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F135 Depot Quality Inspector (International Assignment Turkey)
The sky has no limits.
Flight is an instrument of human progress. It not only gets people where they want to go, it carries humanity to places it never thought possible.
At Pratt & Whitney, you will be part of an evolving, globally diverse company that's moving fast to craft the future of aviation. Customers all over the world depend on our technology and the people behind it. As part of our team you'll help answer today's challenges in powered flight while crafting and supporting tomorrow's solutions.
Pratt & Whitney, a recognized leading producer of the world's most powerful jet engines, is looking for dedicated individuals to support our organization. If you aspire to work in a dynamic environment and possess the motivation to convert new ideas into practice, this may be the opportunity you've been looking for.
Do you feel fulfilled when you help others succeed? Are you fascinated by the way the people learn and grow? Have you considered what it may be like to work at Pratt & Whitney? If so, we want to hear from you. We have a rare opportunity for an F135 International Depot Inspector/Trainer. The Inspector Trainer will be responsible for performing a wide variety of inspection duties, to include monitoring and accepting, on Pratt & Whitney's behalf, the Vendor/Suppliers repair of engine/module subassemblies and components.
Verify that repair work performed is done in conformance with technical manuals, operation sheets, and engineering requirements and does not endanger the safety of engine hardware
Provide evaluation and assistance with the training and certification of Vendor/Supplier's personnel with regard to depot maintenance and inspection functions
Review and interpret technical manual data and service repair operation sheets to verify proper and complete adherence to the defined process for the repair of subassemblies and components.
Confirm that forms, tags, and vendor certifications conformance with established process.
Take measurements, as required, during the inspection process.
Perform visual inspection of tooling, gages and measuring instruments to ensure they are in good working condition and that any required calibration or inspection requirements are met, to verify compliance with quality procedures.
Perform visual and dimensional inspections of parts to determine serviceability or reparability in accordance with approved technical data.
Train, mentor and coach Vendor/Supplier personnel in the functions of Depot Maintenance and Inspection to the point of certification as defined by P&W Aftermarket operating procedures
Provide quality support to production Vendor/Suppliers, including resolution of hardware and process problems.
Perform any other duties assigned by Quality Supervision
Travel may be up to 10%
Training will be done in OK City for 4-6 months and position will then transfer to Turkey
API 510/570/653 Inspector
REQUISITION ID: 1116req659
JOB TITLE: API 510/570/653 Inspector
JOB CITY: North Salt Lake
JOB STATE: Utah
About TEAM Industrial Services:
Team Industrial Services, Inc. is the worldwide leader in minimizing equipment and asset downtime, providing specialized industrial on-line maintenance, inspection and repair. We provide critical services to our customers that enable them to maintain and operate their facilities and equipment in a safe and productive manner with over 220 locations throughout the world.
At Team, we invest in our employees with the top training and development resources, meeting the needs of the company and the employee. In a constantly evolving industry, Team remains a leader in innovation and service leadership.
The NDT Advanced Services API Inspector is responsible for performing inspections in accordance with API standards designated equipment for purposes of recommending and approving repairs or certifying compliance.
Essential Job Functions
Maintains a safe, secure and healthy environment by adhering to Company/Customer safety standards and practices and to legal regulations, alerting others regarding potential hazards or concern
Performs all duties as assigned and adheres to TEAM's Core Values and Seven Critical Choices.
Performs internal and external inspections on equipment at scheduled intervals to maintain the mechanical integrity of fixed equipment.
Recommends and approves repairs as well as performs visual inspection of completed repair work.
Assists in scheduling activities related to inspection.
Writes detailed inspection and turnaround reports, and maintains documentation of inspection activities.
Identifies circumstances that necessitate the use of proper safety procedures and equipment.
Communicate and deal with customers and other parties in such a manner as to benefit the professional reputation of the company. This communication is in person at the plant / job site.
Complete all required training, including tests, within Company guidelines.
Perform necessary filing of customer and company job related forms and paperwork.
High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
Technical school or other related training preferred.
Previous industry related experience preferred.
Must possess valid API certification.
Must possess valid Driver's License.
Travel requirement: 0% - 50%.
Candidate should be detail orientated and be capable of recommending and approving repairs as well as performing visual inspection of completed work.
Must possess certification as an API 510 Inspector.
Must have a minimum of one (1) year's experience conducting API 510 Inspections.
Must possess certification as an API 570 Inspector.
Must have a minimum of one (1) year's experience conducting API 570 Inspections.
DuPont is seeking an experienced or entry level Equipment Inspector to perform API (American Petroleum Institute) Authorized Inspector duties and NDE testing methods at the Spruance Site in Richmond, VA. Below is a list of certifications and requirements for the Equipment Inspector to ensure safe and reliable operation of the plant and compliance with jurisdictional and regulatory requirements.
It is expected that you will successfully obtain the following certifications within the timeframe allotted:
API 570 within the first year
NBIC, API 510 & API 653 by your third year
API 580 by your 5th year
In addition to the above certifications, you will be required to obtain the following ASNT (American Society of Non-Destructive Testing) certifications per SNT-TC-1A Level II:
- Level II in VT (Visual Testing) or AWS-CWI, MT (Magnetic Testing), PT (Penetrant Testing), UTT (Ultrasonic Thickness Testing), ET (Surface Eddy Current Testing)
You will be required to maintain all certifications necessary to perform job functions at the level expected by the site and specified in this job description. You will also act as a site resource for all ASME, API, National Board and other code interpretations pertaining to storage tanks, pressure vessels and process piping systems.
Become proficient in the Meridium™ inspection modules (Inspection Manager, Thickness Monitoring and Risk Based Inspection)
Perform scheduled inspections as identified in Meridium™ Inspection Manager
Assess equipment condition per company and industry standards
As an NBIC Owner/User Commissioned Inspector, make suggested actions and recommendations pertaining to the repair and/or alteration of registered pressure vessels following the National Board code and the Rules and Regulations of the State of Virginia.
Function as an API Authorized Inspector, which includes creating/revising/authorizing equipment inspection briefs and authorizing repairs to piping, storage tanks and non-registered pressure vessels.
Issue inspection reports that identify recommendations and suggestive actions and follow up to ensure proper and timely completion.
Assist areas in performing Fitness for Service where appropriate
Maintain electronic and hardcopy files of equipment data and history
Update the appropriate RBI to re-verify inspection tasks and frequencies
Coordinate with the area to get inspection reports signed and to deliver inspection labels
Contract Inspection Services
Act as contract administrator for onsite contract inspection resources
Responsible for setting expectations and assist in coordinating onsite contract inspection resources.
Act as first contact between the areas and 3rd party inspection personnel (typically for heat exchanger tube testing)
Maintain our Owner User Inspection Certificate
Maintain annual Owner User Certificate of Accreditation
Participate in State/National Board review every three years
Submit annual report to the State of Virginia related to the previous twelve-month pressure vessel inspection activity.
Ensure our Owner User QA Manual is up to date
Act as the Site Welding Champion and support the Site Weld Inspector as needed
Review and update the Site Weld Procedure as required
Maintain safety equipment (i.e. harnesses, lanyards, protective equipment, etc.)
Maintain annual respirator fit testing and respirator breathing equipment
Maintain PSM required area specific safety training to work in areas unescorted.
Ensure all TLMs are completed on time
Provide QA/QC support for repairs, alterations and new fabrications as required.
Participate in PSM and Regulatory audits
Assist areas with performing either fabrication vendor audits or to performing inspection work on repaired equipment
Evaluate new technology and develop programs for specific application to plant testing/inspection.
Order supplies as needed, both for the office and NDE inspections
Maintain certification/standardization/calibration of all NDE testing equipment.
Maintain active role in the State wide Virginia Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspector's Association.
Assist in failure analysis investigations
Be available 24/7 for requests from customers to attend to their needs to assist in continued operations.
Attend to any calls from customers for "Non-Routine" inspection requests.
MINIMUM SKILLS REQUIRED
High school diploma or equivalent
Must have at least one of the following API certifications: API 510, API 570 or API 653
Must have UT Level II and PT Level II certification
Minimum 5 years of industry experience
Proficient skill in utilizing Microsoft™ Office applications such as Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Must be self-motivated
Must have the ability to work well in a team environment
Must have leadership skills
Must be able to lift/carry 55 pounds
Must be comfortable with heights and climbing ship's ladders
Must be comfortable entering confined spaces
Must be able to pass the Jaeger Visual Acuity test
Must be able to wear a respirator
Must have a valid driver's license
Any or all of the certifications listed above. Preference will be given to someone with API 570 certification.
Knowledge of the following codes and standards is preferred: ASME Section VIII Div. 1, ASME Section V, ASME Section IX, ANSI B.16.5, ANSI B.31.3, ANSI B.31.1, NBIC (National Board Inspection Code), API 579 (Fitness for Service) and API 580/581 (Risk Based Inspection)
Good working knowledge of pressure relieving devices and applicable codes.
Proficient in Microstation® and the Meridium® inspection modules (Inspection Manager, Thickness Monitoring and Risk Based Inspection)
DowDuPont (NYSE: DWDP) is a holding company comprised of The Dow Chemical Company and DuPont with the intent to form strong, independent, publicly traded companies in agriculture, materials science and specialty products sectors that will lead their respective industries through productive, science-based innovation to meet the needs of customers and help solve global challenges. For more information, please visit us at www.dow-dupont.com.
The positions represented by this job posting are aligned to one of the three divisions, Agriculture, Materials Science or Specialty Products, which are expected to separate from DowDuPont into stand-alone public companies. Information on the division alignment will be provided during the recruitment process.
Inspector II (Public Projects)
The salary listed on this job posting is the starting salary range; amount offered will depend upon qualifications.
For information related to Essential Functions, Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required to Perform Work, and Working Conditions & Hazards of this position, click here. Locate and click on the position title to view the job classification specification.
For evaluation purposes, acceptable qualifying experience for all positions must have been in a paid capacity unless noted otherwise in the minimum qualifications for the posted position.
Additionally, 30+ hours per week will be counted as full-time employment and will receive full credit for the amount of time employed. A minimum of 15 through 29 work hours per week will be counted as part-time employment and will receive half credit for the amount of time employed.
Vacancies currently available in the following department(s): Dallas Water Utilities, Public Works and Mobility and Street Services
- High school diploma or GED.
- Three (3) years experience in public utility or public works construction which include assuring compliance with construction codes/plans, safety regulations and/or federal, state and local codes/regulations.
- Associates degree or higher in a construction management or engineering field plus one (1) year of the required experience will meet the education and experience requirements.
LICENSE(S) and/or CERTIFICATION(S):
- Valid driver's license with a good driving record.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITY(IES):
- Effective oral and written communication skills.
- MS Office or similar software skills.
- Capital Improvement Construction: Responsible for the inspection of capital improvement construction projects and/or improvements and repair in public right-of-way (e.g., utility repair/upgrade, street/alley reconstruction, and erosion-control projects) to ensure compliance with city codes, ordinances, standards and specifications. Requires the ability to read and interpret engineering plans and construction specifications to provide direction to staff and communicate with outside entities. May require various work shifts (including nights, weekends and holidays), the ability to crawl, climb and/or stoop on construction sites and extensive walking. Subject to traffic hazards and varying weather conditions.
Dallas Water Utilities
- Water Distribution: Duties included pipeline disinfection (handling of chlorine), hydraulic testing, and construction planning/review. Requires the ability to read and interpret water maps, blue prints, and other construction related documents. Must have or be able to obtain Class D Water License from Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) within probationary period.
Dallas Water Utilities
- Wastewater Project Management (DWU): Responsible for the inspection of complex wastewater treatment plant construction projects (civil, mechanical, structural, electrical, instrumentation and paving) to ensure compliance with all contract documents. Requires the ability to interpret design plans/specifications and coordinate construction activities with plant operations/staff. Experience inspecting electronic instrumentation and 480v/4160v/13.8kv electrical installations is a plus.
Dallas Water Utilities
- Water Project Management (DWU): Responsible for the inspection of complex water treatment plant construction projects (civil, mechanical, structural, electrical, instrumentation and paving) to ensure compliance with all contract documents. Requires the ability to interpret design plans/specifications and coordinate construction activities with plant operations/staff. An American Concrete Institute (ACI) Certification a plus.
Trinity Watershed Management: Responsible for the inspection of floodway, storm sewer flow areas, and pump station construction (including civil, mechanical, structural, electrical, instrumentation and paving) to protect public and private property from flooding and to resolve drainage complaints to comply with the floodplain ordinance. Conducts environmental inspections and investigations to protect the surface water run-off and storm water systems from unauthorized and/or hazardous contaminants. Inspects contractor's work to ensure compliance with contracts related to the Flood Control system. May require various work shifts (including nights, weekends and holidays), the ability to crawl and/or climb on construction sites and extensive walking. An American Concrete Institute (ACI) Certification a plus.
Codes Compliance Inspector
Improves quality of neighborhood life and property values by conducting routine inspections and investigating complaints from an assigned district to ensure code compliance with municipal ordinances for zoning, weed and debris control, street numbers, abandoned and inoperative vehicles, signs, and International Code Council (ICC) property/maintenance codes.
Examples of Duties
Receives and investigates potential code violations pertaining to zoning, weed and debris, street numbers, signs, noise, inoperable vehicles, and ICC property/maintenance codes. Prepares written notices of code violations stipulating time allowed to correct violations when appropriate. May coordinate with other City departments or agencies to correct violations when the individual owner is unable to do so.
Performs inspections of assigned work area to enforce appropriate use associated with residential, commercial, and manufacturing zones. Inspects for proper land use, floor area, parking, and loading space requirements. Ensures the proper placement of accessory buildings on lots.
Ensures that the International Property Maintenance Code and the City codes requirements are met. Inspections include plumbing such as proper installation of blow down lines, cut-off valves, proper venting; electrical such as minimum standard amperage, faulty wiring, number of outlets; and mechanical such as heating systems, pressure relief valves on hot water heaters, and automatic cut-off valves.
Performs follow-up inspections of all dwellings/structures that are undergoing repair to ensure minimum property maintenance standards. Makes final inspection of each dwelling and requests second opinion from specialized inspectors when discrepancies are found.
Conducts inspections for structural soundness and determines whether they can be rehabilitated or whether demolition is required. Itemizes all buildings for demolition by contractors and checks for disconnection of utilities.
Performs deed search for ownership and legal description of condemned property to be razed. Prepares close out report on completed demolitions.
Inspects assigned work area for excessive accumulation of debris or trash that may be hazardous or harmful to the public. Ensures that mobile refuse containers have been removed as required by ordinances. Inspects each main building to ensure posting of proper street number.
Recognizes and rewards citizens, who consistently do a good job of maintaining their property, by giving them certificates/citations.
Issues summons for violators and prepares for court cases including testifying in court. Prepares and maintains administrative records, reports and files. Explains city ordinances to citizens, property owners, tenants and others.
Performs related duties as required.
Graduation from high school or successful completion of the GED, supplemented by some technical, vocational, or trade school courses in building construction technology or architecture; Bachelor's Degree in Public Administration, Urban Studies, or related field preferred. A minimum of one (1) year of experience as an inspector in the area of zoning, housing, or other related area; some knowledge of legal procedure as related to ordinance enforcement.
General knowledge of building code regulations pertaining to minimum housing inspections. Ability to read plans and specifications, interpret architectural and engineering drawings and blueprints, and recognize deviations from such plans in the work in process. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to foster harmonious working relationships with diverse populations. Successful applicant shall be required to be certified as a property maintenance inspector within eighteen (18) months of employment in accordance with the certification program of the Department of Housing and Community Development (VDHCD). Must possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license and must have a satisfactory driver's record based on the City of Hampton's criteria. Any person offered employment in this position shall be required to successfully pass testing for controlled substances. Any person under consideration for this position must successfully compete a Virginia Criminal History Background Check.
A combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of the more specific qualifications above.
Performs duties under the general supervision of the Property Maintenance & Zoning Administration Division Manager or designee who provides guidance, advice and assistance as required. Requires considerable field work with the use of a city owned vehicle.
Requires ability to work independently, making judgments and decisions in the enforcement of laws, ordinances and codes. Extensive daily contact with the public; requires patience and skill in dealing with citizens on points of law and regulations that are not readily understood. Serves as an advocate for their assigned district and takes a proactive approach to positively impact the quality of the neighborhood.
Requires crawling under houses, ascending multi-story building in a semi-finished state, etc., to accomplish inspections. This is a non-exempt position.
Reliablity Equipment Inspector
Reliablity Equipment Inspector
Join a team recognized for leadership, innovation and diversity
The Reliability Unit Inspector is responsible for performing and supervising mechanical integrity inspections for one or more operating units.
Much of equipment within the Unit Inspectors responsibility includes pressure vessels, heat exchangers, storage tanks, and piping systems.
The Reliability Unit Inspector ensures all pressure equipment is fabricated, inspected, modified, repaired and tested within compliance of applicable industry codes, standards, and recommended practices.
The Reliability Unit Inspector should have a strong working knowledge of API 510, 570 and 653.
Job Duties Include:
Work closely with contract inspectors, maintenance and operations to maintain equipment compliance within inspection schedules. Perform internal inspections and other NDT as required.
Work closely with team to analyze inspection and data to make recommendations to ensure safe and reliable operation of process equipment.
Document and/or review inspections and create work notifications as needed. Recommend and approve repair plans and approves completion of final repair work.
Work with fabrication vendors to ensure proper fabrication and inspection of new and repaired equipment. Work with inspection contractors/vendors to ensure effective and compliant inspection of equipment.
Participate in Turnaround planning meetings to ensure inspection schedule compliance and inspect job scope.
Some travel required (10%)
Ability to work 4 10 hour days Monday – Thursday 6am to 4pm
Effectively write inspection reports and input data into Inspection Database.
Effectively present information and respond to questions from managers, supervisors, engineers and planners
50 Inspect Equipment 20 Witness fabrication and repairs 10 Analyze inspection data and make recommendations 10 Reporting and notifications 10 Ensuring schedule compliance
YOU MUST HAVE
- High School Diploma or GED
- Certified as an ASNT Level II in multiple NDT methods
Working knowledge of API 510, 570 and 653 equipment codes
Willingness to obtain TWIC card certification
NonexemptPerformance Materials and TechnologiesINCLUDES
Some Travel Required
Continued Professional Development
Job ID: HRD47053
Category: Integrated Supply Chain
Location: 5525 Hwy 3115, , Geismar, LA 70734 USA
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, or veteran status.
Inspector Level I
Conducts inspections of incoming vehicles to detect damage, missing parts and mechanical problems; prepare and submit report of vehicle condition, repair/replacement cost estimates and related documentation.
Conduct assessment of vehicle condition upon receipt noting any damage or repair required for frame, paint, engine, AC/heater operation, radio, navigation system, tires, etc.
Prepare support documentation related to vehicle condition including vehicle identification data, condition description; repair costs estimates, photographs, etc.
Maintain current knowledge of applicable labor rates, parts charges and manufacturer's updates; adhere to work instructions/procedures regarding inspections/documentation
Conduct OVE courtesy walk around inspections
Follow all applicable safety and health related procedures
May be required to locate, start and move vehicles as directed
Perform other job related duties as directed by supervisor
- High School Diploma or equivalent required
ASE certification or background in automotive repair, and cost estimating
Knowledge ICAR Certifications preferred
Valid Driver's License and safe driving record required
Basic computer software skills required
Ability to multitask required
Must be detail oriented
General knowledge of automotive body and mechanical work preferred
Regularly required to stand, walk, reach, talk and hear
Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch and climb
Vision abilities required include close, distance and color vision, depth perception
Previous body shop experience, mechanical experience, estimating experience preferred
Supervising Building Construction Inspector (Sr-24)
Position Information Benefits Supplemental Questions
Supervises and directs a program concerned with the inspection of construction, repair and alteration of City and County owned buildings and related structures to assure compliance with approved plans and specifications; and performs other related duties as required.
Under the general supervision of the Section Chief, this position supervises, directs and coordinates the inspection of all phases of construction of public structures and buildings, park recreational facilities, and renovation/restoration/redesign of grounds and appurtenances to assure that the materials, workmanship, and finished product are in compliance with approved plans, specifications, contractual documents, established standards, pertinent rules and regulations, and laws; and performs other related duties as assigned. Field assignments entail exposure to all types of weather and hazardous conditions at construction sites. May be required to stand, walk and bend for extended periods of time. If not provided a City vehicle, employee is required to provide personal vehicle for regular job transportation and be compensated therefore at union contract price.
Additional Job Information:At time of application, you must be a citizen, national or permanent resident alien of the United States or a non-citizen eligible under federal law for unrestricted employment.
- Subject to funding availability*
- Only ONLINE applications will be accepted. Applications must be submitted by November 21, 2018, 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time (HST) to be accepted.
- Paper applications will NOT be accepted.
There is one vacancy with the Department of Design and Construction, Facilities Division. This list may be used to fill future vacancies in this and/or other departments.
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Minimum Qualification Requirements:
Equivalent to graduation from high school. Responsible work experience which demonstrated the ability to perform the essential functions of the job may be substituted for education.
Six (6) years of experience in inspecting or supervising a variety of building construction work.
Such experience must have demonstrated knowledge of standard practices, methods, processes and tools used in building construction, including standard formulae of structural stability and safety and the accepted safety standards; and ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and blueprints; make mathematical computations; deal tactfully with building contractors and workers; and prepare reports and keep records.
An Associate's degree in architectural or engineering drafting from an accredited college or university; or in the Applied Trades, Architectural, Engineering and CAD Technologies, and Carpentry Technology programs at Honolulu Community College, or similar academic programs from an accredited college or university will substitute for up to two years of the required experience in inspecting or supervising a variety of building construction work.
A Bachelor's degree in Architecture or Engineering from an accredited college or university will substitute for up to three years of the required experience in inspecting or supervising a variety of building construction work.
Verification Requirement: If you have an applicable degree to substitute for the required experience, you must submit evidence of your education within 7 days of filing this application to receive credit. A reproduced copy of your diploma and/or official transcript which shows the embossed seal must be submitted in order to be given credit. Unofficial transcripts will not be accepted. Copies will not be returned. Mail or drop off: Department of Human Resources, 650 South King Street, 10th Floor, Honolulu, HI 96813.
Possession of an appropriate valid driver's license (Type 3), prior to appointment.
Examination Process:EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE EVALUATION:
In addition to meeting the above minimum qualifications, your application will be further evaluated. Your score will be based on the quality, quantity, and/or recency of your education and experience.
Failure to provide sufficient information may result in your application being rejected or your receiving a lower grade. Do NOT submit a copy of your resume or position description in lieu of providing detailed and complete information on your application form.
Education and Experience Evaluation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100%
Boiler Inspector Chief
INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION OF ARIZONA
Boiler Inspector Chief
800 W Washington
Are you ready to work for an exceptional state agency that works to protect the life, health and welfare of the employees in the State of Arizona? Apply with us! The Industrial Commission of Arizona (ICA) is committed to the highest standards of compliance, demonstrating leadership in all areas, and teaching and working with employers and employees to make them successful. A thriving workforce in Arizona is what we strive for and work towards each day.
We are currently looking for an individual to lead the Boiler Division within our Arizona Division of Occupational Safety & Health (ADOSH) Division, which is tasked with supervising the statewide Boiler Inspection and re-inspection program, assuring compliance and enforcement of boiler owner/operators with the Arizona Occupational Safety and Health Act and the Arizona Boiler Act..
The position supervises (technical), reviews, comments, and edits the insurance company inspector's reports and their performance, providing feedback and training to all insurance company inspectors and owner/user inspectors as necessary. Audits and maintains records/certifications on all Owner/User programs within the State of Arizona (businesses such as SRP, APS, etc.). Responsible for updates and changes to the State of Arizona Boiler Regulations in order to keep them up to date with regular American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code and the National Board Inspection Code (new editions every three years, addenda issued every year). Responsible for creating a "working partnership" with all boiler repair and inspection companies within the State of Arizona, and all owners of boilers (over 13,000) with the State of Arizona.
As a State of Arizona agency, the ICA offers an excellent benefits package, including top-ranked retirement and long-term disability plans, affordable medical, dental, vision, life and short-term disability plans, 10 paid holidays per year, 13 paid vacation days and 12 paid sick days per year, and a deferred compensation plan option.
- AZ Driver's License Required
In-State travel is required. Requires possession of and ability to retain a current, valid state-issued driver's license appropriate to the assignment. Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver's license record checks, must maintain acceptable driving records and must complete any required driver training (see Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207 (12). Employees may be required to use their own transportation, as well as maintaining valid motor vehicle insurance and current Arizona vehicle registration; however, mileage will be reimbursed.
- National Board Commission Inspector.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Arizona Occupational Safety and Health Act.
Arizona Boiler Act.
Industrial Commission of Arizona Policies and Procedures.
ADOSH policies, procedures, and rules.
Google Suite, Windows, Outlook, Excel, Power Point, Database, and Adobe Acrobat.
Working knowledge of applicable American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Boiler and Pressure Vessel Codes, Addenda and code interpretations, including welding, non-destructive examination, and a working knowledge of metallurgy.
Comprehensive knowledge of the National Board Inspection Codes.
Oral and written communication.
Typing and using a keyboard.
Developing spreadsheets and databases.
Effectively negotiating and settling disputes for legal and enforcement issues.
Logic and analytical skills.
Manage heavy workloads with high level of accuracy and production.
Works well under pressure.
Effectively works as a member of a team.
Interpret and implement plan review process for the new installation of boilers.
Create and present presentations to small and large groups.
Identify and resolve industry related/department problems and ensure compliance.
Conduct strategic and long range planning relative to complex technical and public safety issues, including taking part in National Board and ASME committee meetings to promulgate new codes and standards that will provide the desired long-term effects for the program as well as its impact on the residents of Arizona.
Recognize and engage those with different backgrounds, characteristics, and perspectives are given the opportunity to collaborate and provide input.
Effectively interpret and communicate technical codes.
Asses and evaluate the effectiveness of inspection programs utilizing performance criteria and monitoring statewide production activities for State, owner/user and insurance company employees.
Effectively analyze and communicate legislative impact, prepare technical analysis, testify before legislative committees, and prepare fiscal notes.
Ideal candidates will have:
- National Board B endorsement (Authorized Inspector Supervisor).
All newly hired employees are subject to E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification.
The ICA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Agency.
Arizona State Government is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer. During all phases of the application and selection process, people with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation by contacting the ICA's Human Resources Department at (602) 542-5559.
Rental Equipment Inspector (Entry Mechanic) - Sulphur, LA
Rental Equipment Inspector (Entry Mechanic) - Sulphur, LA
H&E Equipment Services is one of the largest integrated equipment companies in the nation that provides the higher standard in equipment sales, rental, parts, and service. With locations across the United States, we pride ourselves on being an equipment company, run by equipment people. We leverage our national portfolio of equipment with a local approach to provide reliability, fair prices and the support of a first-class service team. Where others stop, we continue.
H&E Equipment Services has an immediate opening for a Rental Equipment Inspector. Rental Equipment Inspectors are responsible for the inspection of various heavy equipment product lines. Duties include initial inspection, completing equipment condition reports, damage inspection, performing basic maintenance tasks, and testing the safety and operational capabilities of all rental equipment.
Valid Driver's license and satisfactory driving record required at all times
Knowledgeable in the operation, maintenance and basic repair of aerial, earthmoving and general equipment
Attention to detail
Capable of lifting up to 40 pounds
Safety conscious attitude toward all assigned tasks
Able to assist with loading/unloading of equipment from trailers
Ability to perform tasks independently without direct supervision
Mechanical or equipment operation experience is a plus
Willingness to help in other areas of the shop and yard where required
High school diploma or equivalent is required
Searching for a solid, growth-oriented company that values its employees? Join H&E Equipment Services! We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits and a 401K retirement savings plan with company matching.
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