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  • Job reference: RMS0134485

Plant Inspector

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Qatar - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 27/11/2013
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The Role:
Please note that this position is available on a residential basis only.

50% of the work time will be spent outdoors, exposed to prevailing weather and plant conditions exposed to heat, dirt, and fumes and inside equipment (5%).
50% of the work will be spent indoors using computers for preparing reports, data input, working on Wincairs, referring to codes and standards and up-dating inspection document folders.


Assists and participates in inspecting plant stationary equipment as assigned, including pressure vessels, columns, drums, heat exchangers, boilers, coolers, tanks, valves and piping systems throughout the plant. Enters equipment, observes conditions and makes preliminary interpretations. Assist in testing and certifying welders and welding procedures.
Carries out as required non-destructive tests using the required instruments, tools and NDT equipment. Prepares inspection reports with all findings, abnormalities and recommendations. Implements computerized inspection management program through Wincairs. Maintains inspection instruments, tools and equipment in proper working conditions, prepares site inspection reports.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Experience in inspection and testing work and in a petrochemical or chemical plant. A qualification (ASNT, CSWIP, COFREND or equivalent) in NDT techniques will be viewed favourably.
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