Other Skills: Facility, Utility, Liquid Engineering, Petroleum, Tank Construction, Right of Way Defense
Experience: 7 + Years
Education: Associates/2 yr Degree/Diploma
Location: New Mexico, US
In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.
Authorized to work in: US
FACILITY INSPECTOR II - Pacific Region - New Mexico
The Facility Inspector duties and responsibilities require that they be both knowledgeable and experienced in all phases of facility construction and inspection requirements including:
- Ensure Engineering plans and specifications are followed.
- Ensure company standards and procedures are followed
- Interpret drawings and relay information to Contractor as needed.
- Track material shipments and deliveries. Verify condition of material and equipment before accepting and note any discrepancies.
- Act as liaison between Field Operations and Engineering. Report information timely to the Project Manager
- Managing the large amount of paperwork and documentation that accompanies the project.
- Coordinate necessary quality control test and report results to Project Manager.
- Advise and make recommendations to Project Manager of Contractor's workmanship, material substitutions and conformance with engineering plans and specifications.
- Confirm that welders have correct welding procedure and are qualified to perform pipe welding.
- Monitor Welder testing to ensure welder compliance with specifications. Includes interacting with non-destructive testing technicians as they verify the soundness of welding including maintaining technician certifications and weld testing documentation.
- Tracking weld maps and as-built drawings.
- Overseeing activities required to join a new section of pipe into an existing system.
- Includes verification of liquid and vapor free line, implementing methods to isolate hot work areas from vapors, cutting of pipe, tie-in section lineup, and tie-in welding and weld testing.
- Coordinate scheduling of vacuum trucks and equipment for piping and equipment drain up.
- Complete daily inspection reports.
- Steward, document and actively participate in daily tailgate, weekly Contractor safety meetings and random safety assessments.
- Inspector must have a minimum of 10 years relevant construction experience of which 5 must be inspecting projects. 3 years of experience may be substituted with a 4 year degree in engineering or construction management.
- Must be able to coordinate support activities with limited oversite from the Project Manager.
- Must have experience performing inspections on projects in multiple areas of the terminal (Truck rack, VRU, Tanks, Manifolds)
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
- Must be able to read, understand and interpret drawings and specifications.
- Familiar with and have a working knowledge of related Codes, Standards, and Regulations that may be specific to their assignment; such as: ASME 831.3, ASME 831.4, API 5L, 60, 1104, 1107, Environmental, OSHA, NEC and NFPA.
- Complete annual inspector training and passed the written exam.
- Must be in good physical shape.
- Knowledge of O&M
- Portable Gas Detectors
- Contractor Safety
- Safety Permit
- Safety Meetings
- Excavation, Trenching and Shoring
- Ladders and Scaffolding
- Fall Protection
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Confined Space Entry
- Vehicle and Equipment Safety
- Petroleum Substance Handling
- Lockout Tagout
- Pre-Startup Safety Reviews (PSSR)
- Incident Reporting and Investigation
- Heat Stress Safety & Control
- Safety Orientation - Employees and Visitors
- Construction Near Company Facilities
- Hot Tapping and Stoppling Pressurized Pipeline
- Abandoning, Inactivating and Reactivating Liquid Piping
- Pigging Operations
- Exposed Field Inspection
- Conversion to Service
- Welder Qualification and Testing
- Welding Procedures
- Welding and Fabrication
- Specifications- Flanges, Flange Bolts and Gaskets
- Strength and Leak Testing