Under supervision, to make at the plant or field inspections of average difficulty of the fabrication, installation, or testing of electrical material for electric generating and pumping plants; and to do other related work.
At project sites, inspects incoming shipments of electrical material for quality, completeness, damage, and conformance to plans and specifications and arranges for corrective work as necessary; checks contractor's handling and storage of items; inspects the installation, participates in acceptance tests, and prepares field reports on installed equipment; or at vendor's plant, inspects for quality, completeness, and conformance to plans and specifications a variety of electrical material during fabrication, manufacture, or assembly. Typical electrical material includes generators, control boards, substations, conduit and lighting systems, transformers, circuit breakers, motors and electrical components of air- conditioning and ventilating systems, oil and water handling systems, cranes, hoists, conductors and cables, switchyard and substation equipment and instrumentation systems.
Five years of experience in quality control or inspection of the manufacture, fabrication, assembly, or installation and testing of electrical components for electric generating and pumping plants or other related structures.
Knowledge of: Methods, procedures, material and equipment, and accepted safety practices used in the fabrication, manufacture, assembly, installation, and testing of electrical material for electric generating and pumping plants and other related structures.
Ability to: Read and write English at a level required for successful job performance; interpret plans and specifications; make quality control inspections of electrical material for electric generating and pumping plants for conformance with specifications, and note and report apparent changes required; inspect the installation and assist in the start-up and testing operations for large electrical components of electric generating and pumping plants; work cooperatively with other inspectors and contractor's staff; analyze situations accurately and take effective action.
Education equivalent to completion of the 12th grade.