-- 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.
Entergy Corporation - 2 years ago
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