COATING INSPECTOR required by our Client, an International Oil & Gas EPC Contractor, to be based in Pt Hanjung, Indonesia.



It is the responsibility of the employee to safety and diligently perform the duties assigned to the above position as set out hereunder

The Coating Inspector shall be responsible for monitoring the daily activities of the Contractor's Coating Inspectors

Provide technical support to resolve issues in relation to the Contractor's blasting and painting operations.

Reporting Relationships:

Position line reports to:Site Manager


The Coating Inspector will be required to conduct all work related activities in such a manner that the health and safety of all persons on the work site be of his prime concern
All personnel shall be mindful of the condition and protection of the environment at all times
All personnel are empowered to stop the work and highlight any safety or environmental deficiencies of any kind which may occur in the execution of the work by contractors, subcontractors and/or vendors
All accidents shall be reported


The Coating Inspector will be required to:

Comply with all applicable safety instructions and procedures
Ensure effective implementation of project procedures in accordance with the Contractor's Project Quality Plan
Ensure that in all matters due diligence is observed at all times and initiatives taken to secure the required results
Ensure that all information, both written and spoken, obtained in the course of the work is handled with confidentiality
Ensure that the work is carried out in a professional manner and in compliance with applicable contracts, Company policies and relevant laws and regulations
Actively monitor work in progress, identify problem areas and provide technical solutions
Ensure wherever possible completion within time and budget of assigned projects tasks
Bring forward suggestions for improvements within the areas of responsibility
Undertake any other work and/or responsibilities as may be required to assist the project

The Coating Inspector shall also be required to:

Monitor the Contractor QC activities associated with blasting and painting operations
Monitor the receipt, preservation and handling of coating materials and equipment procured by the Contractor
Ensure effective implementation of ITPs and attend at Witness and Hold points as and when notified by the Contractor
Provide proactive attendance during coating system qualifications
Review and approve proposed coating systems
Inspection of works in progress, specifically the preparation of steelwork and the application of coating systems by the Contractor, to ensure compliance with project specified requirements
Regular review of coating records
Providing input to progress reporting as required
Attend and participate in all necessary QC team meetings
Assist and provide QC support to the Company site team in clarification/resolution on issues related to blasting and painting
If necessary provide assistance and participate as required in monitoring the offsite coating activ8ities of the Contractor's sub-vendors


Formal qualifications in Coating Inspection (NACE preferred)
Suitably experience and conversance with Industry Codes and Standards such as NACe, SSPC, ISO 1461, 8501-1, 2409, 4625, RAL and relevant EN standards
Good understanding of QA/QC requirements for final documentation on oil and gas related construction projects
Minimum 15 years hands on experience as a Coating Inspector on major construction projects with minimum 5 years in a supervisory role
Working knowledge and experience of the application of Passive Fire Protection
Working knowledge and experience of the application of cryogenic insulation

Basic skills:

Proactive approach to resolving quality issues
Basic computing skills and working knowledge of MS Office Word/Excel
Formal safety training
Effective communication and reporting skills
Previous experience of working within multicultural organisation

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