The Bergaila Companies

API 510 Inspector

Posted Date 5 days ago(8/4/2022 5:03 PM)
Job ID
2022-8929
Location : City
Midland
Location : State/Province
TX

Overview

We have an opening for an API 510 Inspector position to work in the Midland/Odessa, TX area.

 

 

Our Client is a global international energy exploration and production company and one of the largest oil producers in the United States.  Founded in 1920, our client’s technical expertise and proven ability to deliver lasting results are the hallmark of their international success.  While manufacturing the building blocks for life-enhancing products, our client utilizes leading edge technologies that grow their business and simultaneously help to advance a lower-carbon world.

Responsibilities

 - Seek direction/ask questions of the lead inspector until they understand how we operate/what we expect/get familiar with the job

 - Work mostly independently with some oversight from the lead inspector once they have been here a while and are familiar with the expectations and roles and responsibilities.

 - Focus an estimated time of 25% of time focused on facilities and construction for pre-commissioning inspections and the rest on heater treater PMs, leak/failure investigations, repair scope and damage mechanism determination and shop repair QA.

 - Perform leak/failure investigations

 - Repair scope and damage mechanism determination. 

 - Fill in at the shops when Supervisor is out of town or off. 

 

Note: Significantly more vessel repairs are performed in TX than in NM, so the shop load is significant.

Qualifications

 - Highschool diploma or GED required

 - Primary certification is API 510 (we perform confined space entries) with NACE CIP 1 preferable

 - API 570, CWI or QA certification could work depending on the individual and their experience

 - Self-starter and able to make decisions about equipment/repairs/best path forward and work well with the lead inspector and Client personnel

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