$22.55-$32.02 Hourly / $3,908.67-$5,550.13 Monthly / $46,904.00-$66,601.60 Yearly
Participates in conducting inspections of municipal building, civil, and utility construction for conformance to plans and specifications; assists in reviewing plans to ensure compliance with municipal codes, ordinances, rules, and regulations; provides assistance in compiling and verifying items for contractor payments; participates in reviewing percentage estimates submitted by contractors for partial payment on work completed; performs arithmetical/mathematical calculations for work/projects.
Performs simple inspection tasks and makes measurements and observations; makes preliminary recommendations concerning the acceptance and rejection of materials and workmanship; computes quantities; locates and marks underground utilities for planning and protection from construction damage; notifies affected parties concerning service interruptions.
Reviews utility permit applications for feasibility and construction/connection conflicts; inspects installations and restorations relating to the approved permit to ensure requirements have been met; investigates citizen complaints and initiates corrective action by proper authorities; conducts information searches of property ownership.
Prepares and maintains records/reports of activities performed; prepares drawings, plans and specifications; maintains field data collection systems; reads and inspects surveying data, technical data and blueprints; inspects meters and new equipment; reads meters and grades; conducts flow pressure tests.
Operates lightweight motor vehicle for traveling to work sites; operates radio or cell phone to communicate with others.
Answers requests for information from public and other agencies.
Conducts information searches of tax, court and other records; contacts project developers to obtain required documentation.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: construction practices and techniques; construction trades; safety practices in the construction industry; basic mathematics.
Some knowledge of: methods and techniques of engineering; municipal rules, regulations and ordinances relating to construction and landscaping activities; inspection practices and procedures.
Ability to: reach a logical conclusion; coordinate activities with others; follow moderately complex instructions and procedures; read and comprehend codes and requirements; read dials and gauges; lift and carry equipment for periods of short duration but repeatedly over the course of a day (occasionally requires heavy lifting); give moderately complex verbal instructions; complete standard forms; perform mathematical computations rapidly and accurately; read and interpret engineering plans and specifications; prepare oral and written reports and maintain accurate records; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, officials and the general public; operate microfiche/microfilm equipment.