The City of Manassas is accepting applications for our next Site Inspector! This position is great for an individual who enjoys variety in their day with exploration of multiple projects and site locations throughout the City. We are seeking a detail-oriented and organized individual with a background in construction who enjoys working with others. Amazing connections, projects, and success await you — apply today!
The Site Inspector is responsible for reviewing and inspecting site and development plans and the daily progress of multiple construction projects to ensure compliance with local, state and federal building codes and standards.
The incumbent of this position:
Inspects all aspects of site development related to erosion, sediment control and stormwater
Reviews and provide comments related to erosion control, civil engineered site and subdivision plans and revisions to determine conformance with local, state and federal standards, specifications, and regulations
Determines if the plan is acceptable for approval
Performs inspections of erosion and sedimentation control, stormwater inspections and site construction
Prepares reports and maintains documentation
Issues corrective actions and code violations and stop work to contractors if they are not in conformance with State and local laws, codes, standards, and specifications
Assists in reviewing and inspecting stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPP)
Reviews field changes with civil engineers and contractors, determines if field changes meet local, state and federal codes
Makes recommendations with regard to the need for formal plan revisions
Makes technical decisions on the changes, provides technical information and documentation to civil engineers
Reviews as built plans to ensure field changes are included on the plans, determines approval or denial of plans
Provides technical documentation and support to the City Bond Administrator for the purpose of maintaining and/or reviewing Performance Bonds and Erosion Control Bonds and agreements
Additional duties listed on the application website.
Minimum Required Qualifications
Associate’s degree in Construction Engineering, Construction Management, or related field; supplemented by two (2) years of experience in construction engineering, construction management, or a closely related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.