- High school diploma or GED
Note: Accepting resumes.
The Utility Inspectors are under the general supervision of the Chief and/or Construction Engineer/Associate Chief. The Utility Inspector's duties and responsibilities require that they'll be both knowledgeable and experienced in all phases of pipeline and related facilities construction and inspection.
Performs duties designated by the Chief and/or Construction Engineer/Associate Chief in accordance with the job requirements outlined in the assigned activity and the Client Company specifications and codes which may include the PEP and PSP.
Advises Construction Engineer of all decisions, problems, and possible alternatives in the assigned activity.
Be familiar with the approved construction drawings and the appropriate Client Company specifications, and assures that all construction activities are performed in accordance with these requirements.
Adheres to and enforces EnSiteUSA and Client Company safety policies.
Notifies the Construction Engineer of environmental problems which may arise.
Keeps daily log of all incidents relating to the construction in the assigned activity.
Prepares the appropriate report(s) for the Inspector's assigned activity, and forwards to the Construction Engineer for review.
Performs assigned routine tests on materials, services in process, or finished projects where results are compared with company quality standards. Reports results to supervisor who will make an analysis and take necessary action.
May assist and/or perform hydrostatic tests in the field.
Inspects visually for obvious defects.
Performs detailed visual inspection when necessary to determine quality of product/service where limits are not clearly defined. Identifies defective work and helps put corrective actions in place.
Verifies that all materials used in the performance of the job assignment are in compliance with Company requirements.
Assures that all welding materials are of proper type and quality, that they have been stored according to manufacturer's specifications and that damaged materials are not used in the welding of the pipe.
Previous field experience in construction and regulations in the natural gas industry with expertise in such areas as electrical, structural, mechanical, non-destructive testing, welding and instrumentation.
Dexterity and preciseness required to operate gauges and testing equipment.
Knowledge of safety requirements applicable to inspection as set forth in the OSHA Construction Industry Standards.
High school or technical school education, or equivalent, with mathematics emphasis.
Inspector should be familiar with Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) rules and regulations.
Must have effective analytical skills for assessing and evaluating.
Please note: API 1169 Certification is required for all Inspectors by January 1, 2019.
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