Dec 19, 2014

Mechanical Inspector Required for QP Qatar, 5 Years Contract

Mechanical Inspector Required for QP Qatar, 5 Years Contract.
for Leading Oil and Gas Major world wide.

Working schedule
Leave rotation
Required nos
Mechanical Inspector
5 years
5 days/week,
8 hours/day
15 days off for every 3 months (Single)
1 month per year (Family)

Mobilization date is 1st of Jan 15 or earlier upon QP’s approval. 
Requirements and JD listed below.

Interested candidates suitable for the below requirement can mail their CV with notice Period to,

Job Description:

Mechanical Inspectors 

Qualification – 

a) API 510 certificate and/or API 570 certificate, CSWIP 3.2, HNC in Mechanical Engineering.  
b) The candidate shall be in a good physically fit condition. The candidate shall be able to communicate fluently in English, both verbally and in writing.  
c)   He shall be fully familiar with construction drawings, isometric and P. & I.Ds.  
d)   He shall be computer literate and familiar with MS Word and Excel.    
e) He shall be able to work under own initiative. The work entails a high percentage of time on site. 
Experience – 
a) The candidate shall have minimum five (5) years’ experience in the oil and gas related business. 
b) Hold API certification for a minimum of three (3) years. 
c) He shall have proven experience of in-service inspection on oil/gas process facilities.
d) He shall be familiar with all aspects of pressure relieving devices, conventional and “in service” NDT techniques.   
e) He shall have the ability to pass QP Permit to Work system 

Duties and Responsibilites: 
1. To conduct piping, relief valve, plant and equipment inspection as directed on the Offshore Facilities. 
2. To produce rough site isometric sketches of pipelines highlighting inspection points, problematic locations, extent of scaffold access and insulation removal requirements.
3. To carry out visual surveys on piping systems to determine the condition of individual pipelines. The visual survey shall determine the exposed pipe/fitting/support condition and determine insulation removal, scaffolding and Non-destructive testing (NDT) requirement to assist in condition assessment. 
4. To produce an individual line condition report. 
5. To highlight areas of concern to Company Piping Inspector for rejection report generation.
6. To carry out detailed visual inspection of plant and equipment using suitable visual aids as may be required.
7. To provide concise, accurate technical reports on equipment inspected.
8. To report to assigned Company Inspection Engineer.
9. To liaise with NDT Technicians for report review and interpreting results.

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