APTIM CWI in Lemoore, California

Job Summary:

Perform inspection of Piping and Structural welds as a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) on Fuels project located in Lemoore, California. Develop and implement Quality inspection procedures, plans, and programs to meet the quality needs at assigned projects. Interface with senior management, other site discipline functional group managers, and clients.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Verify that the base materials and consumable welding materials conform to the specifications and that welding filler metals used are as specified for each base material.

  • Verify that the welding equipment to be used for the work is appropriate for use with the welding procedure specification and has the capability to meet the applicable requirements of the welding procedure.

  • Verify that only approved or qualified welding procedures are used for the work.

  • Verify that the edge preparation or joint geometry meet the requirements of the welding procedure and drawings.

  • Verify that the specified filler metals are used and that filler metals are maintained in proper condition, per requirements, or as recommended by the manufacturer.

  • Verify that the technique and performance of each welder, welding operator, and tack welder are as specified.

  • Verify that the work conforms to requirements of the applicable standards, drawings, or other documents.

  • Verify that the work inspected is identified and documented in accordance with specified requirements.

  • Prepare clear and concise reports and verify that records of the results of examinations are maintained.

  • Verify the approved WPS pre-heat and post heat procedures are being used.

  • Weld joints shall be inspected visually as follows:

  • Before welding - for compliance with requirements for joint preparation, alignment and fit-up, and cleanliness.

  • During welding - for cracks and conformance to the approved welding procedure.

  • After welding - for cracks, contour and finish, bead reinforcement, undercutting, overlap, weld slag on the interior of the pipe and size of welds. Visual examination of the interior of the pipe may be performed by any of the remote means allowed by ASME BPVC SEC V, visual inspection.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Minimum 5 years' experience in inspection of piping and structural welds as a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI)

  • Inspect proper preparation, size, gaging location, and acceptability of welds; identification marking; operation and current characteristics of welding sets in use.

  • Inspector to be qualified/certified to perform Magnetic Particle Testing (MT), dye penetrant testing (PT) and visual inspections (VT) in accordance with required standards and specifications.

  • All inspectors shall have a minimum of one (1) year experience inspecting the piping material being used and five (5)years in military or commercial aircraft hydrant fueling systems or truck fueling systems, petroleum refineries, power generating plants, or chemical process plants.

  • Welding inspectors shall be qualified in accordance with ASME B31.3, Chapter VI

  • Inspectors must be able to gain and maintain DOD Base Access for Military Sites

Company Overview:

APTIM was created by Veritas Capital, a leading private equity firm, following acquisition of CB&I's Capital Services business. With approximately 15,000 employees deployed across hundreds of offices and customer sites globally, APTIM provides integrated maintenance services, environmental engineering and remediation, infrastructure, EPC services, program management, disaster response and recovery, resiliency planning, and energy management services for private sector and government customers. Our timely and cost-effective solutions not only satisfy our customers' needs, but also improve the quality of life for people around the world.

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