Employment Type: Full-Time
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Under the general direction of the Mechanical Integrity Manager, the Inspector II assures mechanical integrity of existing piping, tanks, pressure vessels, topsides (as applicable), cranes, lifting equipment, and structural weldments by performing (or supervising and reviewing) visual and/or non-destructive examinations and testing.
The Inspector II position encompasses a range of experience levels from entry level to fulfilling the Inspection and NDE duties of more complex piping and tank inspections. It is expected that as time increases in this position, additional responsibilities and accountabilities will be expected. This work scope requires an increasingly greater knowledge of the codes and associated repairs, along with ensuring code compliance, notification, and correction of violations. As experience is gained, the Inspector II must achieve the goal of working independently and effectively with engineers, contractors, operators, and suppliers to achieve job completion. The ability to gain certifications is based on years of experience and documented hours for each certification and NDE discipline, as dictated by the certifying code agencies.
Essential Job Responsibilities: Capable of managing at least one or more of the following: Regulatory Piping, Tank, and/or Topside inspection programs. Create and maintain yearly inspection lists using P&ID’s and Inspections database. Provide yearly inspection schedules to the Mechanical Integrity Manager and packages to the contract inspectors. Review inspection results and determine re-inspection dates and repair criteria. Issue, track, and close out completed deficiencies resulting from inspections. Conducts inspections and oversees repairs on crane and lifting equipment, as required. Perform and interpret Visual and NDE inspections as required on new facility projects, existing equipment modifications or repairs, and Drilling associated fabrication. Review welding procedures and welder qualifications as well as contract NDE procedures and personnel certifications for acceptance. Review, manage, and complete the required documentation for inspection, fabrication, and repair of existing equipment. Provide completed fabrication packages to the Mechanical Integrity Manager for review and sign off upon completion. Performs Quality Assurance shop and contractor inspections, as needed. Performs P&ID reviews for new fabrication and repairs, verifying proper materials and NDE Requirements listed on the drawings. Update Inspection Database(s) as required. Manage contract NDE inspectors as required; this includes generating repair requirements and NDE requests as well as reviewing completed inspection reports and RT Film. Interfaces with Mechanical Integrity Manager to ensure that the requirements regarding the mechanical integrity of tank and piping systems are adhered to on new construction tie-in projects and on repairs to existing installations. Supplies the Mechanical Integrity Manager with documentation of any testing and examination performed on applicable projects. Provide feedback to Mechanical Integrity Manager for new projects and close out meetings. Supports company vision and mission. Adheres to the company’s values – integrity, ownership, urgency, alignment and innovation.
Other Job Responsibilities: Ability to be available 24 hours per day (on call for questions, emergencies, etc.). Maintains employee confidence and protects company assets, including intellectual property, by keeping information confidential. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed. Performs, as necessary, any of the principal job duties assigned to the Mechanical Integrity Department personnel and NDE Contractors. Other duties as assigned by management.
Qualifications: Minimum of five (5) years industrial inspection experience required. Ability to navigate applicable codes, standards, and regulatory requirements. Familiar with applicable State and Federal Regulations: OSHA PSM; ADEC; ADOL; ASME; AWS D1.1; API 570, 650, 653, 12R1, 14E, 14C & RP 2A-WSD; API 1104; STI 003 & 031; UL-142; ANSI B31.3; B31.4; B31.8; CFR 192 & 195; 30 CFR Part 250, Subpart I Proficient in Excel and Word operating systems. Capability in Access or Inspection-related Database tools preferred. Has the ability to read and interpret complex blueprints and specifications. Has the ability to convey complex ideas and information effectively, both orally and in writing, and to prepare and present clear and concise reports. Demonstrates honest and ethical behaviors. Effectively deals with customers and coworkers in a tactful, calm, courteous, and professional manner, often in stressful situations. Acts as a team player that helps the organization meet its objectives. Maintains a positive, professional, and solutions-oriented approach with engineering, contractors, and other staff. Adheres to established work schedule, attendance standards and is punctual to work and meetings. Must have the physical ability to perform essential job functions, including climbing stairs, columns, entering tight and confined spaces, and offshore travel. Ability to consider safety in all decisions. Ability to complete multiple, diverse tasks of differing priorities.
Education Requirements: High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
Certifications, Licenses, Registrations: At least one of the following certifications:API Certified 570 Inspector – ActiveAPI Certified 653 Inspector – Active Has the ability to meet ASNT Level II for: UT (limited), MT, PT, RT Film Interpretation within 9 months Preferred: National Board IS Commission – Active Preferred: AWS Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) – Active Preferred: NACE CIP I & II – Active
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