$30.44-$43.31 Hourly / $5,276.27-$7,507.07 Monthly / $63,315.20-$90,084.80 Yearly
An employee in this class is responsible for leading and performing a variety of sub-professional engineering assignments, including compliance inspections on major municipal building, civil, and utility construction projects. Work is of considerable difficulty and includes detailed, continuous reviews of materials and work methods to assure that each part of the project is completed according to plans and specifications. Under direction, employees exercise considerable initiative and independent judgment in conducting and participating in compliance inspections when project involves complicated features such as complex foundation problems or unique design components and monitors construction activities for adherence to safety practices and other requirements. Work is reviewed through conferences, oral and written reports, observation, and results obtained.
: inspection procedures; construction practices, techniques, standards, trades, and safety practices; mathematics.
: common problems and solutions affecting building, civil and utility construction; configuration and purpose of major components of projects; material standards and testing requirements for common components; computer modeling; field practices; various testing equipment and procedures.
: conduct field inspections of projects; apply various codes and requirements; pursue a logical line of inquiry to conclusion; formulate recommendations; recognize factors which lead to unacceptable results or unsafe conditions; prepare accurate factual reports, complete standard forms and maintain complete records; use testing instruments; read/interpret survey, engineering or architectural data, plans and specifications; prepare project cost and time estimates; perform detailed mathematical computations rapidly and accurately; work effectively in a group setting; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, officials, contractors, and the general public; perform physically demanding work might be required.
: use of personal computer and software including word processing, production of spreadsheets, and maintenance of documents.
Graduation from an accredited high school with two (2) years of college coursework in engineering or related subjects; five (5) years in sub-professional engineering experience in construction inspection or engineering planning and two (2) years’ experience as an Engineering Technician III; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.