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Quality Assurance Inspector – Mechanical (Days)

Vigor Industrial LLC

This is a Full-time position in Portland, OR posted March 24, 2021.

Vigor ValuesVigor expects all employees to enhance the atmosphere in which they work by living the Vigor Values every day.Truth: We seek the truth, and we speak the truthResponsibility: We act on what we know is rightEvolution: We seek mastery, and adapt to a changing worldLove: We care about the people we work with, and the world we live inPOSITION SUMMARY:Responsible for the performance of Quality Control precision inspection assignments. Has a high degree of demonstrated proficiency in the ability to perform precision inspection functions as specified in the applicable work documents, including a thorough understanding of drawing and specification interpretation and a working knowledge of the principles of geometric tolerancing and dimensioning. Is familiar with vessel mechanical systems preferably at an engineering and functional level. Has routine interface with customer/regulatory representatives, and is responsible for quality system maintenance and process control surveillance. Performs duties independent of supervision and provides assistance to the Project Management Team. This position is responsible for developing, tracking, administering, and scheduling tests and inspections and writing of required reports. The incumbent inspects in-process and final craft work for proper approvals and documents results as required in test and inspection plans developed by the Quality Department.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: (This list is not intended to detail all aspects of the assigned work but is representative of the jobs overall responsibilities)1. Develops tests and inspection plans for areas of responsibility in accordance with internal quality requirements and contract specifications, including but not limited to NAVSEA Standard Items, U.S. Coast Guard Regulations, Classification Societies, and other applicable engineering standards.2. Serves as liaison between supervision, crafts and regulatory agencies as required.3. Ensures that all preliminary inspection requirements have been satisfied and are accomplished in accordance with contract specifications prior to final inspection call outs to regulatory agencies.4. Monitors craft work to ensure workmanship meets applicable acceptance criteria in accordance with regulatory agencies, classification society, NAVSEA Standard Items, and acceptable shipbuilding practices as appropriate.5. Ensures that all instrumentation and gauges used in testing procedures are properly calibrated in accordance with regulatory agencies and company calibration guidelines.6. Informs Project Management, Quality Director, Operations Managers/Directors of all deficiencies requiring corrective action as outlined in the Quality Management System (QMS) to include Internal Deficiency Reports (IDR), Quality Deficiency Reports (QDR), and Non-conforming Services (NCS).7. Establishes and maintains positive, cooperative working relationships with crafts, owner representatives, and regulatory agency officials.8. Assists Managers, the Quality Director and supervisors in developing test memos andProcess Control Procedures to ensure that final forms and testing practices are in properformat and work scope formed.9. Develops and assists in administering training to craft supervisors and test directors forapplicable test and inspection requirements, as required.10. Ensures materials purchased and installed meet requirements of contract specifications byperforming random checks.11. Ensures all subcontractors qualifications meet requirements of regulatory agencies andcontract specifications. Also ensures all subcontractor required quality assurance submittalsare correct and fulfill requirements of the specifications.12. Reviews and qualifies all Quality Assurance requirements imposed by outside agencies.Verifies that requirements do not impose higher levels of effort to accomplish then thoserequired by contract specifications.13. Coordinates with management and craft supervisors to insure all personnel meet theminimum skill and ability along and possess the required certifications to accomplish the taskassigned.JOB SCOPE:Operates within the guidelines provided by applicable referenced Codes with regard to therespective discipline to which they are inspecting (ie: welding, electrical, coatings, mechanicaletc.) Position requires ability to assess and administer acceptance requirements based on predeterminedcriteria.SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY:Does not have any direct reports, but may be responsible for supervising workers engaged inconducting tests and inspections in accordance with procedures.INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:Inspectors are required to coordinate with Project Managers, craft supervisors and craftpersonnel as well as Customer representatives and Regulatory (ABS/ USCG) inspectors.For Navy programs, liaise with NAVSEA Ship Building Specialist (SBS)KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES:Knowledge of ship systems particularly, how they interact and construction/repairsequencing.Knowledge of principles and practice of marine or class society surveying, vessel operations,or U.S. Coast Guard inspections. Understanding of engineering principles applicable to shiprepair; crafts required in ship repair.Knowledge and understanding of NAVSEA Standard ItemsAbility to read and interpret blueprints, construction specifications, complex regulatorydocuments and contracts.Skilled at conducting inspections and guide others in appropriate work process techniques,while mentoring others by modeling respectful behaviors, including interpreting and applyingcomplex contracts in the inspection of work.Ability to apply a systems approach to work planning and execution.Effectively communicate orally and in writing with diverse groups such as customers, vendors, labor representatives and officials at all levels.Handle multiple priorities with independence and good judgment.Effectively work in a complex multi-craft, union work environment; influence others to meet quality standard and skilled at conflict resolution.Ability to use PC and software applications such as MS Office and Database programs.Ability to provide strong customer service and demonstrate adherence to customer requirements and satisfaction.Able to identifying approaches to maximize adherence to quality processes on an on-going basis.Skill in setting high expectations and inspiring employees to meet the standards, including use of computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets and databases.EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:BS degree and/or experience equivalent to a Bachelors of Science degree from a fully accredited college or university with specialization in the applicable craft or a closely related field such as marine mechanical.Five (5) or more years of experience in marine or industrial engineering either in a shipyard, onboard a vessel, heavy construction, or industrial manufacturing environment.CERTIFICATES, LICENSES AND REGISTRATIONS:Electricians License Electrical (As applicable)Chief Engineer previous or currently activeVessel Engineer experience and applicable licensesPHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work is conducted in a dynamic, fast-paced shipyard with moderate to loud noise levels from production activity in the shipyard. Required to be in a production areas in the facility and onboard ships. Must be able to walk to and from job sites. Must be able to frequently climb inclined stairways and vertical ladders. Must be able to enter confined areas and tanks. May be required to work more than 8-hour shifts and weekend work. Must be able to frequently bend, squat, crawl and twist. May be required to lift up to 50 pounds. Local travel and out-of-town travel (including air travel) up to 5% of the time with notice. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.WORK ENVIRONMENT: While in production areas will be exposed to all weather conditions, noise, dusts and odors. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Vigor and its wholly owned subsidiaries provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veterans, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Vigor complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, benefits, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.VM-PDX-1496834

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