Facilities Inspectors in Burnaby at Johnson Service Group

Date Posted: 7/13/2022

Job Snapshot

Job Description

JobID: 387530

Facilities Inspectors

  • Facilities brownfield construction in an operating facility
  • Liaison and permitting with Operations
  • Liaison with Owners Rep, Engineering Rep, Contractors and Operators
  • Civil experience
  • Structural experience
  • Mechanical experience
  • CSO an asset
  • May be some night shift and weekend work

The Inspector plays a leading role in ensuring that the Pipeline Project is carried out correctly and that all construction activities comply with the undertakings to which JSG Professional Services ULC and our Inspectors are committed. The intent of all the inspection activities is to monitor, control, and ensure the minimization of construction practices or procedures which could have adverse effects on the safety of the work areas, the environment, or the final technical performance requirements of the pipeline system. This involves foresight and quick communicative action by all of the Inspectors involved. Such action must be conveyed to the Inspector’s immediate supervisor and also to the Contractor’s immediate supervisor on-site. The recognition of the need for early implementation of mitigation and corrective measures is a key function and responsibility of all Inspectors.

The Inspector acts as the Owner Company’s authorized representative for non-financial matters, continuously observes the Contractor’s progress and monitors all activities in their assigned areas in accordance with codes and standards; regulatory requirements; Owner Company safety and environmental requirements, drawings, plans, and specifications; as well as the terms of the construction contract or agreement. The Inspector may also be asked to assist other specialized Inspectors as directed.

Education & Certifications 

Pipeline Inspection Personnel may hold a valid industry recognized certification in the relevant trade(s), relevant experience or professional designation that may include but not be limited to: 

  • American Petroleum Institute (API) Certification – Successful completion of API examination API 1169.
  • Minimum of three (3) years of field inspection experience.
  • National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) Coating Inspector Certification Level II.  
  • Canadian Standards Association (CSA) / Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) Level II certified welding inspector for CSA Z662 scope.
  • Valid journeyman trade certificate with red seal to demonstrate discipline knowledge and competency. 
  • Ten (10) years’ experience as a journeyman pressure welder; 
  • Engineering degree or engineering technologist diploma in a directly related field
  • Ground Disturbance Level II training. 
  • 10 years experience in excavation and backfill in the pipeline industry as well as construction projects in the oil industry. 

Not Ready To Apply?

Joining our Talent Network will enhance your job search and application process. Whether you choose to apply or just leave your information, we look forward to staying connected with you.

Never miss out on a job opportunity again by signing up for our Talent Network to receive job alerts that match your interests and experience.

Connect With Us