|Location:||Vancouver||Department:||Engineering & Construction|
|Job Code:||G6558||Closing Date:||Ongoing|
|Employment Duration:||Regular Full Time||Pay Range:||$72,485 annually + 6.25% deferred compensation|
Join us in our commitment to provide services and solutions to one of the world’s most liveable regions. We deliver service excellence in the areas of regional growth planning, air quality, water, liquid and solid waste management, regional parks, affordable housing, and community engagement to over 2.3 million residents. We invite you to bring your skills, passion, and expertise to help us in our commitment to sustain and enhance our region’s liveability. We offer competitive salaries; excellent benefit packages; a municipal pension plan; employee wellness programs; and varied opportunities for professional growth and development.
This position requires graduation from an Institute of Technology with a diploma from a program such as Welding or Mechanical Engineering Technology in addition to a CSA/CWB W178.2 Level II visual inspection certification. Additional Level II CGSB certifications in MPI & LPI would be an asset in this hands on Engineering and Construction inspection role.
Through your skills you'll provide quality assurance for welding associated with Metro Vancouver's capital and maintenance work, including those at wastewater treatment plants.
DUTIES: (The duties described hereunder are to be representative of the position and are not to be considered as all-inclusive.)
Witness and perform visual inspection on weldments constructed on equipment and infrastructure including work performed in Metro Vancouver's welding shop and contract welding shops.
Work under the coordination of Metro Vancouver's site inspectors to perform quality control and assurance for welding operations on pipelines and other various weldments associated with capital and maintenance work including work at Wastewater Treatment Plants.
Inspect welder operator performance with respect to visual integrity and quality of weld in accordance with various welding procedures, codes, standards and specifications.
Inspect and assure welder operators use correct materials for specified work and that their work meets tolerances, specifications and drawings.
Ensure staff and contractors understand and apply the correct methods for weld procedures and performance of work.
Maintain detailed written records concerning welding procedures, materials, quality, instruction to contractors, daily reports and inspection tests made.
Use personal computers for writing memoranda and reports.
Undertake reviews to verify welder operator qualifications.
Ensure staff and contractors adhere to current safety regulations with respect to welding practices.
Recommend when analytical non-destructive examination (NDE) methods such as magnetic particle or liquid penetrant or ultra sound inspection methods are required to supplement visual inspection and perform, as necessary.
Assist in the development and maintenance of current welding and welding inspection standards.
Perform other related duties.
Graduate from an Institute of Technology program such as welding engineering technology, with a focus on welding design and technology, and/or metallurgy and registration as an Applied Science Technologist or Technician in the Province of British Columbia.
Minimum 5 years demonstrated experience as a certified welding inspector and currently certified to CSA W178.2 Level 2 Welding Inspector.
CGSB Level 2 certification in at least one NDT testing method such as magnetic particle, liquid penetrant and ultra sound inspection would be an asset.
Demonstrated understanding and application of Canadian Welding Standards CSA Z662, CSA W59 and ASME.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to deal effectively with Metro Vancouver staff, outside organizations, contractors and the public.
Ability to work independently and be a self-starter.
Considerable knowledge of proper safety procedures and WorkSafeBC requirements.
Excellent organizational skills.
Proficient in use of computers, including experience with Microsoft Word and Excel.
Valid B.C. Driver's License.
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