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QA/QC Inspector

  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Energy, Renewables
  • Discipline:
  • Location: Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2020-17013_1602596555

Job Description

Worley is recruiting a QC Inspector for the Moray East Offshore Windfarm project in Invergordon, the initial work will be to undertake 3 one of site visits before mobilising to the Project on a full-time basis and being based on the client supplied SOV for the duration of the Project which is currently being advised as 6 months with a 2 and 2 rotation.

Key Objectives:

  • To attend kick-off meeting to understand requirements being laid out by client
  • To attend onshore site to perform one pre-assembly reference inspection on a single completed WTG
  • To attend offshore site to perform one M&E reference inspection on a single completed WTG
  • Main purpose of reference inspections is to ensure the completed WTG is assembled to a high-level standard for the client, these reference inspections will then be used with the client's pre-assembly and installation supplier as the standard that needs to be adhered to throughout the project
  • To be based on client supplied SOV to undertake Final Walk Down Inspections offshore on each of the 100 WTGs.
  • Lead in pulling together a Project Management plan specifying all the relevant inspection documentation as set out in the client's scope of works document.
  • Pull together all relevant RAMS that will be required to complete all areas of these works.
  • Attend any HAZID/HAZOP meetings as required.

Primary Duties Pre-assembly reference Inspections:

  • Attend pre-inspection planning meetings / progress meetings
  • Be familiar with the MVOW V164 WTG specifications and drawings
  • Gain familiarity with the Client's "Moray East Snagmaster" Tool
  • Complete a Pre-assembly Electrical and Mechanical reference inspection in accordance with the Client Detailed Scope of Work, including a full walk down of the full tower, blade set and nacelle identifying any obvious snags or items which are a cause for concern
  • Prepare and submit a detailed inspection reports within 3 working days to the client with precise findings list complete with photos and text descriptions recorded in the Snagmaster tool.
  • Report promptly to the Quality Manger all matters related to inspection, Snagging lists and reporting.
  • Ensure that all necessary quality records are identified and retained in accordance with Worley and Client requirements
  • Participate (as necessary) in management meetings as requested

Primary Duties M&E reference Inspections:

  • Attend pre-inspection planning meetings / progress meetings
  • Complete a Post Mechanical and Electrical completion inspection in accordance with the Client Detailed Scope of Work, including a full walk down of the full tower, blade set and nacelle identifying any obvious snags or items which are a cause for concern.
  • Agree and sign the Mechanical and Electrical Reference Document with Client
  • Ensure all punchlisted items are recorded in the Snagmaster tool.
  • Report promptly to the Quality Manger all matters related to inspection, Snagging lists and reporting.
  • Ensure that all necessary quality records are identified and retained in accordance with Worley and Client requirements
  • Participate (as necessary) in management meetings as requested

Primary Duties Final Walkdown Inspections

  • Attend pre-inspection planning meetings / progress meetings
  • Carry out a Final Walkdown inspection post commissioning and prior to Reliability Testing of each WTG in accordance with the Client Detailed Scope of Work.
  • Document any snags which have been identified (from the agreed reference inspection)
  • Check that all the systems are up and running as part of this Final Inspection.
  • Verify and sign off the closure of all Punchlist items in Snagmaster tool
  • Report promptly to the Quality Manger all matters related to inspection, Snagging lists and reporting.
  • Ensure that all necessary quality records are identified and retained in accordance with Worley and Client requirements
  • Participate (as necessary) in management meetings as requested

Required Qualifications / Certification:

Essential:

Academic:

  • Technically Qualified/Time Served Trades Person

Professional:

  • Trade Registrations/Vocational Qualifications
  • Full GWO offshore certifications with HUET
  • Experience with MVOW V164 turbines

Ideally, candidates will also have the following experience:

  • Wind Turbine QC Inspection experience
  • Electrical/Mechanical Engineering and/or Inspection background
  • Broad knowledge of WTG construction, fabrication and inspection techniques
  • Knowledge of management systems, including ISO 9001:2015
  • Working knowledge of relevant legislation, codes and standards

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