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Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) - Inspection Supervisor (Split Shift - 12pm - 10pm)
The CWI – Inspection Supervisor is responsible for overseeing Nello’s inspectors and Quality Control / inspection processes.
AWS D1.1 Certified Weld Inspector
Education and Experience
- 5+ Years Experience as an Inspection Supervisor in a D1.1. weld shop.
- Experience in Transmission Pole industry would be a plus.
- Ability to read and understand part drawings as well as supplier submitted documents such as certificates of compliance.
- Familiarity with PCs and IPADs .
High School education or GED required. Associates degree preferred. 5+ years of experience as an Inspection Supervisor / CWI required
. Knowledge of Non-Destructive Testing methods preferred.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Supervise Nello’s Quality Inspectors. This includes:
Essential Skills / Abilities
- Participating in hiring of new inspectors.
- Training and/or organizing training for inspectors.
- Reviewing production schedule and creating a schedule for inspectors to appropriately support production.
- Reviewing requirements for inspection equipment and supplies and maintaining appropriate levels for each.
- Monitoring calibration of inspection equipment, directing calibration of equipment either by equipment manufacturers or through development and execution of internal calibration procedures.
- Review requirements and create/update Inspection work instructions / checklists to support/improve inspection processes.
- Notify supervisors and other personnel of production problems and assist in identifying and correcting these problems.
- Support development of welder qualifications as need required.
- Review and perform CWI sign off on inspections/work orders.
- Work with 3rd party or customer inspectors as Nello’s inspection representative as required.
- Supporting the inspection process by performing inspections when necessary.
- Knowledgeable in welding fabrication processes – particularly GMAW and SAW.
- Ability to read and interpret production drawings, specifications, weld symbols, and codes.
- Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills.
Ability to troubleshoot and make continuous improvements; apply engineering principles to analyze and evaluate data. Self-starter with ability to work with minimal supervision. Acceptable prior performance, safety, and attendance record.