17 Mar 2023
Full-Time Construction Inspector – Maripipi
All decisions on selection, placement, promotions, training, work assignments, transfers, and other personnel actions must be made on the basis of merit, and the Building Inspector is responsible for ensuring that all individuals are treated fairly and on the basis of merit.
Job Title : Construction Inspector
Location : Maripipi, Biliran Province, Philippines
Salary : $ 19.22 per hour.
Company : Macy’s
Job Type : Full-Time
- Building, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing inspections are performed on residential and light commercial structures to verify that new construction, changes, and repairs are in compliance with building codes, laws, zoning rules, and contract requirements.
- monitor and inspect barriers and other safety signs and equipment, to keep equipment maintained and repaired, and to provide instruction to customers on codes and other regulatory requirements.
- All manufactured structures must be installed in accordance with manufacturer specifications and, if appropriate, state regulations.
- Attends construction meetings and other trainings to verify that work is being completed in accordance with plans and regulations; keeps aware of new materials used in construction, repair scams, and changes in pertinent rules and laws.
- provides assistance in handling delicate and time-consuming difficulties related to construction codes and regulations.
- Many construction and building sites are assessed and inspected, and a complete examination of all building activities is provided to assure compliance, safety, and competency.
- Appropriate corrective procedures for apparent breaches are discovered; plans for conformity are communicated; and other methods for compliance are approved. Conducting investigations
- The Building and Sign Inspector reviews building, sign, and construction work done by outside contractors and city employees to ensure that it meets contract specifications and that it meets quality standards. The Building and Sign Inspector also visits job sites and the offices of contractors to inspect the work and materials on hand.
- responsible for enforcing building codes by issuing notifications of violations, issuing tickets, issuing closure orders, and conducting follow-up inspections to verify that the corrective measures have been implemented.
- Provides and participates in a variety of training required to keep up with the ever-changing trends in the building and construction trades and the corresponding inspection regulations; provides direction and mechanical incitement to other contractors and City staff engaged in construction projects.
- 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 frame specified by the DBPR in order to continue working for the department.
- At the time of recruiting, candidates must possess a Certified Erosion and Sedimentation Control Lead certificate, or the ability to get one within six months of starting.
- Possession of the capacity to detect and correct any violations or flaws in building construction materials and procedures at any level of construction.