Inspector Elevators Job Description Sample
Description of Work
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Elevator Inspector inspects a variety of passenger-carrying devices to determine safe operating conditions and to detect potential hazards or mechanical failures. Enforces provisions of state and national safety codes for elevators, escalators, personnel hoists, amusement devices and the like. Position has condemnation authority of unsafe passenger-carrying equipment and conducts investigations of accidents where unsafe equipment or operations were involved.
Applicants must reside in Orange or surrounding counties.
- This position is a field based teleworker. Valid Driver's License is required.
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Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
Ability to accurately and precisely inspect equipment with intricate and complex systems is required. Must be able to maintain an extremely high level of visual attention and mental concentration while conducting an inspection.
A working knowledge of the construction and operation of elevators, escalators and related equipment is essential. Must have working knowledge of all applicable state and national safety codes for elevators, escalators and related equipment as well as amusement devices. The inspector should have a complete working knowledge of electrical and hydraulic systems. The inspector must have the ability to be trained in using basic computer programs and simple word processing skills.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
High school or General Educational Development (GED) diploma and five years of experience in the construction, inspection, erection, or servicing of elevators and related equipment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Supplemental and Contact Information
To apply for this position, please click APPLY link above.
SEE ATTACHED RESUME WILL RESULT IN AN INCOMPLETE APPLICATION. To receive credit, all experience must be included in the work history sections.
Any information omitted from the application but included in the resume will not be considered for qualifying credit. Faxed applications will not be accepted.
If you are the selected candidate, you will be required to submit a certified 10 year driving record as a condition of employment.
Persons eligible for veteran preference must submit a copy of Form DD-214.
NCDOL uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified applicants. When a salary range or recruitment range is posted, the actual salary will be based on relevant competencies, knowledge, skills and abilities, internal equity and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position. All post-high school degrees must be from appropriately accredited institutions.
The State of North Carolina is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Due to the volume of applications received, we are unable to provide information regarding the status of your application over the phone. To check the status of your application, please log in to your account.
Processing applications will take an average of 6 – 8 weeks due to the high volume of applications received. It is not necessary to contact the Human Resources Office to check the status of an application. Upon the closing date, applications are "Under Review" and will be screened by Human Resources for the most highly qualified applicants.
For technical issues with your application, please call the NeoGov Help Line at 855-524-5627. If there are any questions about this posting other than your application status, please contact:
NC Department of Labor
Human Resources Division
Inspector Trainee Or Inspector 1 (Pmce) (Noncompetitive)
General Statement of Duties
Under direct supervision, this employee inspects existing commercial and residential, buildings/property to determine compliance with codes and regulations on safety, land use, sanitation, property maintenance and zoning codes. Performs related duties as required.
Minimum Qualifications (KSAs)
(Illustrative only. Any one position may not require all of the listed KSAs nor do the listed examples include all the KSAs which may be required.)
Old building construction methods, materials, and techniques sufficient to observe or inspect and determine if the project is in compliance with appropriate codes including the Cincinnati Building Code and the Cincinnati Zoning Code.
The procedures for vacating a rental unit, and the process for relocating tenants. Basic engineering principles and basic physics as they pertain to the structural integrity of buildings, foundations, retaining walls, structures of earthwork, and soil characteristics sufficient to recognize violations of the building code(s) during inspection.
Enforcement and legal requirements for obtaining compliance with the code from notification and posting to preparation for and testifying in court.
The definition of building types and occupancy classifications.
The procedures utilized during the entire administrative, inspection, and enforcement processes of remodeling construction from pre-construction and plan approval to the issuing of a Certificate of Use and Occupancy.
Safety policies and procedures, e.g., Employee Safety Instruction Manual and applicable agency requirements.
Basic arithmetic such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division sufficient to complete various reports, and to compute building and construction dimensions required to complete inspections.
The English language such as spelling, vocabulary, grammar, sentence and paragraph construction. Proper telephone etiquette and the appropriate ways to deal with the public over the telephone. Computer use and data entry related to inspection and enforcement activity.
Drive a car.
Read a street guide of the City of Cincinnati and surrounding areas.
Operate a computer.
Recognize code violations of common types of unsafe conditions, and confirm compliance with codes and safe condition for existing residential and commercial properties.
Recognize code violations, common types of unsafe conditions, and confirm compliance with codes and safe conditions during the inspection of a construction site including such items as door and doorway requirements, window and opening requirements, fire stopping, draft stopping, assembly usage, and identification of hazardous rooms such as boiler rooms in existing buildings.
Interpret building plans ranging from a simple sketch, a two page rendering of a one floor project, to a complex many page rendering of a new high-rise project.
Understand workflow and basic use of inspection automation systems used.
Interpret technical engineering test results on various building components such as soil tests, slump tests on concrete, or stress and strength tests.
Communicate to occupants, landlords, and contractors why it is necessary to comply with the code, and to convince them that they must comply. Cooperate and exchange information with coworkers and representatives from other sections, divisions, departments, other jurisdictions, and community groups. Read, understand, and interpret to others factual and technical written material such as procedural manuals, building codes, and trade publications.
Deal with difficult people in stressful situations.
Work without direct supervision. Provide timely and professional customer service.
Examples of Work Performed:
(Illustrative only. Any one position within this classification may not include all of the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all of the tasks which may be performed.)
Inspects the exterior and interior of existing residential, single or multiple occupancy and commercial buildings and accessory properties to determine whether code violations exist or to determine if they are decent, safe, and sanitary; if necessary, issues orders. Communicates with tenants, landlords, builders, architects, lawyers, and others about the status of a building or the maintenance under way to explain violations and corrective action to exchange or clarify information; to encourage compliance with the code; to interpret and explain the code; or any other related matter.
Inspects fire suppression (sprinklers), fire alarm, and other life safety systems to insure the equipment is in compliance with the code, and that it operates as it is designed.
Accompanies other inspectors or supervisor to building sites to learn various inspection techniques or methods; construction methods or materials; code interpretation; or enforcement techniques.
Attends training sessions to learn new information about building codes and enforcement methods, or to refresh knowledge of construction techniques or construction technology. Prepares court cases, signs complaints, and is the prosecuting witness.
Reads and interprets technical building construction data such as engineering test reports or manufacturer's pamphlets. Researches property information, public records and maps, operates a computer and enters data, inspection actions and code enforcement information.
Performs administrative work such as completing forms, initiating enforcement actions or referencing code; reviewing paperwork and progress on assigned projects and scheduling work; and gathers information to discuss with others. Drives an automobile to various addresses throughout the City to inspect building sites or to meet with others. Working knowledge of current safety policies, instructions for proper usage, and other procedures and professional practices required for completing job duties.
Identifies unsafe practices and conditions and brings such matters to the attention of the crew leader or supervisor.
Required Education and Experience
To qualify each applicant must possess one of the following:
1.Five years of full-time paid experience as a construction contractor or supervisor for non-residential buildings or structures or as a skilled tradesman for structural carpentry, masonry, steel erection, or concrete construction work in buildings such as multi-family residential and non-residential buildings
2.Four years of experience and documentation of ability to obtain one Ohio Board of Building Standards (OBBS) approved education credit.
3.One year of experience OR one OBBS Education Credit and upon employment must complete a minimum two year Inspector Trainee Program provided by the department and obtain a full non-residential Building Inspector Certification from the OBBS within 4 years of appointment.
FAILURE TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN FULL NON-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING INSPECTOR CERTIFICATION WITHIN THE TIME LIMITS WILL RESULT IN TERMINATION.
Must have valid Driver's License.
Must obtain an Interim Building Inspector Certificate or an Inspector Trainee Certification within six months of employment and must obtain full non-residential Interim Building Inspector Certificate from the Ohio Board of Building Standards within three years of appointment when appointed under qualifications 1 and 2.
Must be willing to provide own automobile if required.
Must be willing to work and be called out at other than normal working hours.
Must be able to walk, bend, stoop, climb, pull oneself up, jump up or down into, or otherwise negotiate self around construction site.
Must be able to climb ladders or onto scaffolding and to work at great heights on roofs or other high places.
Must be able to crawl or climb into closed spaces.
MILITARY EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE EVALUATION
Military education and experience may be substituted for college level course work at the lower and upper division baccalaureate and graduate levels and apprenticeship training at the vocational certificate level on a case by case basis based on the American Council on Education (ACE) Military Guide recommendations.
Background Investigation: A criminal background investigation will be conducted for this position (according to Civil Service Commission Rule 15 - Sensitive Classifications/Positions and the Critical Infrastructure Protection Act of 2001 and the Patriot Act). The purpose is to detect security risks and prevent security threats posed by potential employees.
U.S. Citizenship: All positions with the City of Cincinnati require that each applicant be a citizen of the United States or have a valid permanent resident card at the time of appointment (date of hire).
HR Contact: Kelli R. Wright; email@example.com
Preventative Maintentance Inspector - Smelter, Salt Lake City, UT, JW
Tetra Tech is a leading provider of consulting, engineering, and technical services worldwide. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees—17,000 people working together across disciplines and time zones to provide smart, sustainable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in 400 locations around the world. We offer competitive compensation and benefits and are searching for innovative people to join our teams.
SUMMARY: TetraTech Inc. (Tt) seeks an experienced Preventive maintenance inspector. Thecandidate has to be qualified, trained and experienced to perform preventativemaintenance inspections on the equipment listed below including but not limitedto:
- Water systems
o including multiple types and sizes of piping, pumps,valves and spray systems at high pressure;
- Pneumatic equipment
o including compressors and material transport systems;
- Hydraulic systems
o including filter presses and hot metal casting wheels
- Conveyor systems;
o including open and closed belts, screw conveyors andbucket elevators
Ventilation systems and bag houses;
Steam systems and boilers;
Crushers and mills
o Including jaw, gyratory, rotating and roller;
- Environmental control systems
o including monitoring equipment, electrostaticprecipitators and wet scrubber systems
- High temperature acid piping and vessels
o for manufacture and distribution of H2SO4;
Rotary dryers or kilns; and
Power generation equipment
o including steam turbine generators
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: The successful candidate will have atleast 5 to 10 years of field maintenance experience. The successful candidatemust have the following demonstrated qualifications and experience:
- Beself-motivated, creative and have strong organization, inter-personalcommunication
For more information on our company, please visit our website at www.tetratech.com. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter on the Careers portion of our website at www.tetratech.com/careers.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Tetra Tech is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We invite resumes from all interested parties including women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities.
Tetra Tech is a VEVRAA federal contractor and we request priority referral of veterans for available positions.
EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability - No calls or agencies
Level II RT Inspector
REQUISITION ID: 1476req1749
JOB TITLE: Level II RT Inspector
JOB CITY: Alvin
JOB STATE: Texas
About TEAM Industrial Services:
Team Industrial Services, Inc. is the worldwide leader in minimizing equipment and asset downtime, providing specialized industrial on-line maintenance, inspection and repair. We provide critical services to our customers that enable them to maintain and operate their facilities and equipment in a safe and productive manner with over 220 locations throughout the world.
At Team, we invest in our employees with the top training and development resources, meeting the needs of the company and the employee. In a constantly evolving industry, Team remains a leader in innovation and service leadership.
Team is seeking to hire full time Level II RT technicians to join our traveling group. Five years experience preferred, but a minimum of three years experience required. Team offers health, dental, vision benefits, 401K, short-term and long-term disability, vacation, sick time, and holiday pay. No relocation needed and travel is required.
State card and Twic required.
The Nondestructive Testing technician will independently perform inspections utilizing various NDT techniques seeking corrosion, defects, or detrimental conditions in accordance with specific written criteria. The Technician will perform inspections, interpret indications, and report results per company requirements. The Technician will be able to communicate processes, procedures and results to customers.
Essential Job Functions
Maintains a safe, secure and healthy environment by adhering to Company/Customer safety standards and practices and to legal regulations, alerting others regarding potential hazards or concern
Performs all duties as assigned and adheres to TEAM's Core Values and Seven Critical Choices.
Assists the Sr. Technician and instructs the apprentice level personnel on the job.
Studies to gain NDT certifications while assisting to gain hands-on experience in various NDT methods.
Performs any duties assigned by the SR Technician on the job.
Performs supervisory activities over apprentice level personnel on the job as needed.
Maintains NDT certification.
Performs NDT inspections for which certified.
Interprets and reports results of inspections, and maintains documentation of inspection activities.
High school diploma or equivalent required
An understanding of basic math
Ability to work in Microsoft Word
Ability to work with computers / computerized equipment
Ability to read, understand, and communicate in English
Minimum 2 yrs experience in NDT field as a certified technician in at least 2 methods
Previous Certification to Level II in a minimum of one method (PT, MT, UT, RT, ET) preferred
Travel requirement; 0-75%
Ability to handle chemicals in a safe manner
Ability to follow instructions
Position is based out of a branch or site location.
Field duties require indoor and outdoor work in a plant atmosphere
Interaction with other crew employees, as well as supervisors and client personnel
Working in plant and/or shop areas around production machinery with extreme noise levels
Must be able to wear safety equipment as required by the safety department for personal protection
May be at more than one job site in a day and must be able to tolerate climate changes
May be required to travel out of town on a periodic basis
Physical and Mental Requirements
Ability to lift and carry 75 pounds
Must be able to walk and climb except when performing non-field duties
Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities, with or without reasonable accommodation, which permits employee to communicate effectively
Sufficient vision or other powers of observation, with or without reasonable accommodations, which permits employee to investigations
Sufficient manual dexterity with or without reasonable accommodation, which permit the employee to perform routine office duties
Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, with or without reasonable accommodations to perform office duties and travel when necessary to off-site locations
Sufficient personal mobility to maneuver within a refinery or plant environment to include the ability to gain access to elevated platforms via ladders and stairwells
Ability to maintain focus and multitask effectively
Excellent communication skills
This job description is intended to indicate the kinds of tasks and levels of work difficulty required of the position given this title and shall not be construed as declaring what the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position shall be. It is not intended to limit or in any way modify the right of management to assign, direct and control the work of employees under supervision. The listing of duties and responsibilities shall not be held to exclude other duties not mentioned that are of similar kind or level of difficulty.
TEAM Industrial Services, Inc. strictly prohibits discrimination against applicants, employees, or any other covered persons because of race, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, ethnicity, sex, gender, age, physical or mental disability, citizenship, past, current or prospective service in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local laws.
TEAM's Core Values
Safety First / Quality Always – In everything we do
Integrity – Uncompromising standards of integrity and ethical conduct
Service Leadership – Leading Service Quality, professionalism and responsiveness
Innovation – Supports continuous growth and improvement
Pride and Respect – For our customers, for each other and for all our stakeholders
Teamwork – Global teamwork and collaboration
Aviation Safety Inspector (Operations) (Assistant Principal Inspector Operations)
The Assistant Principal Inspector (Operations), General Aviation/Part 135 serves as a full assistant to a Principal Inspector (Operations), General Aviation/Part 135 performing the full range of certification, surveillance and inspection duties for assigned air carriers, air operators, air agencies, airmen, and designees. Has program responsibility to assure that assigned organizations meet Federal Aviation Regulations with respect to operations programs for inspection and surveillance.
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Under the general direction of the Principal Inspector (Operations) or Supervisory Principal Inspector (Operations) accomplishes the following duties:
Assures on a continuous basis that assigned organizations are properly and adequately organized, staffed, and equipped; have and conduct an adequate training program, including an acceptable record keeping system; and have facilities and procedures that meet all regulatory requirements. Chairs joint FAA-industry meetings; maintains regular contact with organizations assigned; and coordinates with top management officials.
Is responsible for the conduct of enforcement investigations and preparation of final reports and recommendations on disposition. Performs or supervises the emergency suspension of certificates or cancellations of operations specifications.
Conducts or directs the reexamination of certificated airmen or recertification of an operator or agency. Conducts investigations of public complaints, congressional inquiries, and aircraft incidents and accidents. Coordinates Minimum Equipment List (MEL) approvals with principal airworthiness inspectors. Takes enforcement in instances of noncompliance with the MEL.
Evaluates training programs to insure that they meet the requirements of the Federal Aviation regulations. Approves or disapproves these training programs including flight simulators, training devices, or other such equipment used in these programs.
Approves/disapproves designation of check airmen and makes recommendations on the appointment of designees.
Evaluates operations and facilities by on-site inspections and review of reports by geographic inspectors and others. Approves the original issuance of operations specifications and issues original operating certificates. Evaluates the safety of proposed changes in route or airport authorizations; prescribes any changes required before approval.
Is responsible for monitoring all phases of operations including: training programs and records; base and station facilities; and route systems. Coordinates with and reviews reports from geographic inspectors and others to identify trends which indicate deterioration in the safety of operations. Directs or suggests changes required to correct such trends.
Is responsible for monitoring the activities of designated examiners, check airmen and instructors.
The incumbent will be required to participate in the flight program as an aircrew member and as such, must meet medical and flight currency requirements as set forth in agency orders governing the operation of aircraft.
Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.
- Job family (Series)
1825 Aviation Safety
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
US Citizenship is required.
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.
Must submit an SF50 (See Required Documents)
Ingrade/Downgrade Applications will be accepted
All or None of the applicants may be interviewed
OPM Qualifications Required:
OPM Qualifications Standard for Aviation Safety Series, FG-1825 Minimum Eligibility
Not more than two separate incidents involving Federal aviation regulations violations in the last 5 years;
Valid State driver's license;
Fluency in the English language;
No chemical dependencies or drug abuse that could interfere with job performance; and
High school diploma or equivalent
Medical Requirements for All Positions: Applicants must be physically able to perform the duties of the Aviation Safety Inspector position in a safe and efficient manner, with or without a reasonable accommodation. The minimum medical requirements include the following requirements:
Have good distant vision in each eye and be able to read, without strain, printed materials the size of typewritten characters (glasses and contact lenses permitted);
Have the ability to hear the conversational voice (hearing aid permitted); and
Not have any physical condition that would cause them to be a hazard to themselves or others that would interfere with their ability to fly as passengers in a variety of aircraft.
In addition, when the predominant work involves general aviation operations, applicants for Aviation Safety Inspector (Operations) positions must meet all of the following requirements.
Valid, unexpired Flight Instructor Certificate with single and multi-engine airplane and instrument airplane ratings. Must have given a minimum of 200 hours of flight instruction in an aircraft.
Professional flying skill as demonstrated in a flight check to Commercial Pilot Certificate with an instrument rating;
Possession of Airline Transport Pilot Certificate or Commercial Pilot Certificate with instrument airplane rating.
Minimum of 100 flight hours within the last 3 years.
Minimum of 1,500 total flight hours.
Possession of single and multi-engine land airplane ratings.
Not more than 2 flying accidents in the last 5 years in which the applicant's pilot error was involved.
Possession of a valid second-class FAA medical certificate.
To qualify for this position you must demonstrate in your application that you possess at least one year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower level (FV-H, FG/GS-12) in the Federal Service. Specialized experience is experience that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE may include but not limited to: Experience assisting, conducting, or performing various technical functions related to certification, surveillance, investigation, and enforcement activities. Additional experience may be in investigating and reporting on accidents, incidents, and violations.
Recency of specialized experience is waived for current and former FAA employees in the 1825 series.
As a part of the Federal-Wide Hiring Reform Initiative (streamlining the hiring process), the FAA is committed to eliminating the use of the Knowledge, Skills and Ability (KSA) narratives from the initial application in the hiring process for all announcements. Therefore, as an applicant for this announcement, you are NOT required to provide a narrative response in the text box listed below each KSA.
In lieu of providing a KSA narrative response in the text box listed below each KSA, in your work history, please include information that provides specific examples of how you meet the response level or answer you chose for each KSA. Your work history examples should be specific and clearly reflect the highest level of ability. Your KSA answers will be evaluated further to validate whether the level that you selected is appropriate based on the work history and experience you provided. Your answers may be adjusted by a Human Resource Specialist as appropriate.
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Mechanical Inspector - Coral Gables, FL
Mechanical Inspector (Private Provider) - Coral Gables, FL
SAFEbuilt is currently seeking a talented and energetic private provider Mechanical Inspector to support their Coral Gables Office. This position offers great opportunity for dynamic, motivated self-starters to work on a variety of assignments. You'll be a member of our highly respected building department team with a full complement of resources to support you and exciting projects to keep you challenged.
SAFEbuilt is a national leader in outsourced community development and public works services to towns, cities, villages, counties, state agencies, and other local government entities. This fast-growing company offers a customizable suite of services that includes building department programs, planning and zoning, code enforcement, and other administrative functions. Its affiliate company, Meritage Systems, provides workflow and operational support software for municipal building departments. SAFEbuilt employs over 1000 individuals nationwide and enjoys a 97% client satisfaction rate.
SAFEbuilt operates individually-managed offices throughout the nation to ensure they are enabling decision making closer to the client, with corporate resources managed from centralized locations. The company also co-locates offices within City Halls for clients. By leveraging resources across multiple communities, SAFEbuilt can operate more efficiently and effectively than individual in-house departments. The company is helping local governments create better communities by impacting the perception of community development and what is possible. SAFEbuilt partners with over 500 communities of all shapes and sizes throughout the country for the efficient delivery of privatized community development solutions. The company's team of dedicated experts has worked closely with local governments for 25 years to meet their communities' unique needs by offering a personalized approach that provides innovative technology, proven best practices, expert personnel, and improved service levels.
Perform field inspections during various stages of construction
Read and examine plans and specifications when required
Report violations and maintain files/records
Perform other related duties as required
Extensive knowledge of local building codes and current construction procedures/technology
Interpretation of codes in the field and ability to provide code compliant solutions
Must possess the ability to positively interact with the other staff members, the general public, contractors, governmental entities, and other clientele
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Good time management, organization, and attention to detail skills
Demonstrated ability to exercise initiative and a considerable amount of independent judgment
CERTIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Mechanical Inspector Certification required - Florida Standard Inspector License
Florida Mechancial Contractor license strongly preferred
ICC Certifications preferred
3-5 Years of experience in municipal code inspections
High School or Equivalent
Good Driving Record
- Competitive Salary and Benefit Package
SAFEbuilt is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, veteran status or any other protected factor.
If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call us directly on 970-292-2000.
Consumer Safety Inspector
Specific vacancy information can be found under the SUMMARY portion of the job announcement.
This announcement will be used to fill any one of the listed locations below depending upon the needs of the Agency and the selectee.
Please note that the salary listed is for the Rest of the United States. If selected your pay may be increased depending upon the locality pay of the area of the position.
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As a CSI you will ensure that regulated establishments produce a safe product by executing appropriate inspection methods, determining noncompliance with regulatory requirements, documenting noncompliance and initiating enforcement action, where warranted. Here's what you will be assigned to do:
Verify that meat and poultry slaughter and/or processing establishments' Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP) and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) Plans meet regulatory requirements and are being executed effectively to prevent unsanitary conditions and adulteration of product.
GS-9 (SJ-519a): Performs the full range of duties associated with verifying plant HACCP and SSOP plans, sampling, and related activities regarding a multitude of commercial operations and facilities. Learns to adapt to covering a wide variety of operations involving the full range of HACCP processing categories.
GS-10 (SJ-519) Involves working in a relief capacity in plants of all types, and often incorporating a district's entire geographic area. Addresses a variety of problems and issues for which there may be several possible courses of action contained in a wide range of established regulations, practices, and procedures.
Independently performs Hazard Analysis Verification (HAV). HAV is an analytical review of establishments' production process in order to ensure regulatory obligations to conduct a food safety hazard analysis.
Review records, observe plant operations and conduct hands-on verification to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.
You will prepare detailed documentation (Non-Compliance Records) of noncompliance with regulatory requirements.
You will determine when regulatory control action is necessary. You will assess whether the plants corrective or preventative actions are acceptable and effective, if there are trends in noncompliance, or if enforcement action is warranted.
Conduct regulatory oversight activities inside plants in matters relating to other consumer protections (e.g., economic adulteration and misbranding).
Have contact with plant managers, owners and others to explain legal and regulatory requirements, discuss operation of the plants SSOP, HACCP plan and other food safety programs. You will communicate on and defend determinations on noncompliance issues and discuss plans for addressing non-compliance.
You will also work with a variety of individuals to resolve problems, clarify differences of interpretation concerning HACCP and other food safety or consumer protection requirements and you will advise other Agency inspectors, supervisors and officers on inspection and enforcement matters for which you are involved. You may conduct various samplings, surveys and tests to obtain pertinent data on potential problem areas, industry trends, or other issues of current interest to the Agency.
You may be involved in performing health and safety verification sampling and tests for detection of specific microbes (e.g., salmonella, listeria, etc.), residues or contaminants. You may also perform direct, structured sampling involving Protein Fat Free (PFF), undeclared species, undeclared ingredients or suspected economic violations involving net weight or labeling.
Occasional travel - Travel required may vary, depending on geographical assignment.
Job family (Series)
1862 Consumer Safety Inspection
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
Must be a current FSIS Employee or USDA Career Transition Eligible (CTAP)
Meet Time-In Grade (TIG) by completing 52 weeks at next lower grade
Resume documenting 52 weeks of Specialized Experience
Training As a Condition of Employment (TCOE) is required
Satisfactory background investigation and/or fingerprint check
SPECIFIC VACANCY INFORMATION (Batesville, AR-1 Vacancy):
Consumer Safety Inspector, GS-1862-09/10, SJ-519
Establishment: P46091, Ozark Mountain Poultry, Inc. located in Independence County
Work Schedule: Relief, Mon-Fri, 5:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
This is a District-Wide relief position. Shift & days vary.
Note: This is a NPIS Establishment
SPECIFIC VACANCY INFORMATION (Decatur, AR-1 Vacancy):
Consumer Safety Inspector, GS-1862-09/10, SJ-519
Establishment: P550, Simmons Prepared Foods, Inc. located in Benton County
Work Schedule: Relief, Mon-Fri, 4:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
This is a District-Wide relief position. Shift & days vary.
NOTE: This is a NPIS Establishment
SPECIFIC VACANCY INFORMATION (Washington, MO-1 Vacancy):
Consumer Safety Inspector, GS-1862-09/10, SJ-519
Establishment: M2949, Frick's Quality Meats located in Franklin County
Work Schedule: Relief, Mon-Fri, 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
All applicants (including FSIS employees) must provide a copy of their Notification of Personnel Action (Form SF-50) that includes, tenure and career-conditional/career status and preferably includes position title, series and grade.[Note: FSIS bargaining unit employees are exempted from this requirement in accordance with the Labor Management Agreement]
This is a Bargaining Unit position covered by the National Joint Council (NJC) of Food Inspection Locals.
If you are a current FSIS employee and a non-competitive applicant (reassignment, change to lower grade, or noncompetitive re-promotion) wanting consideration for this position, you must complete the on-line application process and/or apply to the Voluntary Reassignment System. In order to apply to the Voluntary Reassignment System, you must submit a hard copy of "Form 4335-3, Employee Request for Reassignment within Field Operations". The required form(s) must be filled out and mailed to:
USDA, FSIS, HROD
Butler Square West, Suite 420C
100 N Sixth Street
Minneapolis, MN 55403.
Selectee must be able to obtain and maintain a Public Trust security clearance.
Initial appointment is subject to satisfactory completion of training.
Applicants must meet all qualifications and eligibility requirements within 30 days after the closing date of the announcement, including time-in-grade restrictions, specialized experience and/or education, as defined below.
Applicants must meet one year at the next lower grade to be considered for the next higher grade (e.g. one year at the GS-08 grade level for consideration for the GS-09 grade level.)
For the GS-09 level: Applicants must have one year of specialized experience (equivalent to the GS-08 level) (Note: There is no education substitution for this grade level.)
For the GS-10 level: Applicants must have one year of specialized experience (equivalent to the GS-09 level) (Note: There is no education substitution for this grade level.)
Specialized experience includes: working with the Federal Meat, Poultry, and Egg Products Inspection Acts in order to inspect meat, poultry and egg products; working with basic SSOP and HACCP principles and practices in order to verify plant HACCP and SSOP responsibilities; performing basic mathematics and elementary statistical concepts and methods to perform testing and sampling procedures and experience in reaching and interpreting conclusions.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
Please view OPM's Qualifications Standards, Consumer Safety Inspector Series, GS-1862.
Delek US Holdings, Inc. is a diversified downstream energy company with assets in petroleum refining, logistics, renewable fuels and convenience store retailing. The refining assets consist of refineries operated in Tyler and Big Spring, Texas, El Dorado, Arkansas and Krotz Springs, Louisiana with a combined nameplate crude throughput capacity of 302,000 barrels per day.
The logistics operations primarily consist of Delek Logistics Partners, LP. Delek US Holdings, Inc.and its affiliates own approximately 63% (including the 2 percent general partner interest) of Delek Logistics Partners, LP. Delek Logistics Partners, LP (NYSE:DKL) is a growth-oriented master limited partnership focused on owning and operating midstream energy infrastructure assets.
The convenience store retail business is the largest 7-Eleven licensee in the United States and operates approximately 300 convenience stores in central and west Texas and New Mexico.
The Inspector is accountable to perform visual and nondestructive inspections in accordance with the API and ASME standards on piping, pressure vessels, towers, heaters, exchangers, storage tanks, boilers, and any other critical process equipment for purposes of recommending and approving repairs or certifying compliance. This role communicates any problems, discrepancies, or other noteworthy incidents to the Operations Supervisor and/or Dispatcher without delay.
Inspect and determine serviceability of piping, vessels, towers, heaters, exchangers, storage tanks, boilers, and any other critical process equipment
Inspect all non-pressure retaining components including, but not limited to, foundations, fireboxes, burners, stacks, dampers, structural members, tank seals, spring hangers, etc.
Observes all Inspectorate applicable federal and state regulations and standards, Refinery, Terminal and/or vessel requirements, including safety and measurement standards
Ensures that all equipment is deemed acceptable for continued service.
Determine equipment life, set test and inspection frequency and predict renewal
Assist in developing a regular monitoring schedule for process piping and equipment and perform inspections.
Maintain communication with Maintenance, Operations and Engineering and Contractors on various matters including inspection/code requirements, condition of equipment, workmanship that does not meet requirements, and recommendations regarding repair of equipment or poor workmanship
Assures pressure equipment integrity, safety, and reliability by assessing the effects of corrosion or other deleterious processes on equipment and taking corrective action
Conduct foundation surveys to detect evidence of subsidence or differential settling
Maintain and update mechanical integrity documents
Provide repair recommendations on shutdown of equipment and piping due to corrosion and serviceability. Input all repair recommendations into EAM in order to properly plan and schedule for an outage or turnaround.
Be familiar with PS AIM or other inspection data base for inspection data and inspection frequencies.
Gather, analyze field inspection data re: wall thickness readings, on piping and equipment for inspection programs and determine/report corrective action as part of inspection program
Maintain thorough and accurate records on the inspection and maintenance of each piece of pressure equipment and piping in their unit assignment
Ensure certifications are maintained
Ensure all inspection schedules are completed on time. If for some reason inspections become overdue, provide all inspection data and information to the Inspection Supervisor in order for an inspection deferral to be generated.
Assign the inspection interval for pressure equipment (vessels, columns, piping, exchangers, etc.) monitor the condition of this equipment using appropriate strategies and tools to detect potential damage mechanisms
Develop and maintain the inspection strategies for equipment, special emphasis programs such as the Retroactive PMI, Wet H2S, CUI, and HTHA, setting of intervals and suggested corrosion rates.
Develop and maintain a schedule for internal, external, on-stream and corrosion inspections for all equipment
Discusses corrosion concerns or operating events that could have detrimental effects on equipment with the appropriate personnel
Collaborates with Operating and Maintenance Departments to determine the most practical and cost effective way to perform maintenance
Investigates and documents all failures of pressure equipment to determine the cause or suspected cause and mitigations to prevent future failures
Other duties as assigned
High School diploma/GED
Five (5) years of experience with refinery process units, petrochemical facility or pressure vessels, fixed equipment and piping systems or Two (2) years in an industrial inspection role
Demonstrated knowledge of the corrosion processes
Extensive working knowledge of all ASME, ANSI, API & NBIC Codes
Proven knowledge of requirements and concepts of Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) and applies appropriate NDE practices and methods to obtain appropriate information.
Must have a minimum of one (1) API Certifications API 653 Aboveground Storage Tank Inspector, API 570 Piping Inspector, or API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector. Basic understanding of metallurgy, corrosion, and welding processes.
Proven knowledge of basic math
Strong knowledge in process safety programs including mechanical integrity, incident investigations, process hazard analysis, Management of Change, procedure development
Thorough understanding and working knowledge of refinery/petro-chemical maintenance procedures including safety procedures involving repair and maintenance of equipment
Ability to abide by confidentiality requirements when working with sensitive information, results, and communications required
Excellent communication skills including ability to develop and deliver presentations.
Proficient in utilizing computer and Microsoft Office applications
Strong interpersonal and organizational skills Ability to interact effectively and positively with all levels of Company personnel
Must be able to read and draw isometric drawings Must be able to work in a plant environment involving climbing, confined spaces, etc.
Must pass drug test and background check
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States
Bachelor's degree in Engineering or related technical field preferred.
Five (5) years of experience in an industrial inspection role
Advanced understanding of oil refining processes (FCC, Reforming, hydrotreating, crude distillation, extraction, sour water/gas services)
National Board of Boilers & Pressure Vessels Inspector (NBIC) certification
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans.
Nearest Major Market: Midland
Job Segment: Inspection, Engineer, Refinery, Facilities, Engineering, Retail, Energy, Operations
Building Inspector (To Establish A List)
Under general supervision, inspects new and existing buildings, structures, and signs to ensure compliance with regulatory codes and city ordinances, approved plans, specifications, and accepted standards and methods of work; and examines plans for compliance with regulatory codes, laws and ordinances for the approval of applications for permits.
Examples of Duties
Inspects the use of land and all types and sizes of buildings including residential, commercial, industrial and public buildings, and signs and structures for conformance with the building codes.
Inspects the construction of new buildings, signs and structures with regard to materials, dimensions and work methods used and against approved plans and specifications and codes.
Inspects completed new buildings, signs and structures for conformance to code provisions.
Investigates complaints of unsafe or unlawful conditions of buildings and signs.
Performs routine inspections of existing signs and buildings such as multiple dwellings and places of public assembly to determine whether such buildings and structures conform to applicable codes and ordinances.
Investigates building alterations or repairs to determine whether a building permit is required or has been obtained.
Inspects buildings damaged by fire, estimates the amount of damage and determines whether such buildings may be repaired or should be razed.
Investigates complaints of violations of codes, prepares notices of violation and performs re-inspections of premises or equipment to determine corrections of code violations.
Compiles information and prepares code violation cases for court and appears and testifies regarding code violations in court cases.
Examines plans prior to the issuance of permits to assess conformance with the "state housing law" portion of the building code and zoning ordinance and recommends changes to plans, as required.
Approves applications for permits.
Prepares daily activities reports.
High School Graduation or GED.
Four years of recent journey worker level experience in the construction of buildings and related structures, preferably including one year of experience in the inspectional and/or supervisory phases of the work.
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Employees certified or promoted to this class must acquire and maintain registration as an inspector and plan reviewer with the State of Michigan, as required under the provisions of Public Act #54, rule R. 408-30037. Progress toward obtaining certification will be evaluated at the end of the initial six-month probation period with a conditional six-month extension possible, after which, failure to comply will result in termination of employment in this class.
Employees in this class will be required to provide and operator a motor vehicle on a reimbursed mileage basis, valid State of Michigan Operator license is required.
Candidates considered for placement in this classification may be subject to a Criminal Background Investigation based on the requirements of the position.
Fieldwork includes exposure to outside elements and seasonal weather conditions and indoor exposure to residential, commercial or industrial property in various conditions and stages of repair or construction. Customer contacts require neat and clean appearance
Written Examination - 35 % (Maximum) - 22.75% (Minimum)
Oral Appraisal (Interview) - 35% (Maximum) - 22.75% (Minimum)
Evaluation of TEP= 30% (Maximum) - 19% (Minimum)
Total of Written Examination, Oral Interview & Evaluation of TEP= 65 % (Minimum) - 100% (Maximum)
Domicile Credit: 15 points
Military Service Credit 1 - 15 points
Quality Inspector I
Performs functions associated with quality control and quality assurance operations, including working with engineers in set-up and calibration tasks and carrying out rework and quality assurance procedures related to production or operations. Uses sophisticated programs to collect and evaluate data to assist in assessing and documenting results of quality assurance and control processes. Determines and may assist in developing methods and procedures for quality assurance and control. Works with engineers in conducting experiments.
This position requires knowledge that is acquired through experience, specialized education or training. The role has clearly defined procedures and tasks as well as defined guidelines to aid in decision making. The job requires a basic understanding of work routines and procedures in own discipline. The technical procedures for this level are well defined. The job is expected to follow detailed and defined rules / instructions and to make simple judgement in straightforward situations. Typically requires selecting between solutions already established.
Working within the Inspection Team, will learn and take direction from supervisor & tenured associates, is responsible for inspection related activities, specific to each sites' requirements, may include but not limited to the following:
Read and inspect to blueprints and/or inspection guide sheets / instructions.
Perform Document Review, analyse, inspect and archive DHRs (paper-based and/or electronically) in compliance to GMP/GDP requirements prior to release to finished goods.
Perform computer system transactions related to router inspections, etc.
Segregate, quarantine and complete documentation for non-conforming materials when necessary.
Initiation of quarantine tickets (non-conformance reports)
Perform disposition tasks in the ERP system.
Support the achievement of Inspection Teams' KPI's.
Work to forecasts and plans based on Business requirements.
Qualifications and Work Experience:
High School Diploma, GED or equivalent.
Vocational/technical school training/certificate an advantage.
Exhibits ability to build proficiency in understanding basic concepts of GD&T training (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing).
Experience of in a regulated environment, preferable.
1+ years of technical education or work environment, preferable.
Potential ability to read blueprints and specifications exhibited.
Ability to build proficiency in the use of all standard inspection equipment including calipers, micrometers, gages and comparators.
Ability to build proficiency in the use of coordinate measuring machines, electrical / visual inspection techniques may also be required.
Ability to build proficiency in understanding of Inspection Sampling Plans
Excellent attention to detail.
Basic understanding of mathematical concepts
Ability to build proficiency in GD&T
Demonstrated computer skills including basic proficiency in MS Outlook and MS Office Suite
Demonstrated communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team-based environment that heavily emphasizes quality, performance, cross-training, customer service and accountability
Ability to build basic proficiency of FDA CFR 820 and ISO 13485 Regulations
Good level of manual dexterity
Demonstrated flexibility and team player.
Good timekeeping , attendance and performance track record
Preferred ability to lift up to 25 pounds on an occasional basis
Work From Home: No
Travel Percentage: None
Stryker Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. Stryker is an EO employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability.
Stryker Corporation will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor's legal duty to furnish information.
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