The Bergaila Companies

  • Mechanical Field Inspector

    Posted Date 5 days ago(5 days ago)
    Job ID
    2017-2894
    Location : City
    Mentone
    Location : State/Province
    TX
  • Overview

    We are currently seeking a Mechanically inclined Inspectors with extensive onshore, pipeline & new facilities construction experience working for a major oil & gas Exploration and Production company with Operations in the Midland, TX / Permian area.

    Responsibilities

    The Mechanical Field Inspector is primarily responsible for completing worksite-based facilities construction projects are in compliance with our client's company safety procedures, engineering and construction specifications.  Abile to manage crews, provide reports, monitor progress, plan & coordinate work.

     

    The Mechanical Field Inspector is also responsible for:

     

    - Participating in pre-construction planning, including project scope, site assessments, site layout, and project details

    - Maintaining continuous communication throughout projects related to progress, issues, and solutions

    - Ensuring that the appropriate materials are at the project site in a timely fashion to meet project deadlines

    - Receiving and verifying material shipment quantity and integrity

    - Communicating and/or resolving shipping schedules/conflicts with vendors or operations manager

    - Submitting required project reports in a timely, accurate, and complete manner

    - Completing purchase orders, inventory documents, and time sheets to specified detail daily and weekly

    - Performing and completing final inspection documentation

     

     

    Qualifications

    - 10+ years of Oil & Gas Construction.

    - Specific experience supporting onshore/upstream drilling and oil & gas infrastructure programs is required. 

    - 5+ years of experience in a Supervisory role

    - Prior Bakken, Permian, or similar project experience preferred

     

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