Quality Assurance Inspector

Summary  


Reporting to the Chief Inspector, the QA Inspector will be responsible for performing or assisting in a variety of quality control and inspection work, related to a specific discipline, ensuring all standards, specifications, codes and regulations are met.  This role is responsible for the execution of quality programs for Project Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Operations for the development of the MacKay River Commercial Project, an         in situ Oilsands project. This position will be based in Calgary.

 

Responsibilities


1. Monitor and execute quality assurance and quality control through the project life cycle: engineering, procurement, construction, operations and maintenance.


a. Ensure contractor’s qualifications and quality documentation submissions as suitable for construction, repairs and inspections. 
b. Participate in internal and external quality control audits
c. Assist in reviewing purchasing documents thus ensuring compliance with quality control requirements.
d. Provide feedback to the Chief Inspector on issues that may arise, or trends that that may affect the quality assurance of the product.
e. Ensure documentation is clear, precise and accurate.

2. Assist in the development and understanding of the company quality control program, standards, procedures and codes.


a. Assist in the development of corrosion monitoring and mitigation plans.
b. Assist in the development and maintain the company’s QA/QC specifications, standards, procedures and work processes.
c. Assist in the development of the Pressure Equipment Integrity Management Program and Piping Integrity Management Program.
d.  Assist in the training and compliance to Integrity Management Programs.

 

 

Qualifications


• A Technical Institute Certificate in a related discipline, a Journeyman Trade Certificate or equivalent experience.
•  Minimum of 5 years QA/QC experience with in-service inspections of pressure equipment, boilers, fired heaters, tanks, PSVs, pressure piping and pipeline.
•  API -510 and ABSA In-Service Pressure Vessel Inspection certification are a requirement
• CSA W178.2, API -570, API-653 and CGSB certifications are an asset.
• Conversant and knowledgeable on  Codes and Standards as well as Alberta Boiler Safety Association (ABSA) requirements

• Ability to work in fast paced, flexible environment. A self-starter with attention to detail.
• Willingness to travel to and work at site for extended durations as needed.
• Strong English written and verbal communication.
• Demonstrated interpersonal skills, ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team.

Interested parties should fill out Brion’s job application form. Please attach your resume along with a covering letter (in the same document) highlighting your directly related previous experience and accomplishments.

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