Job Title: Transmission & Substation QC Inspector
Location: Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181
Duration: 2 years (W2)
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Transmission & Substation Quality Control Inspector – Senior Grade
A Quality Control (QC) Inspector for client 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 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 Safety Website
Work Experience - Candidates for the Transmission & Substation QC Inspector positions:
• Shall have 5+ years of experience in the electrical utility Transmission & Substation construction field or in a related area.
• Shall have knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within electrical utility construction field.
• Shall possess the ability to read and understand blue prints
• Shall not be an existing Client employee
Past QC Inspector experience is preferred. Nuclear QC Inspector background would be viewed favorable.
Qualifications - Candidates for the Transmission & Substation QC Inspector positions will have to successfully complete and/or demonstrate knowledge of:
• Client QC Inspector Qualification Training
• Proficiency using the Client Construction Standards (C-Specs)
• Proficiency using Client maps and locating equipment in the field
• Knowledge of Client work Safety Rule Book practices and procedures
• Ability to read and understand construction blue prints.
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 cable splices, terminations, transformers, and other facilities as required
• Observe the construction of cable 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
• Candidates who require per diem or other travel expenses will not be considered at this time.
• PPE/FR reimbursement of up to $500/assignment will be allowed to off-set the purchase of the following items (as necessary for those contractors who may not have some or all of the following): Class E Hardhat, Safety Glasses, FR Clothing (pants, shirt, jacket), FR High Visibility Safety Vest, Steel Toe Work Boots (must either be non-skid for the snow/ice or they need strap on non-skids).
• Contractors will be reimbursed for the use of their personal car through either a vehicle stipend of $800/month (expensed at $184.62/week) or for their mileage. If the contractor chooses the mileage option, please note that mileage for the purposes of this requisition is defined as miles that are driven after arrival at the Job site (mileage will not start at the contractor's home, but rather once they arrive at their first site for the day) and then throughout the work day, while conducting work activities and will be expensed only by contractors driving a personal vehicle. Miles driven between home and the Job site in the morning and at the end of the day are not to be added to the weekly totals for mileage expensed.
• Contractors will be reimbursed for the use of their personal cell phone at a rate of $50/month (to be expensed weekly in the amount of $11.54/week).