CAA is currently interviewing for a full-time Building Inspector to work for one of our clients in the N. Central Area of GA. Responsibilities include: Reviewing plans and applications for building permits as well as issuing building permits and other construction related permits. Performing field inspections of private and public construction projects, which may include structural, plumbing, mechanical and/or electrical installations to ensure compliance with applicable codes, standards and regulations. Communicating with property owners, contractors, and others regarding State and local codes; explaining requirements and ensuring compliance with plans and codes. Reading, correctly interpreting, applying and using building codes, municipal codes, ordinances, and other related laws, regulations, and policies as required. Issue notices to comply on violations; maintain records of history of facts for possible legal actions. Maintain files and reports regarding inspection and plan check activities and findings.
Responsibilities include conducting field inspections of private and public construction projects',
structural, plumbing, mechanical and/or electrical installations, to ensure compliance with applicable codes, standards and regulations. Issue notices to comply on violations; maintain records of history of facts for possible legal actions. Maintain files and reports regarding inspection and plan check activities and findings. Additionally, candidates must be experienced with plan check and will be expected to assist at the counter.
The successful candidate will demonstrate experience in structural building inspection and/or
residential combination inspection with additional experience in any of the following areas: electrical, plumbing, mechanical installations and/or inspections; grading and right-of-way construction and/or inspection, working as a lead worker, or in an administrative or supervisory capacity.
Building-related national building codes.
General zoning and land use laws.
General grading practices.
Codes and ordinances related to disabled and public access.
Principles and techniques of building inspection.
Principles of structural design and engineering mathematics.
Major types of building construction, materials, and methods
Accepted safety standards and methods of building construction for commercial and residential buildings.
Pertinent federal state and local laws, codes and regulations.
ICC Residential Building Inspector Certification and building department experience are preferred.
Associates degree in Building Inspection Technology or equivalent
Continuing education and training in subjects related to Construction Inspection
Three years of responsible building, construction, or any combination of education and experience