Posted: 1/2/2020 7:56:36 AM
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Salt River Project
$5335/mo to $7826/mo
Performs quality control and quality assurance review and inspections necessary to maintain high standards of quality throughout SRP. Provides material failure analysis and specialized non-destructive examination (NDE) requirements. Reviews specifications and designs for compliance to applicable codes.
•Audits and/or performs applicable regulatory code and engineering inspections on associated power plant equipment.
•Develops standards and procedures as related to quality control and NDE functions for use throughout SRP.
•Reviews specifications and designs for technical accuracy and completeness to applicable codes.
•Performs or directs failure analyst activities in the areas of elements, materials, and coatings.
•Performs surveillance of quality control methods and products supplied by vendors under contract to SRP.
•Determines needs and requests specialized NDE utilizing ET, MT, PT, RT, & UT.
•Provides inspection services on received material for determination of acceptability.
•Prepares sketches, graphs, work order and budget requests, investigations and technical reports.
•Advises engineering groups in the areas of welding, quality control and NDE.
•Attends technical society meetings in the field of interest.
•Attends project meetings as a consultant.
•Performs related work, as required and/or assigned; Attends training programs, seminars, conferences and meetings; Fills in and/or assists others.
Completion of an Associate's degree, Apprenticeship, or 60 college credit hours from an accredited institution that prepares the employee for the assignment.
Over 5 years of experience as an NDE technician and quality control inspector.
•Knowledge of construction methods, power plant equipment and operations.
•Ability to read engineering drawings
•Knowledge of project organization and general policies, purchasing, warehousing, and accounting procedures.
•Ability to tabulate data, maintain files and prepare reports.
•Knowledge of electricity, mechanics, hydraulics, thermodynamics, structural materials, metallurgy, welding processes, etc.
•Ability to take readings with engineering test and measurement instruments.
•Duties require mental alertness, concentration and occasional out of town travel to remote facilities for extended periods.
•Knowledge and ability to interpret standards and codes, i.e., ASME, AWS, ANSI, ASTM, ASNT, API, AISC, etc.
•Knowledge and ability to function in quality control related activities, i.e., welding inspection, vendor surveillance, material control ,etc.
•Must maintain certification to SNT-TC-1A, Level II in UT, PT, MT, & ET. Knowledge and experience in performing specification review.
•Appropriate respirator medical certification, fit testing and training required.