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Under limited supervision, independently executes the timely completion of assigned work orders and other Inspection Center projects by analyzing scope and determining requirements, evaluating complex product and systems to establish requirements and preparing reports. Maintains the integrity of the UL Mark by conducting various product, device, process, system and material inspections at various site and factory locations to ensure that they are produced and marked in compliance with various applicable technical requirements. Assists in the promotion, marketing and selling of new and existing UL services. Works with internal and external customers to resolve technical and administrative issues. Analyses, evaluates, and where necessary, proposes changes to Field Services policies and manuals and Follow-Up Services programs. May participate in review and interpretation of quality assurance programs.
Candidate must be located in or willing to relocate to the Appleton, WI area.
Independently performs safety and non-safety certification inspections and field evaluations in accordance with the required performance standards and requirements. Analyzes and evaluates examination and test results against applicable requirements. Uses technical judgment to determine whether noncompliance variations compromise the continued application of the UL Mark and may determine if alternative is acceptable. May audit customer quality management or assurance programs.
Independently performs inspections of fire apparatus such as aerial devices, pumpers and ground ladders in accordance with National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) requirements. Work includes field evaluations of fire apparatus using NDT testing methods including magnetic particle, visual, ultrasound, and liquid penetrant.
Interprets and analyzes examination and test results against UL requirements, verifying the accuracy of manufacturers' measuring equipment and reviewing production and inspection records. Periodically reviews manufacturers' programs of production, inspection, and shipping to ensure products are produced and marked in compliance with UL requirements. Evaluates and facilitates options for corrective action where variations from UL requirements are noted.
Communicates with manufacturers and customers, Authorities Having Jurisdiction and others to conduct non-safety and safety certification inspections. Investigates the misuse of UL Mark. Provides general information on policies and procedures for the varied UL services along with promoting and explaining the benefits of new and existing services. Discusses procedures, test methods, test results, sample selection and variations in products, devices, processes, systems and materials as necessary to resolve problems, implement changes to existing requirements or help develop new requirements.
Uses instruments to perform inspections, such as micrometers, voltmeters, ammeters, and other UL supplied equipment. Observes use of manufacturer's equipment necessary to meet UL requirements. Confirms proper calibration of manufacturer's measuring equipment and may perform calibration of UL supplied equipment.
Documents examination, variations and test results to appropriate UL forms. Maintains logs for scheduling inspections, time and expenses. Performs various calculations in more than one
Resolves process, management system and possibly engineering issues associated with Variation Notices by analyzing and reporting on the acceptability of the variations.
Integrates continuous improvement concepts and techniques into all aspects of the job.
Performs other duties as directed.
Minimum 2-year Technical Degree with two years of related experience, Associate's Degree in Non-Destructive Testing preferred
Experience in Field, Compliance or Quality Engineering a plus
Non-destructive testing (NDT) experience a plus. Certification in CP 189 or SNT-TC-1A, ASNT Level II Certification in MT, VT, UT and/or PT a plus
ASQ certification a plus
General electronics background, and strong mechanical and technical aptitude with the ability to read and interpret schematic diagrams
Valid driver’s license with demonstrated safe driving record as indicated by eligibility to participate in a DOT regulated program
Candidate must meet vision requirements as listed in ASNT CP 189
Must be able to work in confined spaces, elevated spaces
Ability to cross-sell and understand client business needs
Strong written and verbal communications skills, and client-interfacing skills
Strong computer skills including Microsoft Word and Excel, IBM Laptop Computer/Lotus Notes
Conflict resolution skills
Ability to travel, and ability to work remotely
Ability to access roofs and work from heights
Candidate must be located in or willing to relocate to Appleton, WI.
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