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Senior Quality Verification Inspector - LaSalle

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Location: MARSEILLES, IL, United States
Organization: Constellation Energy Generation, LLC
Job ID: 235343
Date Posted: Feb 4, 2022
Job: Support Services

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Plan, coordinate, monitor, and perform day-to-day QV inspections to comply with company and regulatory requirements and commitments. Train, qualify, and certify other QV inspectors as required for them to obtain needed inspection certifications. Oversee inspection activities performed by supplemental QV support personnel assigned to the site for inspections involving major modifications / projects and during outage activities. Review work packages to verify QV hold points are installed where required for maintenance activities and design changes to safety-related and augmented quality plant systems, structures, and components.

  • Plan, coordinate, and conduct QV inspection activities at your home site to comply with company and regulatory requirements. Review work packages to ensure insertion of QV hold points and compliance with inspection requirements. Attend work control meetings as needed to develop QV coverage schedules for day-to-day shift coverage, manpower requirements, overtime, and managing the inspection function in a safe and cost effective manner. Coordinate the identification of contract inspectors required for special projects and high work load times. (50%)
  • Track and maintain QV certifications and qualifications current through the periodic performance and documentation of inspection activities or capability demonstrations as required by regulations and company policies. Develop and present initial and continuing training as requested. Provide indoctrination and OJT training as needed for other QV inspectors in support of certification activities. Perform annual evaluations of other inspectors as needed to support certification maintenance. Perform reviews of QV staff augmentation qualification and certification documentation to verify compliance with NQA-1 or equivalent requirements. (10%)
  • Provide oversight of supplemental QV inspectors in accordance with site and corporate requirements and expectations. Interface with preferred vendors to coordinate procurement of contracted inspector resources, coordinate in processing / training of contract QV inspectors, and provide vendor feedback on performance in accordance with site and corporate requirements and expectations. (10%)
  • Develop, maintain, review, and revise QV inspection procedures to facilitate and enhance inspection practices and maintain compliance with codes, standards, regulatory requirements and company commitments. Perform special assignments as directed by management. Develop QV inspection techniques for improving efficiency, reducing dose, cost and support conflicts. Maintain industry knowledge (OPEX) with regards to QV issues. Review and evaluate QA program used by outside vendors to verify acceptance and compliance with regulatory requirements and company policies. (10%)
  • Review outage schedules and interface with site management to identify needed resources, costs and certifications for QV support. Develop staffing plans and schedules as needed to support special project and refuel outage QV coverage needs. Attend project and team meetings as necessary for purpose of planning, support and budget for QV activities. (10%)
  • Support fleet initiatives and QV inspection resource needs at other sites during refuel outages or special projects. (10%)

  • Plan, coordinate, monitor and perform daily and outage QV inspections as required to implement the Independent Inspection Plan.
  • Oversee the work activities of supplemental QV personnel during outages and major modification activities. Provide training and certification of QV personnel as appropriate.
  • Interface with all levels of craft and station/corporate management as necessary in an effort to improve inspection processes and communicate issues and trends.
  • Review work packages for proper insertion of QV hold points.
  • Perform additional duties as assigned by NOS management.
  • last update 11/20/2017


  • Four-year college degree with a minimum of 5 years industry experience; OR
  • Associate degree in a related discipline with a minimum of 7 years of industry experience; OR
  • High school diploma with a minimum of 10 plus years of industry experience.
  • Possess certification as a Level II or III QV inspector in the Welding discipline in accordance with NQA-1 (1994) requirements.
  • Possess certifications as a Level II or III QC inspector in two or more inspection disciplines in accordance with NQA-1 (1994) requirements in addition to Welding certification.
  • Demonstrated ability to become certified as a Level III QC Inspector.
  • Demonstrated ability to interface with the craft and management and clearly communicate issues regarding non-compliance

  • Possess multiple Level III QC certifications
  • 4-year technical degree
  • Successful completion of core supervisory/management training and development programs
  • Previous supervisory experience in Operations, Maintenance / craft, Work Control, Engineering or Supply Management

Exelon is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and employees or applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to: age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law.

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