• Quality Coating Inspector

    Job ID
    Craft, Skilled Labor & Laborer
    Home Company :
    Willbros PSS Midstream (Canada) LP
  • Overview

    Fully qualified inspector responsible for the performance of inspections of coating, painting, lining, and sleeving. The candidate requires limited direction in conducting inspections and assembly of quality documentation in accordance with internal and external standards. NACE CIP Level II and a minimum of  3-5 years’ experience. Will consider a NACE Level 1 depending upon experience.  


    Start Date : Aug 8

    Location: Pipeline work from Edmonton to Hardisty

    Rotation: 6/1 (10 hrs per day)



    • Ensure Compliance with the client’s contractual requirements and where required the requirements of the Regulatory Authority through the effective implementation of the Willbros Canada Quality Control System;
    • Supply onsite Quality Control Personnel with daily inspection forms;
    • Verify with the Quality Control Inspector / Supervisor that welds are ready to be coated;
    • Perform coating inspections on tanks, weld joints, structural steel and any other item on the project requiring;
    • Perform inspections of shrink sleeves installation on weld connections;
    • Coordinating scheduled inspection activities with Company personnel, client representatives;
    • Ensure all coating personnel have sufficient training, and when applicable retain copies of the individuals certification for the Quality Document Book;
    • Maintain calibration records for all Company owned measuring and testing equipment at his / her assigned site;
    • Mentor new coating inspectors & applicators;
    • Keep As Built drawings and all client documentation current and up to date.


    • NACE CIP Level II Certification.
    • Sound knowledge of coating technology and processes, NACE requirements.
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Excellent Microsoft Office computer skills
    • Enbridge experience would be an asset.


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