Field Quality Surveyor in Tata Wind Projects

The Role of Field Quality Surveyor in Tata Wind Projects

Wind energy is becoming an increasingly important source of renewable energy globally, and companies such as Tata Power are leading the charge in developing and implementing wind projects. To ensure the quality of these projects, it is critical to have skilled and knowledgeable professionals who can oversee the construction and operation of the wind turbines and other equipment. One such key role in wind projects is the field quality surveyor. In this article, we’ll explore the role of a field quality surveyor in Tata wind projects.

Responsibilities of Field Quality Surveyor in Tata Wind Projects:

  1. Conducting regular site visits to assess the quality of the wind project components and equipment during the construction phase.
  2. Ensuring that the installation and commissioning of wind turbines, electrical systems, and other components are performed according to the specified standards and procedures.
  3. Collaborating with the contractors, engineers, and other stakeholders to resolve any quality-related issues that arise during the construction phase.
  4. Monitoring the performance of the wind turbines and other equipment during the operational phase to ensure they meet the specified standards.
  5. Keeping accurate records and documentation of all quality inspections and tests.
  6. Reviewing and approving the quality control plans and procedures of the contractors.
  7. Reporting any quality-related issues to the project management team and working with them to find solutions.

Requirements for Field Quality Surveyor in Tata Wind Projects:

  1. A bachelor’s or master’s degree in mechanical or electrical engineering or a related field.
  2. Several years of experience in the wind energy sector or a related field.
  3. Knowledge of international standards for wind energy projects, such as IEC 61400.
  4. Excellent problem-solving skills and attention to detail.
  5. Strong communication and interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team.
  6. Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
  7. Familiarity with computer applications, such as CAD software, for recording and reporting purposes.

In conclusion, the field quality surveyor plays a crucial role in ensuring the quality of Tata wind projects. Tata Power’s commitment to developing and implementing wind energy projects makes this an exciting and rewarding career option for individuals with a passion for renewable energy. The field quality surveyor must have a combination of technical skills, experience, and interpersonal skills to be successful in this role and contribute to the success of Tata’s wind energy initiatives

Shankar Anappindi. Following

Global Talent Acquisition, SBG Services, Tata Projects


Project – Wind Project

Location – Bellary

Position Field Quality Surveyor – Wind project

Educational Qualification – Civil Degree/ Diploma

Experience – 6-8 Years

Salary-50-60 K + Local Conveyance Notice Period – Join within 10-15 Days Employment type – Third Party Payroll

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