The Quality Control Inspector offers on-site knowledge in quality control and assurance. Responsibilities include conducting routine inspections to ensure code, testing, and material compliance of services and products and the standard of Strike’s Quality Management System.
Communication / Training
Communicate with management, staff, and clients the requirements of quality’s scope of work.
Verify that all site activities comply with the quality codes and standards.
Coordinate with area sales group on all quality issues and distribute relevant QC / QA documentation to site sub-contractors.
Provide appropriate feedback to management regarding QA / QC matters.
Continually update education and stay familiar with legislated quality standards and procedures.
Develop inspection and test programs.
Develop IT&P’s by referencing and reviewing Client Specifications and Job Scope requirements.
Quality Control / Assurance
Coordinate quality site inspections with all site sub-contractors and vendors, coordinate all nondestructive testing on site, and monitor the implementation of the approved site QC plan.
Inspect / review product material, weld quality and testing to ensure compliance with code, standards, specifications and QCM.
Review IFC P&ID’s, ISO’s & vessel drawings to ensure appropriate WPS are referenced with weld details and overall accuracy.
Ensure supplies and external services comply with Strike quality control standards.
Identify and control all NCR's while correcting with remedial action.
Review radiographic film.
Follow the QA / QC management system at sites.
Witness all pressure testing; finalize testing documentation.
Ensure all quality control documentation is compiled and competed in a timely matter meeting project deadlines.
Prepare regulatory documentation as required and provide to client.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND QUALIFICATIONS
Relative diploma or bachelor’s degree (ie business administration, trade certificate)
CWB Level I designation with B31.3 and ASME Sec VIII & IX endorsements
Five years quality control advisory experience in relative industry
Two years modular yard experience (pipe and equipment)
Must have the ability to pass a Alcohol & Drug test
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Working knowledge of ASME & CSA Codes (Pressure Vessels, Process Piping & Structural)
Developed analytical thinking and problem-solving skills
Capable of participating in and facilitating group meetings
Exemplary professional verbal and written communication skills
Excellent organizational and time management skills
Meticulous record-keeping skills
Capable of working independently with minimal direction
Possesses an eye for detail
Proactively seeks and accomplishes tasks that lead to a safe, efficient, and productive work environment
Who we are
Strike is a proudly Canadian company with over 15 locations serving the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin and we are 100% employee owned.
Strike has been listed as one of Canada’s Best Managed companies five years in a row and was honoured as the 2013 Contractor of the Year.
We offer four pillars of service in the energy construction industry : project construction, module assembly and fabrication, electrical and instrumentation, and maintenance.
At Strike we demonstrate leadership, drive, creativity and initiative and reward people for their commitment, energy, enthusiasm and results.
We treat others as we wish to be treated and, most importantly, ensure that every employee goes home safe.
Why work for us
Strike encourages and supports professional development through education and mentorship. We offer comprehensive benefits, recognition and service awards, competitive wages, and opportunities for career growth.
We support the communities where we live and the Strike team that makes those communities thrive.