motor Vehicle Record request

  • MUST HAVE CONCRETE and AGGREGATE EXPERIENCE

  • Associate’s Degree in civil and construction engineering or related field

  • State DOT Certifications

  • At least 2 years of management experience

  • Business management experience in Quality Management System implementation and the concrete aggregate industry

  • ACI certifications

  • OSHA Training

  • Microsoft Office Skills

  • High level of reasoning abilities (i.e. Meeting deadlines, Prioritize Company and customer needs, serve as a leader to both peers and direct reports)

  • Strong mathematical skills (i.e. Add, Subtract, Multiply, Divide)

  • Possess excellent communication skills in both written and verbal forms

Preferred Skills and Knowledge:

  • MSHA Training

Physical Requirements:

The physical requirements to successfully perform the job functions are:

  • Ability to reach below/at/above shoulders

  • Pushing/Pulling

  • Twisting/Bending

  • Sitting/Standing/Balancing

  • Operate hand and foot controls

  • Simple/Firm grasping

  • Ability to carry over 50 pounds

  • Ability to lift/lower over 50 pounds

  • Squatting/Stooping/Crouching

  • Kneeling/Crawling

  • Gross manipulation (pinching)

Croell, Inc. Benefit Offerings:

  • Salary Range: $70,000-90,000 (Based on experience, location, etc.)

  • Health – Dental – Vision Insurance

  • Company paid Life Insurance

  • Voluntary Life Insurance

  • Company Paid Short Term Disability

  • Voluntary Long Term Disability

  • Paid Time Off

  • Holiday Pay

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • 401K with Company Match

  • Bereavement Pay

  • Potential for Advancement

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