This role Coordinates and participates in determining the extent of inspection for material and equipment, in addition to preparing and distributing Project Inspection Plans for all major equipment.
Contribute to the Company’s objective to create an injury free work place by incorporating Company safety practices in daily activities.
Coordinates and participates in determining the extent of inspection for material and equipment based on equipment criticality.
Prepares and distributes the Project Inspection Plan for all major equipment.
Work with the Projects and Management to oversee all activity related to field and shop inspections of engineered equipment and/or commodity materials purchased for projects, to ensure that critical path items are manufactured to specifications and delivered on time based upon field need dates.
Participates in the scheduling of inspections pursuant to the Project Inspection Plan, preparation of required reports, and testing requirements.
Support expediting and procurement functions by incorporating departmental policies, procedures, and practices in daily activities.
Support the development of the Approved Vendors’ List by providing key input to metrics pertaining to vendor quality and performance.
Maintain an “Alert List” of vendors
Assures inspection records are filed and maintained pursuant to department practice for retention, storage and disposal.
Develops and implements inspection practices assuring that purchased material and equipment satisfy purchase order requirements.
Reviews vendors capabilities, certifications and code standards to assure compliance with governmental regulations and industry standards.
Evaluates supplier qualifications and maintains Shop Survey Records.
Reviews inspector’s expense and time labor reports for content and accuracy prior to routing for approval/payment. Reviews or prepares the inspector’s work package to assure that it is properly prepared and distributed for project quality record retention.
Complete and distribute Field Inspection Reports.
Update the master Material Status Report (MSR) using information gleaned from inspections.
Follow all SI safety policies and report all unsafe activities immediately.
Monitor trends in shop loads to ascertain which shops can expedite fabrication schedules.
Participate in the resolution of vendor grievances.
A minimum of 10 years’ experience in fabrication for the oil and gas production, refining, and/or petrochemical industries.
A minimum of 3 years’ experience in supervision desired.
Experience with the inspection/fabrication/manufacture of engineered equipment including vessels, tanks, skid packages, compressors and pumps is essential.
Experience as a field expedient inspector highly desirable.
Good verbal and written communications skills are a must.
Good interpersonal relations skills are essential.
Professional, ethical, team player willing to grow with the company.
Ability to manage several tasks simultaneously and work in an environment of changing priorities.
Skilled in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Must be willing to travel.
Ability to stand, walk, or sit 1/3 to 2/3’s of the scheduled work shift.
Ability to stoop, kneel, walk upstairs, talk and hear.
Ability to reach with hands and arms, work with hands and fingers, and carry between 5 and 15 pounds periodically through the work shift.
Ability to compare, analyze, communicate, copy, coordinate, compute, evaluate and compile materials during the work shift.
Office environment – indoor with low to moderate levels of noise.
Observe construction progress outdoors by walking or driving to or on the site over rough or uneven terrain which may be dusty, muddy, wet and noisy.