(032) $22.98 - $32.74 an hour     $47,798.40 - $68,099.20 a year|
BENEFITS: Health, vision, dental, and life insurance; annual and sick leave; paid holidays; pension and tax-deferred compensation (457) plans; and more.
- Performing a variety of sub-professional engineering assignments involving construction compliance inspections on major municipal building, civil, and utility construction projects and conducting detailed, continuous reviews of materials, work methods, and workmanship.
- Coordinating, scheduling, administering materials testing, monitoring of all construction reports and implements data management to document work performed.
- Coordinating project work with engineering consultants and contractors.
- Participating in performing compliance inspections.
- Managing data base-cross-connection control.
- Investigating field problems and recommends solutions.
- Preparing written inspection/construction reports of projects/activities in order to document work performed.
- Making periodic unscheduled checks of materials delivered to construction sites for compliance with specifications.
- Monitoring work practices and methods for acceptability and conformance to safety standards.
- Interviewing contractors and their employees to ensure labor laws and regulations are being observed.
- Contacting project developers to obtain required documentation.
- Coordinating maintenance, repair, installation, inspection, removal, and servicing of equipment and/or facilities. Coordinating project work with engineering, inspector, utilities, and contractors to keep project on schedule.
- Providing information and responding to complaints from the public relating to construction projects.
- Collecting data from other departments/agencies; developing cost and time estimates for projects.
- Conducting field investigations of complaints.
- Reviewing and providing feedback on preliminary construction plans and specifications.
- Preparing cost estimates of infrastructure construction for budget requirements; develops, drafts, revises, and recommends master plans for infrastructure improvements.
- Operating a lightweight vehicle for travel to worksites and a radio to communicate.
- Performing related work as required.
DESIRED KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Knowledge of inspection procedures.
- Knowledge of construction and landscaping practices, techniques, trades, and safety practices.
- Knowledge of mathematics.
- Working knowledge of common problems and solutions affecting building, civil, and utility construction.
- Working knowledge of configuration and purpose of major components of projects.
- Working knowledge of material standards and testing requirements for common components.
- Ability to conduct field inspections of construction and landscape projects.
- Ability to formulate recommendations.
- Ability to recognize factors which lead to unacceptable results or unsafe conditions.
- Ability to prepare accurate factual reports and maintain complete records.
- Ability to use testing instruments.
- Ability to read/interpret survey, engineering or architectural data, plans, and specifications.
- Ability to prepare project cost and time estimates.
- Ability to work effectively in a group setting.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, officials, and the general public.
QUALIFICATIONS: High-school graduation, with two (2) years of college course work in construction engineering or related subjects and five (5) years sub-professional engineering experience in construction inspection; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Note: An acceptable transcript of college coursework/credits may be requested.
LICENSES/CERTIFICATES: Possession of a valid Driverís License.
EXAMINATION: Written Test (Time Limit: 2 hours) Non-programmable, scientific calculators are provided. Applicants must telephone the Employment Services Office (813/274-8911) to schedule a test date/time. Applications must be submitted and approved prior to scheduling the test. (Photo Identification is required at time of testing.) Drug testing is included in all pre-employment processing.
Submit your application first, then call our office to verify you are qualified to test. Applicants must telephone the Employment Services Office (813-274-8911) to schedule an appointment for the written test.
CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: To be considered for this position, applications must be received or postmarked by the closing date of September 27, 2013. Applications received or postmarked after the closing date will not be processed.
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8-23-13; 09/10/13 (500310)
Note: Applications must be received or postmarked by the
closing date. Applications received or postmarked after
9/27/2013 will not be processed.