Description
The Quality Inspector will be a part of oversight and monitoring of the Project Quality Plan and related inspection activities performed by the Contractor to ensure that all project specifications and quality requirements are being met.

Responsibilities
• Ensure the contractor and their subcontractors implement the approved quality systems and procedures to meet Husky expectations and contract requirements.
• Perform inspection and verification of both in-process and completed structural work activities, witnessing testing performed by the contractor and their subcontractors, and review of documentation.
• Perform inspections and verify structural work is in compliance with project drawings, specifications, and applicable codes including regulatory requirements. Individual will be required to complete daily inspection reports / checklist and maintain records.

Additional duties will include performing surveillances, examples provided below:
• Material Control – traceability and storage
• Personnel Qualification
• Review of welding & NDE reports and witness testing
• Dimensional Control

Additional responsibilities include:
• Compliance with all policies and procedures as well as site Safety policies
• Interface with the project Certifying Authority (CA)
• Interface with construction team and contractors/subcontractors

Qualifications
• 15 years of experience in quality assurance/control with a minimum 5 years of experience in construction of offshore facilities
• High School Diploma
• Secondary Education in Welding and/or Structural discipline AWS-CWI certification)
• Current or previous certification in at least 1 NDE method (UT, MT, RT, PT)
• Multi discipline experience/abilities (such as piping inspection experience) will be given preference
• Proficient with use of MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
• Proficient with use of Adobe Acrobat Pro or Bluebeam Revu
• Must possess the ability to read, analyze, and understand contract documents, codes & standards, specifications and drawings. AWS D1.1 and API RP 2X apply
• Computer literate with ability to learn project software
• Able to work in a team environment and interact with engineers, technologists, and contractors

Duration
This contract will be set at 1 year with a possibility of extension. The standard working hours are 50 hours per week; 10 hour days Monday to Friday at the Ingleside yard.

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