17 Mar 2023
Full-Time Transportation Construction Inspector – Qaryat Al Ulya
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 : Transportation Construction Inspector
Location : Qaryat Al Ulya, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
Salary : $ 21.99 per hour.
Company : Wade Trim
Job Type : Full-Time
- Reviews the quality and contract requirements of all building, signage and construction work done by municipal workers or outside contractors, and makes site inspections to ensure that work is being done to the highest possible standards.
- New materials for construction, repair scams, and changes in relevant codes and ordinances are kept up to date by this person. To make sure that work is being done according to plans and codes, he or she attends construction meetings and other trainings.
- Assistance in resolving difficult and sensitive customer service problems arising from building rules and 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.
- ensures that mobile/manufactured structures are installed to correspond to the manufacturer’s requirements and state regulations.
- Informs customers about codes and other regulatory requirements; monitors and inspects barriers and other safety-related signs and equipment.
- Collaboration with other contractors and local officials on building projects is essential, as is providing direction and mechanical support when required. Participates in a range of training sessions to keep up to date on the latest trends in the construction sector as well as the appropriate inspection regulations.
- Ensures that new construction, changes, and repairs conform with building rules, laws, zoning restrictions, and contract requirements for residential and light commercial buildings.
- responsible for enforcing building codes by issuing notifications of violations, issuing tickets, issuing closure orders, and conducting follow-up inspections to verify that the corrective measures have been implemented.
- responsible for conducting inspections of different building and construction sites across the city, as well as conducting reviews of all building projects to ensure that they comply with all relevant laws, regulations, and standards of practice.
- At the time of employment, candidates must have a Certified Erosion and Sedimentation Control Lead certification, or the capacity to get one within six months of beginning work.
- High school education or GED and five years of work experience in construction, plumbing, electrical, or equivalent sectors are required.
- Building inspection experience or work in a construction-related field such as carpentry, where you were responsible for evaluating specifications and plans and verifying that they were in line with municipal development and/or building rules, is necessary.
- A temporary One and Two Family Dwelling Inspector license from the DBPR within 90 days after hire, which must be converted to a normal license within the term required by the DBPR to work for the department.
- 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.