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Certified Welding Inspector

Job Summary

Ensures all welding related activities are conducted in accordance with local, state and federal regulations, customer specifications and in compliance with all company defined procedures and safe work practices.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

To perform this job successfully, the employee must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The following duties are representative of the job but are not all inclusive and other duties may be assigned as needed.

  • Review the welding procedure specification and inspection requirements prior to welding.
  • Prior to and during welding, verify that the specified base metal(s) and welding filler metal(s) are used.
  • Verify that the specified joint preparation and fit-up used prior to welding.
  • Monitoring and inspect all work performed by tackers and welders and/or welding operators.
  • Inspect and evaluate welds according to specified inspection procedures, standards, codes, and drawings.
  • Record welding inspection results that were witnessed and prepare associated report.
  • Regularly report to work, on time and prepared to perform all tasks as outlined in job description and / or assigned.
  • Perform duties in a safe, ethical and legal manner following the policies and procedures as established by Greenberry unless otherwise prohibited by law.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

The following qualifications are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to perform the job but are not all inclusive.

Must be a CWI level I. Must be knowledgeable in welding standards and operating procedures specifically ASME and AWS. Good working knowledge of NDT methods. Must have knowledge of equipment, machines, tools and raw materials. Must be able to read and understand blueprints and drawings. Must have solid computer skills, good written and verbal communication skills, strong interpersonal skills and outstanding organizational abilities. Must be able to take initiative, maintain confidentiality, meet deadlines and work in a team environment.

Physical Demands:

Employee must be in good physical condition: possess good manual dexterity; be able to sit, stand, kneel, and squat; be able to lift at least 50 lbs; and be able to hear, speak and see within normal ranges (use of corrective devices is allowed).Must be able to wear all required PPE.

Working Conditions:

Normally works on job site where work is performed in a variety of environments, i.e. may be outside or in a manufacturing environment. Will be exposed to weather, dirt/dust, loud noise, and will be required to wear personal protective equipment.

Benefits

Greenberry contributes too and has a list of options for Health, Dental, Life insurance and 401 K along with a PTO program.

Greenberry is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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