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Process/Piping QA/QC

Phoenix, AZ
  • Expired: March 09, 2023. Applications are no longer accepted.
Process Piping QA/QC

Responsibilities (including but not limited to):
  • Responsible for inspecting all fabricated and installed piping, mechanical equipment, skids, modular systems, and components per project specifications.
  • Perform all necessary inspection on process systems including but not limited to witnessing of all pressure test, flushing, cleaning, and passivation of fabricated and installed pipe.
  • Review and approval of Quality Plans, ITPs, PQR, WPS, WPQ, inspection procedures, records for installed pipe which would include weld map log, PMI, slope checks, and traceability logs, and other associated records of installed pipe.
  • Inspections of mechanical assemblies and sub-assemblies for alignment and proper functioning, prepare reports and notify appropriate people of equipment problems and deficiencies, ensure compliance with codes and standard.
  • Reports of all inspections must be uploaded to the project EIDA electronic documentation system.
  • Responsible for ensuring the Piping Subcontractor comply with the ASME standards and use the proper equipment to make the orbital welding works, also follow the project specifications.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all the valves, tubing, fittings, instruments and any components will be submitted and approved in accordance with the project drawings and specifications.
  • Responsible for verifying that all inspectors under the subcontractors for this project are qualified to perform the inspections they are tasked with in accordance with the project specifications.
  • Responsible for the initiation of any Surveillance Reports and Non-Conformance Reports and updating the Surveillance Reports and NCR log as a result of any adverse findings during any inspections or witnessed inspections.
  • Perform periodic quality checks for all welding performed to ensure that the welding procedures submitted to the contractor are being followed.
  • Verify that all welders are certified to perform the work they are assigned in accordance with the project specifications and the welder qualification list.
  • Monitor the Subcontractors Welder Performance Qualification Record (WPQR) for welders reject rate and notify the Contractor of any trends or risks to the project.

  • Complete understanding of semiconductor process systems including ultra-high purity and cleaned for oxygen service stainless steel systems, and ultra-pure water systems and the ability to competently inspect pipe/tube welds and systems
  • Knowledge of systems must include all field and workshop fabrication/construction protocols and means and methods as outlined by industry standard specifications including systems testing and acceptance
  • Experience and knowledge of processed piping systems
  • Must be able to read P&ID (Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams)
  • CWI or NDE Level II with minimum of 3 year's experience
  • Familiarity with B31.3 and ASME Section 9
  • Computer skills required: MS Office, Bluebeam, PowerPoint

MSR-FSR offers a comprehensive benefit package including medical/dental/vision insurance, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance, and 401(k) with matching contributions. Apply now or contact our team to be a part of an innovative group of Engineers, Technicians, and Tradesmen.

MSR-FSR is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability or any other legally protected status.




Phoenix, AZ



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