Candidate must meet ALL requirements to be considered for this assignment.
1. Four year engineering degree from an accredited college.
2. Minimum of five years- experience in welding and NDT of U.S. Navy ships. This shall include demonstrated experience in applying MIL-STD-1689, MIL-STD-271, MIL-STD-248 and NSTM Chapter 074 Volume 1 .
3. Minimum of five years- experience directing or supervising underwater welding projects, or performing underwater welding. This shall include demonstrated experience in applying AWS D3.6 requirements.
4. Current Level II MIL-STD-271 qualification in visual inspection and at least one other NDT method.
5. Minimum of five years- experience in quality assurance related work associated with welding and NDT requirements.
b. When under the direct supervision of an individual meeting the requirements of 1 above, monitoring personnel may meet the following minimum requirements.
1. A high school diploma.
2. A minimum of five years- experience directing or supervising underwater welding projects, or performing underwater welding. This shall include demonstrated experience in applying AWS D3.6 requirements.
3. A minimum of three years- experience in welding and NDT of U.S. Navy ships. This shall include demonstrated experience in applying MIL-STD-1689, MIL-STD-271, MIL-STD-248 and NSTM Chapter 074 Volume 1 .
4. Current MIL-STD-271 Level II qualification in visual inspection and at least one other NDT method.
5. Minimum of three years- experience in quality assurance related work associated with welding and NDT requirements.
074-188.8.131.52 Third Party Surveillance Requirements. Surveillance of procedure qualification work shall include welding and visual inspection of test plates and review of the destructive and nondestructive test reports.
074-184.108.40.206.1 Surveillance of production work shall encompass, but not be limited to, the following:
a. Verification that welding and NDT procedures are currently qualified for actual welding performed.
b. Verification of the requirements specified in 074-220.127.116.11.4, with specific emphasis on fit-up and intermediate and final weld inspections.
c. Verification of confirmation welding.
d. Verification of base metals and filler metals, performing activity certification, quality assurance plan application, adequacy of underwater video coverage, equipment adequacy for the intended application, conformance to the workmanship requirements of MIL-STD-1689, weld category (see 074-1.7), and performance of the welding required by 074-18.104.22.168.
e. Where deemed necessary by the government representative or the third party activity, surveillance will include independent diver (in-water) inspection of critical aspects of work including completed welds.
074-22.214.171.124 Third Party Reporting. The third party shall routinely update the Government-s appointed representative and promptly notify him in writing of any detected noncompliance.
074-126.96.36.199.1 For production and procedure qualification, the third party activity-s written report shall include a summary of surveillance conducted, findings, and dated certification by the on-site person and the company-s responsible official of compliance of work to the requirements of this volume. For commercially performed work, the report shall be provided to the responsible Navy contracting activity. For Navy performing activities, the report shall be provided to the activity-s most senior representative responsible for production, or as otherwise directed by the activity.
074-6.10 RANDOM OR PARTIAL INSPECTIONS
074-6.10.1 Where random or partial inspections are specified for the structural categories of radiographic or ultrasonic inspection in the fabrication document, each activity shall prepare an inspection plan according to the fabrication document. This plan may address overhaul and repair work performed in general terms rather than each class of ship. The plan shall be approved by the authorized NAVSEA representative.
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