Context Service NL is a diverse department acting as a single access point for many of the licensing, permitting, inspecting, and regulating functions within government.
Service NL is comprised of two branches delivering a wide range of quality programs and services to protect the health and safety of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians;
regulate and enforce workplace safety and health practices with initiatives that protect and inform the province’s workforce and regulation and information to protect the interests of consumers in a wide range financial activities taking place throughout the province.
With such a broad scope of functions, Service NL offers a vast array of dynamic employment opportunities that focus on serving and protecting the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.
Reporting to the Manager of Inspections, the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspector II is responsible for interpreting and enforcing safety legislation governing the installation, operation, maintenance and fabrication of boilers, pressure vessels, and pressure piping systems.
Specifically, this position performs inspections on boilers, pressure vessels, liquefied petroleum, refrigeration and medical gas systems;
conducts audits and approves the issuance of licenses and certificates; performs inspections on gas appliances, propane dispensing and bulk plants;
supervises and evaluates high pressure welding tests; conducts investigations of incidents involving boilers, pressure vessels and gas equipment;
gathers evidence and prepares technical reports; prepares Crown documentation for litigation; appears as Crown’s witness as required;
and performs other related duties.
Completion of a degree or diploma program in Mechanical Engineering OR Power Engineering 1st or 2nd Class Certification or Power Engineering 3rd Class with significant related experience (equivalencies will be considered)
Experience in the operation of boilers and pressure vessels
Experience in the maintenance and repairs to boilers and pressure vessels
Experience operating or performing maintenance and repairs to pressure piping systems (asset)
Experience designing, constructing or installing boilers or pressure vessels (asset)
Experience performing inspections of boilers or pressure vessels (asset)
Knowledge of the operation, maintenance and repairs of boilers and pressure vessels
Knowledge of relevant safety legislation, procedures and practices
Knowledge of design, construction, and installation procedures of boilers and pressure vessels (asset)
Knowledge of inspection procedures of boilers and pressure vessels (asset)
Ability to communicate effectively (verbal)
Ability to communicate effectively (written)
Ability to mange time and tasks
Ability to work independently
Ability to think critically
Conditions of Employment
Proof of recent and satisfactory certificate of conduct from local police
Proof of valid class 5 drivers license
Conditions of Acceptance
Willing to accept the requirements to travel by land, sea and air
Willing to accept overnight travel (occasional)
Willing to accept day travel (significant)
Acknowledges the requirement to become commissioned by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors after the first year of employment, unless already acquired
Acknowledges the requirement for maintaining licensures / certifications as required
For more information about this opportunity please call (709) 729-3974
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador values diversity in the work place and is an equal opportunity employer.
Disability related accommodations and alternate formats are available upon request at any stage of the recruitment process by contacting
Preference will be given to applicants who are legally entitled to work in Canada.
Applications must be received on or before the closing date stated for this job posting.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to submit an application that demonstrates the required merit criteria.
Applications that do not clearly demonstrate the required criteria will be screened-out.
All applications must contain accurate contact information, including current mailing address, email address and phone number.
All information submitted as part of this application must be factual, complete and current to date of submission.
This competition may be used to fill future similar vacancies with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.