Date Posted: 5/25/2023 11:08:09 AM
Location: New Prague, MN
Job Type: Full Time
Salary (USD): $28
Title: ASME Authorized Inspector
Locations: New Prague, Minnesota
Shift: 1st shift
Compensation: $28/hour with a pay increase to $35 - $40/hour after you obtain your National Board Commission + OT
Benefits: Company offers a comprehensive benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k, Life and Disability Insurance as well as generous PTO.
Travel: You will have one fulltime shop you support in New Prague, Minnesota.
Vaccine Requirement: the COVID19 vaccine is not required.
As an Authorized Inspector you will travel to client sites to perform basic inspections of Boilers and Pressure Vessels manufactured by OneCIS clients to ensure compliance with ASME Codes, Standards, and Jurisdictional requirements.
Additional responsibilities include:
• Review fabrication drawings, manufacturing standards and witnesses testing of Boilers and Pressure Vessels.
• Document and monitor the Quality Control System through ASME review and verification process.
• Ensure compliance with applicable sections of the ASME Code, National Board Inspection Code and Jurisdictional requirements for fabrication and Repair and Alteration activities and authorized inspection services.
• Certify products based on ASME Code requirements or submits recommendations for corrective action to ensure compliance with Code and Jurisdictional requirements.
Prior to becoming an Authorized Inspector, you will need to complete a training period that includes attending a 3-week long American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)/National Board training/certification commissions school in Columbus, OH (all expenses paid) in either May or June of 2023 (depending on school availability)
The ideal candidate has a high school diploma and equivalent (Military) work experience, or a bachelor’s degree in mechanical or electrical Engineering. You should also have 3-5 years of mechanical experience in the boiler and pressure vessel industry (power plant, either Nuke or conventional), such as design fabrication, operation, repair and alteration, inspection, and nondestructive examination, or quality control systems.