Piping Inspector Jobs
How to Enter
To successfully secure a role as a Piping Inspector, it’s recommended to complete a Bachelor of Engineering degree specialising in Mechanical or Civil Engineering. Alternatively, significant industry experience may make up for the lack of industry qualifications in this field.
The typical responsibilities of a Piping Inspector can include any of the following:
- Supervising pipe installations to ensure correct measures, methods and materials are used
- Conducting pipe vibration tests
- Conducting thermal analysis of piping systems
- Conducting piping stress tests
- Writing reports on the suitability and sustainability of piping systems
- Ensuring all piping systems adhere to regulatory and Health & Safety standards
Many Piping Inspectors often take their careers forward by specialising in pipe design and become a Piping Designer. With further training, they can then move towards other areas of Engineering Design, such as a CAD Designer. Alternatively, they can also move into other areas of engineering, such as Mechanical or Civil.
80K+ per annum (NZD)
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