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Field Quality Inspector
Full Time
Regular (Permanent)
Newfoundland & Labrador
St. John's
Power and Process Americas
Engineering & Project Management

Job Overview

  • To ensure that verification and inspection activities in the Electric Power Utility Engineering and Construction group are carried out as per approved Quality Control Plans, procedures, standards and specifications

Key Responsibilities

  • Carry out the project specific inspection and release as detailed in the Project Quality Plan and as directed and instructed by the Lead Quality Engineer/Inspection Co-ordinator

  • Conduct Review, witness and monitor activities as per the approved Suppliers/Sub-contractors Quality Control Plans/ Inspection Test Plans

Role Responsibilities

  • Attend pre-inspection planning meetings/progress meetings

  • Be familiar with the requisition requirements and package/equipment specifications and drawings

  • Be familiar with the Suppliers/Sub-contractors Quality Control Plans/Inspection Test Plans and procedures

  • Prepare and submit Supplier/Sub-contractor visit reports

  • Raise non-conformances reports and expedite their close out

  • Be fully aware of concessions raised, approved and/or rejected by the requisitioning engineer

  • Monitor package /equipment compliance to statutory regulations (i.e. CE marking)

  • Release package/equipment as per project inspection and release process (IRC)

  • Review Supplier/Subcontractor Fabrication/Certification Dossiers on an ongoing basis and prior to release

  • To report promptly to the Lead Quality Engineer/Inspection Co-ordinator all matters related to inspection, test and release

  • Provide feedback on Supplier/Subcontractor performance upon request

  • Ensure that all necessary quality records are identified and retained in accordance with AMEC, client and regulatory requirements

  • To participate (as necessary) in management visits/audits as requested

  • Liaise with requisitioning engineer and buyer as appropriate



Essential - Academic

  • Technically qualified/time served trades person

  • Experience in performing field activities in the Electric Power Utility industry

Essential – Professional

  • Trade registrations/vocational qualifications

Experience - Essential

  • Has the relevant inspection discipline experience with the relevant certification

  • Has come from an engineering background with the relevant qualifications

  • Has a broad knowledge of construction, fabrication and inspection techniques

Experience - Desirable

  • Held/holding a similar position within similar industry to AMEC

Personal Qualities, Aptitudes and Skills

  • Must have good planning and organizational skills

  • Must have good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels within a project team

  • Must have the ability to be well organized and able to work on own initiative

  • Must be self motivated and enthusiastic

  • Must have the commitment to identify, analyze and propose solutions to problems in a constructive and positive manner

With us, you’ll be challenged. You’ll be encouraged to excel. You’ll be given the opportunity to build a rewarding career. And you’ll be proud to be a part of the AMEC team. You will become a part of a strong, global company operating in oil and gas, mining, clean energy, and environment and infrastructure markets. Imagine working on complex global projects, being challenged to develop your skills and experience, being provided with opportunities to build a successful career. Imagine working for world-leading clients, delivering excellence and being recognised for it.

That’s the world of AMEC, built on strong values, where you can belong and be proud of what you achieve.

AMEC is a focused supplier of consultancy, engineering and project management services to its customers in the world's oil and gas, mining, clean energy, environment and infrastructure markets. With annual revenues of some £4.2 billion, AMEC designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets and employs over 29,000 people in around 40 countries worldwide. See
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