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Construction Inspector

Greenman-Pedersen, Inc. (GPI) is a multi-discipline engineering firm providing planning, design andconstruction services fortransportationinfrastructure and building system projects throughout the United States for over 50years. Ranked in the Top 100 Firms by EngineeringNews Record, GPI is a forward thinking, innovative firm with a culture that is committed to excellence and fosters staff empowerment. For more information visit:http://gpinet.com/company/. GPI offers excellent benefits, including a 401k plan, ESOP, medical/dental/visions plans, and vacation/sick/personal time and more. GPI is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexualorientation, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.  CategoryConstructionInspection  Description GPI is currently seeking a Construction Inspector (CI) with a minimum 5 years constructioninspectionexperience on large scale transit/rail projects in the NY/NJ Region. Experience includes working in transportationinfrastructureconstruction such as major railroad construction programs including bridges, tunnels, signals, electrical substations and station work. Candidates will hold a Civil/Structural Engineering degree along with NICET Certification as well as an excellent safety record. Responsibilities: Reads and comprehends contract documents Performs onsite CI of the contractor's means and methods of construction to ensure compliance with the Owner's plans and specifications Ensures documentation using IDR's, photos, sketches, means of measurement in a clear concise record daily Prepares As-Built quantities for work inspected Monitors construction site for contract compliance and safety parameters including MPT Monitors contractor-testing activities. Prepare reports on labor, material, and equipment on site Assists in preparation of inspection cost estimates and maintenance records. Attends meetings as needed Performs other duties as assigned   Position Requirements Minimum Requirements: Qualified candidate must have a valid driver's license and retain a clean motor vehicle report (MVR) for final consideration. Possess a personal vehicle for use during the day for transportation to and from and on or around a job site Ability to read and understand plans and direction given in the English language Ability to write in English Basic computer skills Ability to create and or edit Microsoft Word documents Ability to create and or edit Microsoft Excel documents Ability to create and or edit Microsoft Exchange emails with attachments Possess the ability to stand on your feet for approximately 3 hours minimum a day up to 8 hours a day. Possess the ability to traverse a construction job site consisting of uneven ground varying in height and consistency of material Variation of elevation 12" or less (mud, gravel, rutted ground etc.) Possess the ability to climb a ladder varying from 6 feet to 20-foot extension Possess the ability to ride in a mechanical lift or bucket truck up to a height of 100 feet Be physically able to don and wear and operate personal fall arresting apparatus. Be able to wear GPI standard PPE, i.e. hard hats, safety vest, work boots, safety glasses/goggles Be able to lift and or carry a weight of 30-50 lbs. (concrete inspection specimens and required equipment) Be able to work in a confined space by definition of OSHA. Physically able to wear and work utilizing a respirator or SCBA type of breathing apparatus. Bachelor's Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering Minimum of 5 years transit/rail constructioninspectionexperience including familiarity with current standards OSHA 30-Training Certificate NICET Certification (NICET III preferred)
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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