Job Description: QUALITY ASSURANCE/QUALITY CONTROL (QA/QC) INSPECTOR, Facilities-Maintenance and Utilities-Operations and Maintenance Group, to ensure the QA/QS system is implemented in an organized and efficient manner. Will continuously advance quality achievement and performance improvement by developing and implementing QA/QC processes as part of the staff inspection team; work to ensure that all QA/QC goals and objectives are met and to ensure MIT is complying with building codes, permits and inspectional standards; and coordinate and work closely with Engineering, Utilities, Construction, EHS, Planning, Capital Renewal, Repair and Maintenance, CSG, and DLC facilities managers.
Job Requirements: REQUIRED: bachelor's degree, preferably in an engineering field; five years' QA/QC experience, preferably in a facilities operational environment; minimum of five years' experience in performance and/or review of quality inspections; familiarity with structures and mechanical, electrical, and control systems' designs and generation; advanced experience and knowledge of applicable codes, regulations, and standards and OSHA requirements; experience working with jurisdictional and regulatory authorities; ability to ensure correct codes, standards, job specifications, project procedures, and state and federal regulations are properly identified, correctly specified in detail, and met or exceeded; strong coordination and organizational skills; experience creating and administering inspections and QA/QC planning and reporting programs and managing a field team; ability to communicate effectively; advanced knowledge of project-specific documentation related to new equipment turnover; advanced knowledge of safety programs; experience managing field engineering and inspections; ability to develop and manage nonconformance, deficiencies, and reporting programs, including root cause analysis; and working knowledge of MS Office. Industrial or construction experience a plus. Job #15292-O
The position involves traversing MIT's 168 acre campus including all existing spaces and new construction sites; regularly entering and navigating all buildings and mechanical system spaces; and routinely accessing and conducting work in both small/confined and high spaces including roofs.
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