16 Mar 2023
Full-Time Building Inspector (2nd Shift) – Al Lith
In addition to enforcing construction standards such as norms and regulations, the Building Inspector also conducts detailed and specialized inspections. Compliance with safety and structural integrity standards is monitored via inspections to ensure they are being adhered to. in the event that they are not
Job Title : Building Inspector (2nd Shift)
Location : Al Lith, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 20.47 per hour.
Company : ABM
Job Type : Full-Time
- 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.
- Investigates possible violations of federal, state, and local rules, ordinances, and regulations; identifies violations and corrective actions; establishes and communicates strategies for conformity; and allows for other methods of compliance.
- Informs customers about codes and other regulatory requirements; monitors and inspects barriers and other safety-related signs and equipment.
- Work done by outside contractors and municipal employees to make sure it meets contract and quality standards; checks work being done and materials on hand at construction sites as well as contractors’ offices; makes sure that work is done on time.
- Ensures that difficult and sensitive customer service problems may be resolved in the context of construction requirements.
- Mobile/manufactured structure installations are inspected for compliance with manufacturer and state regulations.
- Residential and light-commercial buildings are inspected by construction inspectors to ensure compliance with applicable building rules, laws, zoning restrictions, and contracts. The technicians also examine for mechanical, electrical, and plumbing concerns. Inspectors also look for structural issues and faults when inspecting new construction.
- Ensured remedial action had been implemented; monitored construction sites on a regular manner to monitor building progress; and issued and written notice of violation, citation, and closures.
- Abreast of changes in pertinent regulations and laws, new construction materials, and repair scams; attends construction meetings or other trainings to verify that work is being completed in accordance with plans and code requirements.
- Provides and participates in different trainings required to keep up with changing trends in the building and construction trades, as well as relevant inspection rules; provides guidance and mechanical advice to other contractors and City officials working on construction projects.
- DBPR One and Two Family Dwelling Inspector license within 90 days of hiring, which must be transferred to a normal license during the necessary term of the department.
- Worked as a carpenter for four years requiring the interpretation of designs and the confirmation of conformity with local development and/or building rules.
- A Certified Erosion and Sedimentation Control Lead credential or the ability to get one within six months is necessary at the time of hiring.
- Construction materials and processes, as well as the phases of development in which any violations or problems may be immediately found and corrected.
- At least five years of relevant work experience in the construction, plumbing, electrical, or a similar field are necessary as well as a high school graduation or GED. An undergraduate degree or a high school diploma will do.