We are recruiting a QC Mechanical Inspector  for a nuclear facility in Waynesboro, GA.

Role description

Position will be 80% office 20% field.




  • Willing to support (Night shift) as needed for testing and project inspections
  • Support field inspections & document results as required by the Quality Program
  • Work package review for insertion & completion of hold points
  • Participate in acceptance testing, assessments & inspections supporting Mechanical systems
  • Participate & lead efforts pertaining to Mechanical inspection planning

Essential skills

  • Current Stone & Webster Mechanical ANSI N45.2.6 certification preferred: prior (within 5 years) certification will be considered upon verification.
  • Currently certified, able to certify, or prior (within 5 years) certification will be considered upon verification to the following Stone & Webster Level II ITM’s;
      • 315 Mechanical Equipment
      • 335 Mechanical Piping
      • 333 Mechanical Pressure Testing
  • Proficient with Mechanical P&ID/Isometric Drawing interpretation
  • Proficient with identifying valve & piping defects &/or discontinuities
  • Proficient in Mechanical Torqueing Specifications & Procedural adherences
  • Proficient in ASME III Code requirements
  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint functions
  • Familiar with Maximo and the work order planning process
  • Proficient in documenting inspection results in a clear & concise manner
  • Capable of bending, crawling, climbing, &/or twisting in a safe & productive manner
  • Must possess a clear understanding of NQA-1 requirements & culture

Desired skills

  • ANSI Level II or Level III Mechanical Quality Control Inspector Certification
Published by Thomas Thor

Thomas Thor Associates is a consulting and recruitment organisation providing services to the global nuclear sector. We represent nuclear industry experts and provide nuclear jobs to our clients for either freelance contract assignments or permanent staff positions.

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