The Water Transfer Inspector performs the quality control (QC) function over the contractor’s work as a part of the Company’s quality assurance program and is responsible for the completion of all activities in his area of assignment in accordance with the appropriate Company specifications and the approved for construction drawings. The areas of inspection will include, but are not limited to, the following:
The inspector works under the direction of the lead Inspector may be assigned additional responsibilities as required. The inspector acts as representatives of the Company and is expected to establish a professional business relationship with contractors, suppliers, vendors, other stakeholders, and Company personnel. The inspector is required to act in ethical manner and should be aware of Company policies regarding work ethics, including but not limited to gifts, entertainment, trips, etc. offered by contractors, vendors, suppliers, or other stakeholders. The inspector provides quality assurance through inspection of work and materials for conformance to requirements. The inspector is to respect role of the contractor as an independent contractor which allows for the contractor to select the means, methods, and manner to perform the work. The inspector does not direct or supervise the contractor’s work. The inspector is empowered with Stop Work Authority and is expected to shut down any unsafe work. The inspector is to complete required documentation (i.e. reports and log books) in a timely, concise, and accurate manner. The inspector receives frequent instruction and direction from his superior and the work of the inspector is checked on a frequent basis by the lead Inspector or delegate. The inspector is not to inspect work he is not qualified to inspect
Good understanding and working knowledge of water transfer operations and equipment.
Planning and organization activities including but not limited to:
Taking proactive approach to safety on the job site by using Stop Work Authority as necessary. Construction personnel (including inspectors) are empowered and expected to stop work on the basis of, but not limited to:
Activities, conditions, or situations that:
That could result in:
Understanding and following documentation requirements including but not limited to:
Communicating effectively, accurately, and in a timely manner
Monitoring, assessing, and reporting pump and pipe handling, hauling, and stringing processes
Monitoring, assessing, and reporting on cleanup operations for:
Understanding and using inspector tools for communication and documentation including but not limited to:
The minimum qualifications include two years of demonstrated water transfer inspection experience.
A degree is not required.
The physical requirements for this function include:
Joe Knows Energy LLC is a staffing and recruiting company that delivers added value to our clients by providing them experienced Inspectors and construction supervisors who possess communication and leadership skills that support the goals of the project team.
We supply PM, CM and inspectors, primarily for the oil and gas pipeline and heavy civil industries, who are committed to excellent performance standards and thrive in a safety-focused team environment.
Our goal is to provide more certainty in regard to the performance of the inspection team. We do this through a proprietary platform that provides information in regards to technical skills, past performance and assessment of potential.
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