Requisition # 2018-8709 Department PPPL Office of the Director Category Building Trades and Technicians Full-Time / Part-Time Full-Time Application Deadline
Using visual and physical examinations, performs inspections and surveillances of mechanical installations, in-process inspections, and receipt inspections to detect any defects, and to assure conformance with drawings, specifications, standards, and codes. Perform and witness acceptance testing and inspections of systems, structures, and components equipment at remote supplier facilities and at PPPL on-site locations. Individual will follow all applicable PPPL safety regulations and PPPL procedures.
A QC Mechanical Inspector II shall have the commensurate capabilities and be willing and able to perform the following duties at vendors and at PPPL:
Perform inspections of installations of structures, systems, and components from beginning through completion. Assure compliance with codes (e.g., ASME, AWS, IEEE, NFPA), specifications, drawings, procedures, and the PPPL ES&H program
Perform inspections, surveillances and walkthrough oversight of work activities, and safety conditions.
Use measuring equipment to perform detailed inspections of machined parts or assembled components
Inspect HVAC equipment, concrete forming and reinforcements, fire barrier penetrations and seals, etc.
Perform receiving inspections of parts supplied by subcontractors/vendors using associated documentation, standards, and instructions.
Generates and issues various reports, such as inspection reports, nonconformance reports, and activity reports.
Identifies general problem areas that may span many work activities and could potentially impact Lab quality or ES&H, provides management with potential solutions to correct the problems.
Minimum Educational and Experience Requirements
High school graduate or equivalent is required.
Ten (10) years of related experience in equivalent inspection activities associated with power plants, heavy industrial facilities, or similar facilities. At least two (2) years of this experience should be associated with accelerator facilities, nuclear facilities, or the aerospace, defense, or military industries.
Experience reading technical specifications, procedures, and drawings is required.
Computer literacy and use experience is required.
Ability to write clear, concise reports and communicate effectively is required.
Familiarity with ASME, AWS, IEEE, NFPA and other construction codes.
Qualified to perform high precision measurements and receipt inspections.
Willingness to travel to vendors/suppliers is required.
Occasional 2 nd shift work will be required.
Must be able to bend, climb ladders, and squat to inspect equipment. Occasionally may be required to lift up to 50 lbs. Must be able to work standing up for extended periods and walk significant distances across PPPL sites and at vendor/supplier locations
Associates or B.S. degree in engineering or technical field highly desirable.
Qualified in welding inspections is desirable.
Electrical inspection experience, capabilities, and qualification are highly desirable.
Previous qualification or certification as a Level II QC Mechanical Inspector is required. Certification per ANSI N45.2.6 is desirable.
Certification in EPRI- VT-1,-2,-3,-4, or certification in Nondestructive Testing to SNT-TC-1A Level II for Visual Testing (VT) and Penetrant Testing (PT) is desirable.
Ability to perform construction safety inspections is desirable.
Certification as ASQ Quality Inspector is desirable.
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Standard Weekly Hours
Eligible for Overtime
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