Quality Integrated Services

  • Electrical and Instrumentation Inspector

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    Electrical and Instrumentation
  • Overview

    The EI Inspector will primarily have responsibility for inspections and tests pertaining to a specific craft such as electrical & instrumentation. Their duties and responsibilities require that they will be both knowledgeable and experienced in all phases of pipeline construction and inspection.


    • Advise Construction Engineer of all decisions, problems, and possible alternatives in the assigned activities, and suggestions as to solutions to field problems. 
    • Assures that all construction activities are in accordance with the Client Company's specification codes and standards and that the latest specifications as stated in the National Electrical Code are strictly adhered to. 
    • Assure that all safety procedures are adhered to. 
    • Receive and thoroughly inspect all mechanical, electrical and instrumentation equipment and assure that it arrives in acceptable condition. 
    • Assure that all calibration equipment was recently calibrated to national standards. 
    • Become thoroughly familiar with all electrical and instrumentation hook-ups and their functions. 
    • Record and maintain accurate records concerning damage to equipment and take steps to repair or replace, if neccessary.
    • Additional dutes as assigned.


    • Minimum of 5 years experience as an Electrical Inspector of which at least two years are of general pipeline or plant experience with an emphasis in electrical power and control system construction methods. 
    • Possess a working knowledge of the National Electrical Code and ISA standards. 
    • Ability to read and interpret piping and instrumentation drawings pertaining to the construction project. 
    • API 1169 certification a plus.  Will be required of all inspection personnel by 2019.  It is advised all inspection personnel acquire this certification as soon as possible.


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