Building Condition Assessor/Inspector
- Expired: January 06, 2023. Applications are no longer accepted.
Tribal One Architecture & Engineering is looking to hire a Building Condition Assessor/ Inspector to join our expanding team of professionals. Are you looking to advance your career? Would you like to work for a growing and innovative A&E firm that values its employees? If so, please read on!
This position earns a competitive wage of $22.00 - $32.00/hour, depending on experience. We provide outstanding benefits, including an annual incentive bonus program; auto and cell phone allowances; health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance programs; and a 401(k) plan with company match!
ABOUT TRIBAL ONE ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING
Tribal One Companies was formed in February of 2012 to provide our clients with comprehensive construction services. We provide these services to the U.S. Federal Government, State and local Governments, businesses, organizations and Tribal entities. Tribal One executes a wide array of projects including full-service design; facility and infrastructure inspection and assessment; large scale vertical and horizontal construction. Through integrity, hard work and innovation, we consistently exceed the expectations of our clients on every project we undertake.
We are proud to employ some of the best professionals in the industry and work hard to create partnerships with our clients and partners that are anchored on mutual trust. Through open and honest communication, our team never fails to safely deliver projects on schedule and within budget. Our top priority is taking care of our people by providing a positive work environment and ensuring our employees can develop the skills needed to build successful careers.
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BUILDING CONDITION ASSESSOR/INSPECTOR
As a Building Condition Assessor/Inspector at Tribal One Architecture & Engineering, you will be traveling on short site visits (typically one week of less) to in and out of state U.S. Government facilities (to include DoD installations) to inventory and assess existing buildings and infrastructure. Requires understanding of construction drawings, building materials and systems including structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and finishes.
With an agile team supporting you, you will perform field work to collect facility condition data for the property, including inspecting, measuring, classifying, and photographing buildings or equipment efficiently and accurately. You will also record facility condition data and enter into database efficiently and accurately following standards and guidelines. This position will transfer and store digital property photographs accurately. You will interact with property managers and other members of the assessment team, communicate effectively in verbal and written form with administrative staff, appraisal staff, supervisors and managers, including establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with supervisors, other employees, governmental agencies, professionals, builders, and the public. You must be able to work independently in an efficient and organized manner and meet deadlines and goals. Additional duties may be assigned as determined by management depending on the project or the office requirements.
You will have abundant opportunity to utilize your professional skillset as well as to grow it and you will not be bored!
QUALIFICATIONS FOR A BUILDING CONDITION ASSESSOR/INSPECTOR
- High School diploma or equivalent required.
- One (1) year of experience in the construction or real estate industry.
- Ability to solve practical problems using a variety of basic mathematical techniques.
- Basic knowledge of computer skills, including MS Office applications, email and file management.
- Ability to manage multiple tasks, stay organized, and complete assignments in a timely, accurate manner.
- Ability to identify standard construction materials and equipment.
- Ability to travel out of state up to 50% of the time.
- Required to read blueprints and maps, and operate a computer, tablet and/or cell phone.
- Requires visits to facilities, construction sites, negotiating uneven terrain, bending, kneeling and climbing stairs during on-site inspections.
- Ability to access government installations requiring a background check.
- US citizenship.
- Valid driver's license.
Are you an accomplished and motivated building condition assessor/inspector that's looking for more? Would you like to share your expertise and help develop the next generation of inspectors? Do you want to work hard and be rewarded for it? Can you balance multiple tasks while adapting to an evolving market? Do you have excellent presentation skills, with an ability to design and develop high quality deliverables? Are you self-confident, reliable and responsible? Do you have superb problem-solving abilities and excellent verbal/written communication skills? If yes, you might just be the perfect fit for this building condition assessor/inspector position!
ARE YOU READY TO JOIN OUR TEAM?
If you feel that you would be right for this Building Condition Assessor/Inspector job, please fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. We look forward to meeting you!
Location: 80112, 80903, 21044, 29405 & 97401Employment Type: FULL_TIME
MEDC: Tribal One
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