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Welding Inspector

Summary

The Welding Inspector performs visual inspections and tests on welded steel pieces to be used in the production process. The Welding Inspector must be able to notice possible welding defects, use test and measuring instruments and monitor any weld repairs.   

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Visual external and internal inspection of pressure vessels, structural skids and sub-bases, utility and process piping as required by ASME Section VIII, Division 1-Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code , AWS D1.1, API 1104, DOT 192, ASME B31.3 and ASME B31.8. 
  • Ensuring that fabrication is carried out in accordance with the appropriate requirements including cutting, tack welding, fit-up inspection and acceptance for welding and that general good practice are adopted and adhered to.
  • Oversee the repair work. Issue detailed inspection reports on repair and activities.
  • Inspection on construction of Pressure Vessels as per the Code & procedures.
  • Visual Inspection on before, during & after welding as required.
  • Ensuring the welds are performed by qualified welders in accordance with approved procedures.
  • Weld procedures, production testing and general parameter monitoring.
  • Performing daily inspections, completing checklists daily.
  • Conducting visual inspection on welds and parent material.
  • Inspection of materials and welding consumables as per specification.
  • Verifying N.D.T & Interpretation of Radiographic Films for Pressure Vessel and pipe welding.
  • Conducting MT and PT testing per project/procedure requirements.
  • Maintaining of latest projects specification, Inspection and Test Plans, procedures and drawings.
  • Welder tests carried out for Welder Performance Qualification (WPQ) in accordance with ASME Section IX, AWS D1.1 and API 1104.
  • Witnessing of pressure tests.
  • Fit up checking, material verification & dimensional analysis.
  • Alignment & level checking.
  • Experience in material receiving inspection and review of material test certificates and related documents.
  • Overall monitoring implementation and outputs of quality control on the project.

Qualifications

  • At least two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Industry certifications are preferred such as CWI and/or CRI
  • The ability to read and interpret engineering specifications, operating and maintenance instructions and blueprints. 
  • The ability to work as a team and communicate with other individuals professionally. 
  • Maintains a valid unrestricted drivers license and a clean driving/legal history
  • Experience with Microsoft word and excel are preferred

Dearing benefits program includes:

  • Medical and Dental insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Short Term Disability
  • Life Insurance 
  • 9 paid holidays 
  • Vacation 
  • 401K retirement plan 
  • Competitive Salary 
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