QA/QC Field Professional

Williston, North Dakota

Relevant Certifications Include

  • American Concrete Institute (ACI) Field Technician Level I
  • Nuclear Gauge User Safety
  • Western Alliance Quality for Transportation Construction
  • Aggregate (WAQTC)
    • Embankment and Base
    • In-Place Density
    • Asphalt Superpave Field
  • NICET
  • International Code Council (ICC)
    • Reinforced Concrete Special Inspector
    • Spray-Applied Fireproofing Special Inspector
    • Post tension/ Pre-stressed Concrete Special Inspector
  • AWS

Typical Field Professional Duties

  • Perform field and laboratory testing of various construction materials including asphalt, aggregate, concrete, and soil.
  • Sample HMA for field control tests and extraction/gradation analysis in accordance with project specifications
  • Assist with project management duties as directed by the project manager in the areas of budget review, services coordination, staffing, client communication, and reporting.
  • Perform construction materials testing in accordance with the project specifications
  • Calibrate and maintain field and laboratory equipment
  • Maintain equipment and vehicle
  • Use of various types of testing equipment
  • Arrive at job site and report results in a timely, accurate manner
  • Communicate daily with supervisors and co-workers

Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent verbal and written communication – Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instruction, testing procedures, and project specifications. Ability to write reports and correspondence legibly, accurately and professionally. Employee must be able to communicate effectively with clients, contractor, supervisors and co-workers.
  • Ability to meet agreed upon deadlines
  • Basic use of computer and proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Mathematical skills – Ability to accurately calculate test results in accordance with test procedures and perform engineering calculations.
  • Organization – Ability to multitask and move from one assignment to the next quickly and with initiative.
  • Reasoning Ability – Ability to apply reasonable judgment and understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several variables in standardized situations
  • Physical Demands – While performing this position’s duties, the employee must regularly lift and/or move 75 pounds or more. Individual must work in adverse weather conditions, including extreme hot and cold temperatures. During peak construction season, long hours, out of town travel and weekends are to be expected.

 Minimum Requirements

  • Valid driver’s license with a good driving record.
  • Negative drug and alcohol test result(s).
  • Out of town travel when project work requires.
  • Working overtime hours, weekends, non-standard hours, and some holidays.
  • May require personal vehicle use when STRATA vehicle not available.
  • Willingness to strive for efficiency.