Responsibilities
-Provides technical expertise to evaluate electrical works execution for compliance to contract, design data, schedule/cost budgets and quality
-Works with and through the EPC contractors and their respective construction managers to achieve the following:
-Provide a safe work place by ensuring implementation of the onsite requirements of the Construction Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Plan.
-Participates in site inductions, tool box meetings and other safety meetings.
-Ensure that the safe working practices are carried out in accordance with the approved safety plan and method statements
-Work with construction contractor's superintendents to improve safety, productivity and schedule and scope of work issues
-Responsible for initiating any changes required to correct deficiencies which are identified through the inspections and audits.
-Participate in reviews of construction schedules and milestones and monitor project progress against the established Master Project Schedule.
-Assists technical assurance inspection team for issues concerning adherence to specification, codes or standards
-Monitors daily progress and records observations of quantities installed
-Inspects the quality of the work on a daily basis
-Maintains close liaison with other discipline supervision to ensure effective coordination of work activities
-Signs to endorse electrical test results.
-Provides leadership to the construction management electrical inspection team and creates the project environment to deliver the desired results through teamwork, support and recognition.
-Prepares punch lists and expedites the rework correction.



Qualifications
-High commitment to safety, the environment and cultural issues
-Excellent communication, organization, analytical and problem solving skills
-Leads, manages and motivates Experienced to interpret engineering drawings and specifications
-Experience liaising with engineers, designers and vendors on technical issues
-Methodical approach to planning activities which are potentially hazardous
-Experience on: High, medium and low power systems
-Cable layout of electrical and process control cable systems including fiber optic cable above and below ground
-Electrical management systems, Electrical protection and measuring systems, Shut down equipment and systems, power distribution control system hot cut over requirements and techniques
-Advanced diagnostic techniques on electrical systems and components
-Coordinating teams of diverse disciplines as well as split electrical contract teams
-Works effectively in a team environment
-Experience in the chemical, oil & gas or petrochemical industry with 5+ years electrical and instrumentation experience
-Knowledgeable of the most recent National Electrical Code Qualification in Electrical / Automation discipline

Duration
3 Month Contract

Work Location
Fort Dodge, IA

Only applicants who are authorized to work in the US, without company sponsorship, on a full-time, permanent basis will be considered.
Applicants who are authorized to work in the US indefinitely without company sponsorship will be given first consideration.