S&B is a full-service Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Fabrication company that has been privately owned and operated for more than 50 years. S&B projects span multiple industries including Oil & Gas, Chemicals, Petrochemicals, Energy Transition, Power and Pulp & Paper. We have a strong reputation for completing projects safely, on time and under budget and our company culture is second to none. We offer a competitive compensation package, excellent benefits and flexible work schedules.
S&B is currently searching for an experienced Quality Control Inspector to join our team in Freeport, TX. The Quality Control Inspector is capable of independently performing inspection activities for welding, stationary and rotating equipment, civil activities, structural fabrication, piping installation and painting and coatings. The Inspector must be competent in conducting visual and dimensional inspection for piping, strutural steel and equipment installation. Inspector must be competent in reading and interpreting drawings, specifications, codes and standards. Inspector must be capable of performing and/or evaluating Non-destructive Examination Testing, Welding Procedures, Welder Qualifications, Quality Plans and project specific requirements. The Inspector must be capable of reporting on all activities. The Inspector must be capable of troubleshooting or problem solving on behalf of project management. The Inspector will be responsible for exercising independent judgment in assessing customer needs and project requirements. The Inspector must be able to work without direct supervision. The Inspector will have the authority to handle atypical or unusual situations. The Inspector may be involved in long and short term planning. The Inspector may be responsible for investigating and resolving matters of significance on behalf of project management.
A Level 3 Quality Control Inspector may provide technical guidance or co-ordinate various inspection activities to include but not limited to welding activities, NDE activities, concrete pours, equipment installation, equipment erections, equipment testing, hydrotesting, system turnovers, welder testing, training and generate certification records with the approval and authorization of the Field QC Manager. The Inspector may supervise Level 2 or Level 1 Inspectors. The inspector may also provide management for one or more of multiple activities/projects at one given location under the direction of the Field QC Supervisor/Manager.
Education and/or Training must consist of one of the following requirements:
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Level 3 Quality Control Inspectors are required to meet at least one of the following criteria:
Most instances will require experience in the industry, i.e., Petro-chemical, Refinery, Pulp and Paper, Co-generation, however extensive experience in other industries, utilizing the same or more stringent surveillance requirements will be accepted.
The Inspector must have working knowledge of welding equipment, inspection tools, testing equipment, welding consumables, carbon and alloy materials and related test data, weld procedures, NDE procedures, material hardness testing, mechanical testing, tensile and charpy impact testing, heat treatment process, positive material identification processes and procedures.
TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Ability to present information in written and verbal formats. Must be familiar with computer for use in generating grammatically correct reports.
Ability to work routine math concepts required to perform dimensional checks, and operate inspection tools. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical solutions.
Ability to climb, walk, reach and balance. Must be able to pass an annual vision test with or without corrective lenses as well as the Jaegar J-1. Inspectors must also submit to the Ishihara Color Vision Test.
Normal work environment for the Level 3 QC Inspector will be a construction site or in certain instances testing labs with moderate to very high noise levels. Outdoor weather conditions, working near mechanical equipment, high voltage lines and petro-chemical generated fumes and odors. Exposure to the elements while standing, walking, climbing and crawling in and around ladders, platforms, enclosed and confined areas, high elevations and operating units.
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