-- Perform responsibilities as an inspector and / or Maintenance Inspection Coordinator (MIC) in accordance with Fleet Procedure EN-MA-102, - Inspection Program.
-- Select, perform, conduct and document results of inspections, examinations and testing to verify conformance to specified requirements (ANSI N45.2.4 - Electrical and I&C inspections; ANSI N45.2.8 - Mechanical Inspections).
-- Select appropriate Hold Points for maintenance work activities and ensure they are appropriately contained in the applicable work order / procedure.
-- Select and perform inspections of routine and non-routine maintenance and construction-like activities.
-- Use appropriate inspection equipment and M&TE when performing applicable inspection activities.
-- Ensure ANSI N45.2.6 Qualifications and certifications are current, including eye exams, prior to performing inspections (See EN-QV-111, Training and Certification of Inspection / Verification and Examination Personnel.)
-- Review and approve inspection, examination and testing procedures.
Quality Control Specialists will be required to exercise stop work authority over non-conforming production and engineering activities that present a significant risk to plant equipment and/or personnel.
Reports to: Mgr, QA*
- While performing inspections activities, the inspection personnel functionally report to and have direct access to the Manager, QA for resolution of concerns.
-- Demonstrated proficiency in their use of and capability in determining calibration status of equipment and M&TE used to perform the inspections.
-- Demonstrated ability to obtain and maintain QC Qualifications.
-- Knowledge of nuclear and other regulatory quality / QAPM requirements.
-- Ability to effectively work and communicate with others in the organization including good oral and written communication skills.
-- Level II Inspector - High school graduate or have earned a GED equivalent plus one year of satisfactory performance as a level I in the corresponding inspection, examination or test category or class; or
-- High school graduate or have earned a GED equivalent plus three years of related experience in equivalent inspection, examination, testing activities/ equivalent activities; or
-- Completion of college-level work leading to an associate degree in a related discipline plus one year of related experience in equivalent inspection, examination, testing activities / equivalent activities; or
-- Four-year College graduate plus six months of related experience in equivalent inspection, examination, testing activities / equivalent activities.
-- ANSI Level II or III Inspector.
As a provider of essential services, Entergy expects its employees to be available to work additional hours, to work in alternate locations, and/or to perform additional duties in connection with storms, outages, emergencies, or other situations as deemed necessary by the company.
Exempt employees may not be paid overtime associated with such duties.