Skills: QA / QC / Inspection, Welding
Experience: 3 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Pulaski, Tennessee, United States
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Location: Pulaski, TN (must be local or able to commute to and from work site at own expense)
The Certified Welding Inspector is responsible for oversight of the fabrication facility's quality assurance on behalf of Bureau Veritas's client, in addition to on-site inspections during the construction phase. The clients for these assignments are typically state Departments of Transportation or construction contractors. The inspector must have significant knowledge of the American welding Society (AWS) codes and demonstrable experience in a similar position. The skills required for this position include:
• Communicating with the Project Manager to determine the specific requirements of a given work order, including the scope of work, deliverables, schedule, and budget for a particular assignment;
• Communication with the Project Manager, fabrication shops, contractors, and other third parties to resolve schedule issues;
• Ensure that the services provided are performed in accordance with the project requirements and contract with the client;
• Generate and process timesheets, billing reports, and inspection reports in an expeditious and thorough manner, complying with all applicable deadlines. All reports must be submitted typewritten using Microsoft Word/Adobe Acrobat and must be electronically transmitted to the Project Manager;
• Communicate information from the fabrication facility regarding upcoming assignments and potential work that Bureau Veritas could perform; and
• Maintain a positive relationship between Bureau Veritas, the fabrication facility, and the client
• Ability to work remotely from the established Bureau Veritas offices;
• Client oriented approach with emphasis on understanding and fulfilling the needs of the client;
• Detail oriented with a dedication to the quality control and quality assurance process; ability to understand and read complex design and fabrication plans and specifications;
• Excellent communication and documentation skills, with ability to communicate technical issues to the Project Manager, clients, and the fabrication facility. Expertise in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel) required; knowledge of Adobe Acrobat and Lotus Notes preferred. Proficient use of modern communication and computer equipment including cell phones, laptop computers and digital cameras;
• Ability to multi-task and properly execute multiple simultaneous assignments without sacrificing efficiency or quality of the work;
• Team player willing to work with clients, field staff, other Bureau Veritas offices, and the world wide Bureau Veritas organization
- Must have HS Diploma or equivalent
- Must have at least 3 years of QA/QC industry inspection experience
- MUST have current AWS CWI Certification
- MUST have a background in handling Structural Steel / Bridge Fabrication inspections
- MUST have extensive working knowledge and experience with D1.1....D1.5 (a plus)
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