Quality Control – Turnaround

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Our Offer for you

  • Site: Cold Lake, AB
  • Start Date: August 1, 2024
  • End Date: September 2024
  • Schedule: 6 on, 1 off, 12 hours. Days and night shifts available
  • Accommodations: Daily Living Out Allowance provided to qualified candidates
  • Compensation: Competitive wages, Overtime, DSPs accepted

 Why Work for Us

Stuart Olson is currently seeking Quality Control Inspectors for our client site in Cold Lake, AB  for a August 2024 start date for a turnaround anticipated to end mid September 2024. Working a schedule of 6 on, 1 off, 12 hours/day

Responsibilities

  • Ensure adherence to Stuart Olson’s Quality Management System.
  • Prepare the Inspection and Test Plans (ITP’s) ensuring all quality control activities are identified, hold/witness points set and approvals obtained from the Client and AI as required.
  • Review and release all technical documentation (drawings, specifications, etc.) for work execution.
  • Prepare spool drawings for fabrication.
  • Review and approve Material Requisitions.
  • Perform receiving inspections of code materials, prefabricated spools and pressure vessels.
  • Review and verify Material Test Reports (MTRs).
  • Control of nonconforming materials.
  • Verification of correct material release and traceability (identification) maintained throughout manufacture.
  • Notify Client and/or Authorized Inspector (AI) prior to start of work and for witness or hold points.
  • Verify welder qualification record suitability for scope of work.
  • Ensure control of welding consumables, included storage of low-hydrogen electrodes.
  • Verify welding is being performed within the parameters of the accepted Welding Procedure Specification(s).
  • Perform visual inspection of joint preparation, fit-up, in-process welding and completed weld for compliance with the WPS, client specifications and Code of Construction.
  • Prepare Nondestructive Examination (NDE) requests and review NDE Reports.
  • Prepare Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT) instructions and review final PWHT documentation to verify cycles meet or exceed the requirements of the applicable WPS(s).
  • Prepare pressure testing packages, obtain client written approvals and witness pressure tests.
  • Ensure that monitoring and measuring equipment (e.g. pressure test gauges, welding equipment, etc.) have been calibrated within the previous 12 months.
  • Interface with the AI for vessel repair, alterations and ASME B31.1 BEP.
  • Perform quality surveillances.
  • Assist with the identification, control and resolution of nonconforming product and services.
  • Participate in audits of the Quality Management System.
  • Ensure compliance with client specifications and the applicable codes and standards.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma
  • CWB Level 1 or 2 certification
  • 3-5 years’ experience in the maintenance or construction industry
  • Journeyman trade designation an asset
  • E.T. in Welding Engineering Technology (WET) or Materials Engineering Technology (MET) an asset
  • ASI 510, 570, 653 an asset
  • CWB certified Welding Supervisor an asset
  • NACE Coating Inspector certification an asset
  • CSTS
  • H2S Alive
  • Confined Space
  • Fall Arrest
  • Sound knowledge of applicable Safety Code Acts, Regulations, Codes of Construction, standards, and specifications
  • Experience working with regulatory authorities (TSBC, ABSA, TSASK, ITSM)
  • Experience in industrial construction, maintenance and/or shutdowns
  • Experienced in the use of the Bluebeam Revu and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Ability to forge, grow and maintain positive relationships with multiple groups
  • Strong written and oral communication skills

Working Conditions

  • Working at heights
  • Working in a confined space
  • Working in and around noise and dust
  • Working both indoors and outdoors in hot and cold weather conditions
  • Must be clean shaven
  • Personal safety equipment will be required, e.g. steel-toed safety boots,

 Physical Requirements

  • Physical ability to lift up to 50lbs; occasionally lift items weighing more than 50 lbs. with assistance
  • Stand or walk for long periods of time
  • Use arms and hands to reach for, handle or manipulate objects
  • Climb up and down ladders, scaffolds and other objects

Who We Are

Stuart Olson has been positively impacting the businesses we serve, the communities in which we operate, and the lives we touch since 1911. Our rich history demonstrates our reach and diversity as an integrated, full service organization serving the commercial and industrial markets.

Specializing in Turnaround and Maintenance services in the Industrial sector, Stuart Olson has proudly served the Canadian construction industry for over 100 years. We deliver confidence through a client-centered approach that ensures the highest quality of service, reducing risk, and delivering results.

While we welcome all applications, only candidates being considered for an interview will be contacted directly.

Unsolicited resumes and phone inquiries from 3rd party agencies will not be accepted.

 

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