18 Mar 2023
Full-Time Inspector – Hubballi-Dharwad
Construction standards, regulations, and norms are enforced by the Building Inspector, who performs thorough and professional inspections, investigations, and enforcement. When it comes to safety and structural integrity, inspectors focus on a certain area of competence or jurisdiction.
Job Title : Inspector
Location : Hubballi-Dharwad, Karnataka, India
Salary : $ 19.36 per hour.
Company : Perrigo
Job Type : Full-Time
- doing follow-up checks to ensure that the remedial actions taken have been put in place.
- Expert in relevant regulatory codes; monitors and inspects barriers, as well as other safety-related signs and equipment; offers information to consumers; serves as a subject matter expert in a certain field.
- All building projects and activities are subject to his scrutiny; he must ensure that they comply with all relevant laws, rules, and industry standards.
- With the goal of making sure the job is done according to the plans and codes, he attends training sessions and conferences. Furthermore, he maintains abreast of new developments in building materials, restoration techniques, and governing legislation.
- Assesses the installation of mobile/manufactured structures to ensure that they meet the requirements of the manufacturer and the state.
- Investigates suspected breaches of federal, state, and municipal rules, ordinances, and regulations; identifies violations and appropriate corrective actions; establishes and communicates strategies for achieving conformity; and authorizes alternative methods for compliance.
- Construction inspectors inspect residential and light commercial structures for compliance with building codes, ordinances, zoning regulations, and contract specifications. They also check for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing problems. Construction inspectors also check for structural problems and defects.
- Work on construction projects with other contractors and local officials, providing direction and mechanical support as required. Participates in a range of training sessions to keep aware of emerging trends in the construction sector as well as relevant inspection regulations.
- Customer service difficulties arising from building codes and regulations are addressed..
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Experience in a construction-related position, such as carpentry, that involves the interpretation of specifications/plans and the verification of conformity with local development and building standards
- A high school graduation or GED, as well as five years of relevant work experience in construction, plumbing, electrical, or related sectors, are required.