26 May 2023
Full-Time Construction Inspector – Umluj
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 : Construction Inspector
Location : Umluj, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 21.92 per hour.
Company : AEC National Recruiters
Job Type : Full-Time
- Informs customers about codes and other regulatory requirements; monitors and inspects barriers and other safety-related signs and equipment.
- Conducted site inspections to verify that contractors are adhering to specifications and inspecting the quality of their work, as well as visiting construction sites and the places where they do business.
- Issues and writes notices of violation, citations, or closures, and performs follow-up inspections to verify that changes are completed; patrols and visits sites on a regular basis to check construction progress and code compliance. Deputy Director
- 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.
- Customer service difficulties arising from building codes and regulations are addressed..
- Performs residential and light commercial building, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing inspections to verify that new construction, changes, and repairs conform with building codes, ordinances, zoning laws, and contract requirements.
- He participates in training sessions and conferences with the purpose of ensuring that the project is completed in accordance with the plans and regulations. Aside from that, he stays up to date on the latest innovations in construction materials, restoration processes, and regulating regulations.
- 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.
- All manufactured structures must be installed in accordance with manufacturer specifications and, if appropriate, state regulations.
- 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.
- Within 90 days of employment, a One and Two Family Dwelling Inspector license from the DBPR, which must be converted to a standard license during the period required by DBPR to work 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.
- Basic familiarity with a wide range of building construction materials and procedures, as well as the many phases of construction at which potential flaws or errors may be detected and addressed, is essential.
- Needed knowledge and experience is typically achieved by the completion of a curriculum leading to either a High School Diploma or a GED, and a minimum of five (5) years of work related experience in the construction, plumbing, electrical, or other similar industry is required.
- carpentry expertise is necessary, as is the ability to analyze designs and specifications and to verify that they adhere to local development and/or building regulations.