Rope Access Coordinator
Posted: 12/7/2017 12:16:23 PM
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Mistras Group, Inc.
MISTRAS strives to provide a positive work environment that values excellence in safety and quality, free from discrimination and harassment. Every MISTRAS employee plays a part in our Companys success and making this a great place to work. We are committed to a work place where all employees are free to raise issues, concerns and questions for the improvement of our operations and work environment. Safety is the overriding priority in everything we do; all duties critical to safety, quality, and environmental protection are carried out in compliance with all requirements and with personal accountability.
Rope Access Training: Candidate will be responsible for implementing/organizing and executing the Rope Access Training program in accordance with Ropeworks Rope Access Training Guidelines and Procedures.
Rope Access Equipment Inspections and Certifications: Candidate will be responsible for conducting equipment inspections of inventoried equipment as well as equipment on project sites. Candidate will also be responsible for ensuring project equipment certifications are within date and executing action plans to ensure all projects stay complaint with Rope Access Equipment Procedures. Travel to project sites may be required.
Project Bidding / Job-Site Walkdowns: Candidate may be required to assist in project bidding by visiting the potential job-site to determine project requirements such as: manpower needs, duration, equipment needs, project execution plans to meeting client specific request.
Safety Audits: The candidate will be responsible for visiting rope access projects to conduct routine safety audits.
Project Management Assistance: Assist Project Managers with recruiting, personnel placement, equipment requisitions and logistics of projects as needed.
Rope Access Procedure Review and Development: Assist in the development of rope access procedures and guidelines to maintain a safe, efficient working environment.
SPRAT/IRATA Rope Access Level III preferred
BOSIET/HUET/Water Survival preferred
Other offshore SEMS certifications preferred
If candidate does not have offshore SEMS certifications they must be physically able to obtain
Ability to locate, understand and apply technical standards and specifications, industrial safety regulations, rope access standards of practice and Company (or customer) policies, procedures, and work instructions
Experience with Rope Access projects to include: painting and blasting, insulation, NDE inspections, confine space entry / rescue, specialized rigging projects and light/heavy mechanical work
ESSENTIAL PHYSICAL FUNCTIONS:
If assigned by the Company, must undergo and successfully pass medical clearance examination(s), physical agility test(s), and/or functional capacity test(s) administered by Company-approved clinicians.
Capable of carrying out strenuous, repetitive, or tedious work often in adverse conditions (heat, cold, wind, extreme height, darkness, etc.) and often for extended periods of time. *
Frequent carrying, pushing, and pulling motions while completing work tasks or managing tools/equipment is to be expected. Frequent lifting up to 30 lbs and occasional lifting up to 60 lbs without assistance. *
Work tasks can be particularly stressful to fingers, hands, wrists, elbows, shoulders, neck and spine.
Repetitive hand and finger manipulation tasks, most often while wearing protective gloves.
Repetitive use of hips, knees, ankles, and feet while operating rope systems, using industrial ladders, or moving around work sites.
Must possess adequate near and distance vision, hearing, and speaking ability.
This job description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.
Mistras Group, Inc. is an equal opportunity provider.
Rope Access Coordinator