19 Mar 2023
Full-Time Building Quality Inspector – Thar
The Building Inspector is responsible for conducting thorough and professional building inspections and investigations, as well as enforcing applicable building standards, regulations, and codes. Inspections are performed to verify that safety and structural integrity regulations, laws, and ordinances are being followed in a certain area or area of expertise.
Job Title : Building Quality Inspector
Location : Thar, Najran, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 19.65 per hour.
Company : Nesco Resource, LLC
Job Type : Full-Time
- monitor and check barriers and other safety signs and equipment, maintain and repair equipment, and educate consumers on rules and regulations.
- 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.
- Buildings, signage, and construction are inspected by outside contractors and municipal workers to make sure they meet contract requirements and quality standards; inspects the work being done and the supplies on hand at construction sites and the offices of contractors.
- Identification and implementation of essential corrective actions, as well as strategies for attaining compliance, are all part of the job description for this position.
- 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.
- Inspecting the site to ensure that the remedial steps have been executed.
- Inspects mobile/manufactured structure installations to make sure they meet manufacturer and state guidelines, as needed.
- It is his duty to check and analyze different building and construction sites across the city, and to ensure that all building projects and activities are compliant with all relevant laws, rules, and standards of practice.
- Maintains current knowledge of new construction materials, new repair schemes, and changes in pertinent rules and laws; attends construction meetings and other training sessions to verify that work is completed in accordance with plans and codes.
- Customer service difficulties arising from building codes and regulations are addressed..
- Within 90 days after employment, you must get a One and Two Family Dwelling Inspector license from the DBPR, which must be converted to a regular license within the time period determined by the DBPR to be essential to work for the department.
- Four (4) years of experience as a building inspector or in a construction-related job, like carpentry, where you had to read specifications and plans and make sure they were in line with municipal development and building codes.
- Possession of the capacity to detect and correct any violations or flaws in building construction materials and procedures at any level of construction.
- To be considered for this position, you must have Certified Erosion and Sedimentation Control Lead certification or the capacity to get one within six months of commencing the job.
- The completion of a curriculum leading to either a High School Diploma or a GED, as well as a minimum of five (5) years of job experience in the construction, plumbing, electrical, or allied fields, is typically necessary.