A Quality Control (QC) Inspector is a high visibility position; therefore, the inspector must always present themselves in a professional manner, with honesty and integrity. A QC Inspector must possess good interpersonal skills and willingness to learn. A QC Inspector is an individual who observes, monitors, and documents the execution of construction work performed in the field by the client and contractors crews. A QC Inspector primarily performs quality inspections on work currently being performed or work that has been recently completed, utilizing established checklists. A QC Inspector will also perform and document field safety audits, utilizing the client's Safety Website.
Qualifications: Candidates for the Overhead QC Inspector positions will have to successfully complete and/or demonstrate knowledge of: Client QC Inspector Qualification Training, Proficiency using the Client Standards (C-Specs), Proficiency using Client maps and locating equipment in the field, Knowledge of Client work practices and procedures, Knowledge of the Client Safety Rule Book and other safety rules. Complete knowledge of how to build a build a pole, install pole attachments (transformers, capacitor banks, repeaters, etc), Be able to show competency equivalent to a Client Overhead Lineman. Contractor candidates holding current industry certifications for performing overhead activities will be evaluated and portions of the above requirements may be waived.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities: A QC Inspector’s primary duties are (but are not limited to:) Spend 95+% of their time in the field performing QC inspections, Inspection of existing Client facilities such as URD cables, splices, terminations, transformers, and other facilities as required, Observe the construction of URD splices and terminations while being constructed, Document identified deviations in QCI in a timely manner, Conduct and document Safety Audits as required, Attend weekly staff meetings