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Multi-discipline inspector

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Job Title: Multi-discipline inspector - Rotterdam

Job Summary:
We are seeking an experienced Offshore Multi-discipline inspector to ensure the integrity and quality of welding, coatings, and non-destructive testing activities on offshore construction projects. The ideal candidate will possess a range of certifications, including CSWIP 3.1 Welding Inspector, CSWIP-BGAS Coatings Inspector, PCN II certifications in Ultrasonic Testing, Magnetic Particle Inspection, and Penetrant Inspection, along with GWO Basic Training and a valid Offshore Medical Certificate.

- Conduct inspections and quality control activities according to project specifications, international standards, and regulatory requirements.
- Perform visual inspections, weld inspections, and coatings inspections to ensure compliance with industry standards and project requirements.
- Utilize ultrasonic testing techniques to detect defects in welds and materials.
- Conduct magnetic particle and penetrant inspections to identify surface defects in materials.
- Ensure that all quality control documentation is accurately completed and maintained.
- Collaborate with project managers, engineers, and subcontractors to address quality concerns and implement corrective actions.
- Participate in safety briefings, toolbox talks, and safety audits to maintain a safe working environment.
- Adhere to all company policies, procedures, and safety regulations.

- CSWIP 3.1 Welding Inspector certification.
- CSWIP-BGAS Coatings Inspector certification.
- PCN II certification in Ultrasonic Testing (3.1-3.2 EN473/ISO9712).
- PCN II certification in Magnetic Particle Inspection (EN473/ISO9712).
- PCN II certification in Penetrant Inspection (EN473/ISO9712).
- GWO Basic Training certification.
- Valid Offshore Medical Certificate including the Chester Step Test.
- Proven experience working as a quality control inspector in offshore construction projects.
- Strong knowledge of relevant international standards and regulations.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment and independently.
- Attention to detail and strong problem-solving skills.
- Flexibility to work in challenging offshore environments for extended periods.

Preferred Qualifications:
- Additional certifications or training related to quality control and inspection.
- Experience with advanced non-destructive testing techniques.
- Familiarity with industry-specific software and tools for quality control and inspection.

**Location:** Offshore locations, including but not limited to oil rigs, platforms, and marine vessels.

**Employment Type:** Full-time, contract-based.
Start Date: 12/04/24 Completion Date: 31/10/24
No of Visits: 203 Hours Per Visit: 12

**Salary:** Commensurate with experience and qualifications.

**Application Instructions:** Interested candidates should submit their resume, along with copies of relevant certifications and training, to [contact email/website]. Please indicate "Offshore Quality Control Inspector" in the subject line of the email.

About us: Allen & York have matched purposeful people with purpose-led organisations for 30 years. We partner with our clients and candidates on roles that build an understanding of climate change, promote sustainability and create inclusive and responsible organisations, working towards a sustainable world for us all. Committed to inclusiveness in the workplace, we aim to increase diversity across all areas and therefore welcome applications from all qualified candidates, regardless of their ethnicity, race, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, age, or whether or not they have a disability. Let's help build a better world together.

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