Full-Time Junior Inspector – Tabaco
The Building Inspector is in charge of overseeing inspection operations for building and facility construction projects at the state level. Acts as a field representative for facilities management in terms of progress and issue solutions. Provides technical help in the execution, supervision, and evaluation of activities. Coordinates with a registered professional architect or engineer, who has ultimate approval authority over project work. Reports to the Facilities Project Development Manager. Travel is required for work. Contact with various governmental agencies and commercial groups, including contractors, is required as part of the job. Employees at this level are largely self-supervising and have direct responsibility for the work result.
Job Title : Junior Inspector
Location : Tabaco, Albay Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 22.57 per hour.
Company : NYC Careers
Job Type : Full-Time
- Inspects and conducts assessments on a variety of building and construction sites around the city; examines all building projects and offers a wide examination of all building operations to ensure compliance, safety, and skill.
- Notices of violation, tickets, and closures are issued and written; follow-up inspections are performed to ensure that improvements are made; patrols and examines construction sites on a regular basis to monitor building progress and code compliance.
- Investigator for possible breaches of federal, state, and local rules, ordinances, and regulations; assesses violations and appropriate rectification actions; decides and communicates strategies to achieve conformity; and authorizes other means to achieve conformance (if necessary).
- acts as a source of information for clients; he or she also monitors and inspects barriers, warning signs, and other safety-related equipment.
- Be a resource for other contractors and city employees who are working on construction projects by giving them guidance and providing encouragement to do their jobs.
- To guarantee compliance with all applicable construction rules, regulations, zoning limitations, and contract requirements for both residential and light commercial structures. Technicians also inspect for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing problems. For structural issues and defects, they also inspect.
- Conducts inspections of building, sign, and construction work conducted by outside contractors and city workers to verify compliance with contract requirements and quality control; visits job sites and contractors’ locations to examine work and supplies on hand.
- Assists in the settlement of complex and delicate customer service issues arising from construction codes and regulations.
- All manufactured structures must be installed in accordance with manufacturer specifications and, if appropriate, state regulations.
- Staying aware on new building materials, new repair scams, and changes in pertinent laws and ordinances is essential; attending construction meetings and other training sessions to ensure that work is completed in accordance with plans and codes is essential.
- An Erosion and Sedimentation Control Lead certification at the time of hiring or the capacity to earn within six months.
- Having the capacity to detect and correct any violations or flaws in building construction materials and procedures at any step of the construction process is essential.
- Required knowledge and experience are often earned by the completion of a curriculum leading to either a High School Diploma or GED, as well as a minimum of (5) years of job related experience in construction, plumbing, electrical, or a similar profession.
- Ability to obtain a temporary One and Two Family Dwelling Inspector license from the Department of Building and Property Regulation (DBPR) within ninety (90) days of hiring and convert that license to a standard license within the time period specified by the DBPR in order to continue working for the department.
- Work experience in a construction-related field such as carpentry, where interpretation of specifications/plans and confirmation of conformity with local development and/or building codes are required.