27 May 2023
Full-Time Junior Inspector – Adham
As a Building Inspector, you are responsible for ensuring that all building standards and requirements are being followed. To ensure compliance with relevant rules, laws, and ordinances, conducts extensive inspections in a given geographic region or specialty.
Job Title : Junior Inspector
Location : Adham, Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 22.88 per hour.
Company : NY Conservation
Job Type : Full-Time
- responsible for issuing and disseminating notices of infractions and fines, as well as doing follow-up inspections to ensure that the remedial measures have been executed.
- provides assistance in handling delicate and time-consuming difficulties related to construction codes and regulations.
- Assist other contractors and municipal authorities with building projects, offering guidance and mechanical assistance as needed. Attends a variety of training programs to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the construction industry and inspection requirements that may affect their work.
- 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.
- you will identify violations and suitable corrective measures, develop and communicate strategies for achieving compliance, and authorize other methods of complying with federal, state, and local rules and laws, and regulations.
- Inspects mobile/manufactured structure installations for conformance to manufacturer’s specifications and any state criteria.
- Residential and light commercial structures must be built in accordance with all applicable building rules, regulations, zoning limitations, and contract requirements. Technicians also inspect for electrical, mechanical, and plumbing concerns. For structural issues and weaknesses, they also check.
- 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.
- Inspects and conducts assessments on a variety of building and construction sites around the city; examines all building projects and offers a wide examination of all building operations to ensure compliance, safety, and skill.
- In addition, you works as a subject matter expert on associated regulatory regulations, and monitors and inspects barriers, as well as other safety-related signage and equipment.
- 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.
- Work experience in the building trades (plumbing, electrical, etc.) and a high school graduation or GED are prerequisites for this position. Both a four-year college degree or a GED are necessary.
- Knowledge of all sorts of building construction materials and procedures, as well as the phases of construction when probable violations and flaws may be quickly noticed and addressed.
- Certified Erosion and Sedimentation Control Lead certificate at the time of hire, or the ability to get one in the next six months, if hired.
- 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.