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URS Seeks Shipboard Coating Inspector

Thursday, March 8, 2012

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URS Corp. is actively seeking an experienced coating Inspector to inspect shipboard corrosion and preservation issues in the Norfolk, VA, area.

Classified: Coating inspector

The candidate will be required to:

• Inspect and identify areas of corrosion in tanks, voids, ventilation, plenums, bilges, masts and superstructures;

• Distinguish areas where coatings have failed and rust or corrosion is present;

• Categorize damage as localized or scattered;

• Define conditions according to ASTM D610.5; and

• Complete assessments, give recommendations, and perform related duties as assigned or requested.

The candidate must have:

• Completed NACE Shipboard Corrosion Assessment Training (S-CAT);

• Completed coating assessments on a minimum of 50 corrosion-prone spaces or 100 hours of assessments in corrosion-prone spaces;

• Knowledge of state-of-the-art coating installations protocols by NAVSEA 05;

• Demonstrated familiarity with the CCIMS database and inspection reporting forms; and

• Written and verbal skills necessary to complete documentation used for coating repair and assessment decision making.

URS Corp., a Fortune 500 company, is a fully integrated engineering, construction and technical services organization with the capabilities to support every stage of the project life cycle.

Learn more about this position.

   

Tagged categories: Ballast tanks; Coating failure; Coating inspection; Condition assessment; Corrosion; Marine Coatings; NACE; Personnel

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