As an Inspector for Integrity Environmental LLC (Integrity) this position works to perform a full
range of technical inspection work and reporting related to bulk fuel storage and other industrial
facilities to ensure compliance with plans, codes, specifications, provisions and standards. This is
a full-time, year-round staff position supporting the bulk fuels industry by providing environmental
permitting and periodic infrastructure inspection programs. This position provides steel tank and
pipeline inspection services as part of annual client inspection contracts throughout the State of
Alaska. The position is based in the Anchorage, Alaska area.
The Inspector publishes reports and other inspection documentation by stated deadlines with the
support of the technical writing team. The Inspector plans, schedules, and reviews assigned
inspection work. Provides technical assistance to all Integrity staff. Maintains and improves the
inspection equipment, processes and policies in support of Integrity’s goals.
This position is responsible for improving performance, productivity, efficiency and profitability
through the implementation of effective methods and strategies including:
• Travels frequently to remote locations to perform technical inspections of bulk fuel and other
industry infrastructure components in compliance with State regulations and engineering
• Ensures work adheres to applicable engineering standards; determines major and minor
defects; and evaluates appropriate actions in order to remedy defects as needed.
• Maintains field records, including sketches, photographs, drafting and narrative notes; prepares
written reports of inspections in accordance with Integrity standard operating procedures
• Ensures effective corrective measures by utilizing individual judgement in interpreting
engineering standard requirements and standards of methods, materials, and workmanship.
• Meet and confer with clients, contractors, and public agencies.
• Review client-provided inspection reports for adherence to current engineering standards.
Issues opinions on compliance and robustness of the data and reports as they pertain to the
• Represents Integrity at client, contractor, and public agency meetings regarding inspections
and engineering standards.
• Other duties as assigned, related to inspection and technical documentation.
There are significant travel requirements for this position. The exact dates and travel
responsibilities will be mutually agreed upon by both the employer and employee. Must be willing
and able to travel by small plane, boat, four-wheeler, snow machine (mobile) and other means of
traversing Alaska’s remote communities.
To perform the job successfully the employee must be able to perform each of the job duties in a
• ASNT Level 1 NDT and VT.
• STI SP001 certification OR API 653 certification. The applicant must have current certification
in one of these to be qualified for the position. The successful candidate will obtain the other
certification within 12 months of hire.
• Minimum of 3 years of experience doing related work.
• Knowledge of principles, practices, methods, materials, equipment and safety requirements of
engineering and inspection processes related to steel tanks and piping.
• Ability to detect flaws in methods and techniques of material testing.
• Able to follow company policy and processes for data collection, data distribution, and report
• Perform thorough field engineering inspections in accordance with referenced inspection
standards and requirements with a minimum of errors or omissions.
• Ability to make sound independent decisions within established Federal, State, and local laws,
codes, ordinances, policy, procedural guidelines and regulations pertaining to assigned areas
• Prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures, and other written
materials related to field engineering practices and basic design criteria for projects.
• Strong organization and prioritization skills within a variety of projects and multiple tasks in
an effective and timely manner; organize own work, set priorities, and meet critical time
• Effectively represent Integrity in contracts with governmental agencies, various business,
professional, and regulatory organizations, developers, and the public. Representation must
align with Integrity’s identified mission and values.
• Strong communication skills (written, verbal, and presentation) including comfort with
discussing technical details with Integrity staff and clients.
• In-depth knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, Word, Adobe Pro, AutoCad and
other related computer programs.
• Ability to work within online cloud-based office environments such as OneDrive and Google
• Ability to utilize Asana for project management and communication with Integrity Team.
• Knowledge of modern office practices, methods, and computer equipment.
• Must have the ability to be flexible with personal scheduling to meet travel requirements, and
• Current certifications in API 570, API 510, NACE CP1 or higher.
• Associate degree or higher in a related technical field.
• Experience in the inspection of bulk fuel storage, seafood processing or other industrial liquid
• Knowledge of project management software tools such as Asana.
• Experience with basic surveying principles and practices.
This position is based in the Anchorage or Mat-Su area of the State of Alaska. The applicant must
reside within a 50 mile driving distance of the Anchorage Ted Stevens International Airport.
Inspection duties are to be performed at field sites around Alaska. All travel details will be
mutually agreed upon by both the employer and employee. Travel percentage is typically higher
during warmer months and lower during the colder months when snow and ambient air
temperatures limit inspection capability. This position is a full-time, year round position and
includes office work such as inspection reporting, bid preparation assistance, and other office
All office duties are to be performed at the employee’s home and with their personal automobile.
No office space is provided with this job. To perform this job, the successful applicant must have
their own office space and high-speed internet to be dedicated to work activities. A company-
owned laptop, cell phone, and the most current versions of applicable software programs will be
provided by Integrity.
The applicant must possess a valid driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record and maintain
automobile insurance with the following coverage rates: Bodily Injury $100,000 / $300,000 while
employed by Integrity.
Must possess mobility to work in virtual and standard office settings. Must possess ability to
inspect various client sites, including traversing uneven terrain, climbing ladders, stairs, and other
temporary or construction access points in all weather conditions. Must be able to operate a motor
vehicle and have a clean driving record. Must be able to pass a visual acuity eye exam to meet the
requirements of the ASNT visual examination. Employee must be able to lift, carry, push, and pull
materials and objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS
As the Inspector for Integrity your compensation will be $35-$50 per hour depending on
Additional benefits will include, but are not limited to:
• Paid time off (PTO) & holiday pay
• Health insurance (Blue Cross BlueShield in 2022)
• Retirement benefits with 3% company matching
• Ongoing paid training as determined by employer to include obtaining and renewing
professional certifications agreed upon in employee training plan
• Workman’s Compensation coverage as determined by employer
• Stipend to assist with relocation costs (if applicable)
Benefits not included:
• Long-term or Short-term insurance
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