We are looking for a Elevator Inspector to join our team! The City of Atlantic City seeks to hire an elevator inspector to review plans and conduct elevator inspections that enforce the State Uniform Construction Code (UCC), the elevator subcode, and regulations adopted pursuant the Uniform Construction Code Act.
Knowledge and Responsibilities:
- Examines plans and specifications of elevator work for compliance with the elevator subcode of the New Jersey Construction Code.
- Inspects and evaluates all elevator work installed during construction to ensure conformity to elevator subcode, and the regulations of the New Jersey Uniform Construction Code.
- Inspects elevator installations in existing buildings to ensure that they meet minimum safety standards. Determines the proper cause of violations of elevator subcodes, and takes proper corrective action.
- Presents inspection findings in court and administrative hearings.
- Prepares recommendations and essential reports regarding temporary and final certificates of occupancy.
- Establishes and maintains records using construction code specific software and mobile devices.
- Comprehension of elevator mechanical and electrical maintenance, inspections, and design.
- Familiarity with the requirements for special features, fixtures, methods, and devices required in particular circumstances by the Uniform Construction Code.
- Knowledge of elevator subcode background, purpose, history, place in local government structure and relation to construction code enforcement programs.
- Knowledge of basic classification of structures into class categories and systematic plans analysis.
- Understanding of identification and material requirements that must be shown on plans to ensure compliance with code requirements and advanced elevator system design.
- Experience with proper installation methods for all approved materials.
- Expertise in basic inspection report writing including the preparation of violation notices and required inspection record keeping.
- Know the proper procedures and methods necessary to check the design, material, and installation practices for the more complex systems which characterize high rise and hazardous structures, with particular attention to the hazardous use identified in article four of the building subcode and the hazardous locations identified in the subcode.
- Analyze and interpret codes regarding elevator installations.
- Ability to conduct inspections, identify violations, and take corrective actions.
- Able to review working plans and specifications prepared by others for accuracy and conformity.
- Possession of a valid New Jersey Driver’s license.
- Possession of a valid Elevator Inspector, High Rise and Hazardous (HHS) license, issued by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs.