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Electrical Inspector Interview Questions

31 Electrical Inspector Interview Questions
Question 1 of 31
Tell me how you stay on top of inspections and projects to ensure a continued flow of work.
User-Submitted Answers
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Make notes and communicate withecontrsctors.
2.
Make rfi before one day from inspection.
3.
By making sure the work done as per SAES,NEC
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According to the completion of site construction works; the inspections are carried out.
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I do routine surveillance and do inspections of the completed activities with PID and do prepare RFI for the next day.
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Lay out the job location and make a plan on how best to travel to those locations acourding to distance and priority .
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Manage the process for the identification of all maintenance needs.
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In my daily inspection at the job site I learned that the works was done are the same and as per approved shop drawing.
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I will prioritize any inspection based on their nature.
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Question 2 of 31
How do you handle stressful situations?
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I will review my plans.Give my priority to the quality standards.
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I will analyze the situation then prioritez the situation based on the problem.
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I think about the situation& think how make a solution to it.
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Finding the problem first and then we will get the solution.
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Try to keep an open mind and to to solve any issues.
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Be a humble person I can handle the stressful situation.
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First I will think what to do in work and how to simplest.
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What are key tasks for an Electrical inspector?
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By relax in the office and making report.
10.
With my willing ability for any chalange and my good grip on my job.
Question 3 of 31
Walk me through your background as an electrical inspector.
User-Submitted Answers
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3years electrical inspector.
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It was wonderful experience for me to improve my technical knowledge in my core subject as well as my career growth also.
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I have been working as an electrical qc engineer for the past two years.I have undertaken many electrical indoor substation project.I have always tried my best to give priority to the IEC standards.
4.
I was check the mo motor in my previous company because the temperature has coming up to 100 Celsius, and it will automatic trip due to setting of required of manufacture of my motor.
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Working as a electrical for the past 2 years, having valuable knowledge on the inspections.
6.
Worked on aramco project as electrical inspector, conducted inspection & making sure the work done is meeting the saes & saic, nes SBC and all standard.
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In pakistan there is a company with name of soleri traders pakistan I work there as electrical junior engineer after that I came in ksa here I join GSCA in petro rabigh project as electrical supervisor after I came in quality department and work with GS NEOTEK under petro rabigh and I got arramco approval for working I work three years as electrical qc.
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My experience as electrical qc electrical inspector first of all by working as a supervisor for construction team and develop my knowledge and skills by study of international code with actual learning on site and long working developments.
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12 years in oil and gas construction project.
10.
I am serving as a electrical sub inspector in government of gujarat since 2 and half year.I have inspected LT as well as HT electrical installation under electricity act 2003.
Question 4 of 31
What can you do for us that other candidates can't?
User-Submitted Answers
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To inform about the related works of electrical inspector.
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I doesn't like to compare with other but my intense is to give best solution for every work in radius with in target time.
3.
Take my job for the passion not the money. Uphold the core values that are expected.
4.
I can achieve the goal which others can't do. I can do hard work for any new things to get it and learn more and more.
5.
Different people has different capabilities.I think my biggest strength is that I will be able to tackle stressful condition in a lighter way but with prior importance to the project goals.
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I have on the job installation experience, so I can see it from the contractors point of view.
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Because I am confident to perform my job 100%
8.
Because I am confident to perform my job100% mostly people jest speack I will do.
9.
Because I am associate engineering in electrical with related experience.
10.
Thoughtful, conscience and as I did want it done right.
Question 5 of 31
What makes you the best person for this job?
User-Submitted Answers
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My qualification (my unicersity degree) my experience and my ambition to work.
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My struggle and hard working.
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My qualification, experience and my self confidence makes me the best suited for the job.
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My experience and qualification related to electrical qa/qc.
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Hard working,Dedication,Organized performance.
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My frindlly behaviour of work and no compromise with the quality of construction under my job.
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Good enough to check the requirment for the qa.
8.
I learning a lot of experience and challenging.
9.
Giving an good quality output from QA / QC..
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My skill, experience, education, personality and background on the job.
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About Electrical Inspector

February 20th, 2017

Electrical Inspectors are responsible for checking the electrical components in different types of constructions, from residential homes and smaller outhouses to large commercial buildings and factories. As an electrical inspector, you will be required to know how to use a broad range of meters and other devices to carry out inspections of a building's electrical wiring and other components and ensure that they are in order and comply with government standards. In addition to checking wiring and lighting, your responsibilities will also include inspecting generators, motors, different appliances and air-conditioning and heating systems.

To work as an electrical inspector, you must have a thorough knowledge of city building codes and all legalities that pertain to electrical aspects of any construction. You must be physically fit, enjoy working alone and have excellent time management skills. Completing an apprenticeship or getting some experience will increase your chances of landing a job that pays well.

At your interview for an electrical inspector job, your interviewer will want to check two crucial things - your knowledge about what the job entails and your experience in the field. It 's hard to have a portfolio prepared for this job, but you can boost your chances of getting a job by making sure you get a referral from your previous employer. If you do not have any work experience, make sure you get a testimonial or referral from the supervisor under whom you did your apprenticeship.