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[QA/QC Manager] QA/QC Instrumentation/Electrical Coordinator - $45

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360 Industrial Services needs an experienced QA/QC Candidate for instrumentation and electrical work. This is 4+ weeks of work. Working 7 10's and 7 days per diem if work full schedule if the 7th day isnt scheduled. NO STATE LICENSED REQUIRED. MSHA training will be provided. This is a mine.

Provides direct supervision of the project site QA/QC team. Acts as a resource to the superintendents and the construction teams to ensure that installations are being done according to the applicable codes, standards, building practices and the contract specifications issued by the client and the owner.

Assigns responsibility for and participates in system walk-downs to find deficiencies and assist with notification to the superintendents on areas for suggested repairs or re-work, in order to facilitate client sign-off of the system.

Responsible for updating and proper completion of QA/QC database prior to turnover to the client upon completion of the project.
Responsible to ensure red line drawings are completed to client specifications and properly filed with document control for field issue and filing.
Provides instruction to construction QA/QC in activities and ensures generation of complete inspection packages for field crew usage.
Actively participates in meetings and provides input in respect to project progression.
Ensures the QC documentation is properly completed for the end of project turnover package as identified and required.

Actively participates in meetings and provides input in respect to project progression.
Responsible for end of project “final” QA/QC report and distribution of the report to all parties, the client, the owner and TCM corporate office.
Provides assistance in the compilation of RFI’s.

Complies with standards and procedures of the Tarpon Health & Safety Manual and Occupational Health
& Safety Regulations. Essentially a Journeyman Electrician or Instrumentation Technician.
Solid understanding of Electrical and Instrumentation Code requirements
Ability to read and understand blueprints, isometric drawings, P&ID’s, installation details.
Supervisory Training Program delivered through a recognized entity (CLAC, Merit Contractors)

Journeyman Electrician or Instrumentation Technician.
Ability to instruct and monitor work crews efficiently.

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