Stantec CM/Welding Inspector in Canada
CM/Welding Inspector - ( 210002MW )
As energy availability becomes increasingly critical, there’s no end to the scope and significance of your work — and to where it can take you at Stantec. Every day, we’re problem-solving and collaborating on projects that are as challenging as they are impactful. Whether designing a transformational cross-country pipeline, optimizing facilities, verifying the safety and reliability of an asset, or in the field overseeing construction projects, you’ll be joining a team of recognized industry experts on work that’s critical to our clients and our communities. The Oil & Gas industry is changing — and we’re helping clients stay ahead of the change. Join a team that’s working together with industry to deliver innovation for the long term on some of the most important and interesting projects around the world.
The Construction Manager (CM) typically reports to the Project Manager (PM) or Client Representative and is responsible those tasks listed under the heading Project responsibilities. These tasks may vary from project to project so the project specific roles and responsibilities should be updated as required for the project.
The primary responsibility of the CM is to monitor and report on the work being executed on site by the Construction Contractor(s) and their sub-contractors to assist Client in ensuring the work is being executed in accordance with the construction contract. The CM is responsible for overseeing a team that typically consists of project controls, quality inspectors, and administration staff. The CM will advise Client on any issues or risks observed and provide recommendations on proposed remedial actions for Client’s approval.
The CM may participate in pre-construction activities supporting engineering, estimating, logistics, supply chain and execution planning related activities from a construction perspective.
At the direction of the Client, the CM may also lead the construction execution planning process including but not limited to, communications management, reporting requirements, change management, project controls, scheduling, quality management, risk management, material management, environmental management, regulatory and permitting, and logistics associated with the field construction operations that will take place for the project, reporting to the Project Manager (PM). The construction execution planning exercise will be coordinated with the Client, the Construction Contractor(s) and other stakeholders. Additionally, the CM will provide preconstruction development support of execution strategies development and assist in constructability reviews.
Your Key Responsibilities
The hybrid role of Construction Monitor, Welding & Coating Inspector (CMI) is a position that typically supports our pipeline integrity projects. This position typically reports to the Project Manager (PM) or Client Representative and is responsible for those tasks listed under the heading Project responsibilities. These tasks may vary from project to project so the project specific roles and responsibilities should be updated as required for the project.
The primary responsibility of the CMI is to monitor and report on the work being executed on site by the Construction Contractor and their sub-contractors to assist the PM/Client in ensuring the work is being executed in accordance with the construction contract. The CMI also provides a quality assurance role overseeing the Contractors work to validate compliance with design requirements. The CMI will advise the PM and/or Client on any issues or risks observed and provide recommendations on proposed remedial actions for Client’s approval. The CMI does not have authority to make these decisions independently without PM/Client approval.
CMI provides construction monitoring and inspection services for site construction work.
The CMI monitoring and reporting function will include making recommendations on proposed remedial actions for PM/Client’s approval. The CMI does not have fiscal authority to make these decisions independently without PM/Client approval.
Prime Contractor responsibility for health and safety rests with the Client or the Construction Contractor. The CMI provides Health and Safety oversight and has authority to stop work that is unsafe and not in compliance with the project specific safety plan. The term Prime Contractor as it relates to who is ultimately responsible for site Health and Safety varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction and may be edited as it applies to the local terminology.
Collect certifications from construction personnel executing critical tasks to ensure they are properly qualified.
Issue incident reports and nonconformance reports and follow up on investigations and reporting on whether corrective actions have been put in place. Information to be effectively communicated to the whole construction team.
Provides constructability support to the project team as may be required.
Provide input to PM/Client with development of the Construction Execution Plan (CEP)
Provide quality assurance for the construction work. Includes approval of inspection test plans and inspections of hold points. Main area’s for QA that are needed is Welding and Coating inspection. Other QA work the CMI is required to support they can engage technical support as may be required depending on the level of expertise the CMI has for the specific tasks.
Issue nonconformance reports where the Contractor has not met requirements for the work and oversee implementation of corrective actions.
Identify and communicate issues and risks to the PM/Client as they are identified. Work with the PM to document issues and risks and make recommendations as to remedial actions necessary to mitigate risks as part of the overall risk management plan.
Provide input to PM/Client on Contractors performance. Identify area’s that may need improvement.
Provide daily reports on work completed along with taking pictures of the work.
Validate Contractor daily Labour, equipment & material reports (LEM) for quantities only. Rates will be validated by project controls team.
Support request for information process.
Provide input to PM/Client on change requests being made by the Contractor
Review Construction Contractors material management program for compliance with preservation as recommended by suppliers.
Coordination of free issued material with supply chain management and Construction Contractor.
Establish document turnover requirements and maintain records as required
Document construction deficiency and maintain as action items to be completed prior to project close out.
Manage/coordinate work with Stantec sub-consultants (if any - NDE/Survey) with the contractor’s work.
The tasks listed above are typical general roles and responsibilities but must be tailored to each project.
Education and Experience
Post-secondary and/or 10-15 years industry experience equivalent.
Minimum of 10 years of industry experience on Major Project in a leadership role
5 years in a supervisory type experience on construction projects
CWB 2 certification
NACE level 2 Certification.
Position will work in office and field setting. Visit’s construction sites and works in outside weather conditions.
As an Independent Contractor, this contract will require proof that you are Incorporated and Registered with Provincial WCB coverage
This description is not a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that may be required of the employee and other duties, responsibilities and activities may be assigned or may be changed at any time with or without notice.
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Primary Location : Canada-Ontario-Markham
Other Locations : Canada-Ontario-Toronto, Canada-Ontario-Barrie, Canada-Ontario-Kitchener, Canada-Ontario, Canada-Alberta, Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada-Saskatchewan-Saskatoon, Canada-Ontario-North Bay, Canada-Alberta-Edmonton, Canada-Ontario-Oshawa, Canada-Ontario-Mississauga, Canada-Ontario-London, Canada-Ontario-Whitby, Canada-Ontario-Ottawa, Canada, Canada-Ontario-Windsor, Canada-Manitoba, Canada-Ontario-Waterloo
Job : Construction Manager
Organization : BC-1172 Oil & Gas-CA Alberta North
Employee Status : Contract
Job Level : Individual Contributor
Travel : Yes, 100 % of the Time
Schedule : Full-time
Job Posting : Nov 19, 2021, 11:03:17 AM
Req ID: 210002MW
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