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Posting Location Bossier, LA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 7 hours ago(10/20/2021 11:01 AM)
Are you seeking an organization that provides competitive salary and benefits as well as incentives to obtain AND maintain professional certifications and licenses? Are you interested in working on some of the most challenging and professionally rewarding construction projects being built today? The Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) has all of that and more! And we are hiring now.   Work alongside leaders in the field of building inspection, who will help you grow as a professional, and take care of you and your family. Our competitive salary is based on the idea that attracting the best talent is how we maintain our excellence, and our non-profit status means that we give back to our loyal workforce through our comprehensive benefits program.   Are you interested in working for an organization that has the tools to put your best work to its best use? Then IBTS is where you want to be.   IBTS is currently accepting applications for Building Inspector/Plans examiner in the North Louisiana Area. The Building Inspector/ Plans Examiner will be expected to conduct plan reviews and building code inspections of all types of buildings across multiple jurisdictions.    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS   - Performsfield inspection of structures during various stages of construction to ascertain compliance with approved plans, specifications, product manufacturers’ instructions and applicable construction codes for residential and commercial buildings. - Communicates with property owners, contractors and others in the process of field inspection to schedule inspections, explain requirements, cause compliance with plans and codes and give final sign-off approval. - Provides information to the public regarding codes relating to construction; assists architects, engineers, contractors and property owners in interpreting and meeting code requirements. - Prepares and maintains forms, records, and reports relative to inspection activities. - Performs plan reviews for residential and commercial  projects for compliance with applicable codes. - May perform other related duties as required.
ID
2021-2283
Posting Location San Juan, PR
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 6 days ago(10/14/2021 11:48 PM)
IBTS is seeking an experienced Financial Analyst to join the IBTS team located in Puerto Rico.  If you're eager for your next challenge, IBTS is a great place to grow your career!   Responsibilities  - Provide analytical, forecasting, reporting, and project support to senior management - Produce monthly reports, which include key metrics, financial results, and variance reporting - Spearhead the annual and quarterly budgeting and forecasting processes - Identify opportunities for performance improvement across the organization - Maintain knowledge and keep abreast of new investment regulations or policies - Develop models that help with decision-making
ID
2021-2282
Posting Location Ashburn, VA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/4/2021 11:49 AM)
We are seeking a seasoned corporate recruiter to join our HR Team.  The ideal candidate will have experience succeeding in all phases of the recruitment and offer processes.  This position is located onsitein our Ashburn, VA Headquarters office and is part-time 30+ hours a week, Monday through Friday, and is eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage, PTO, holidays, LinkedIn Learning, and more. This position reports to the HR Manager.   Responsibilities: - Perform full lifecycle recruiting for HQ and field offices for multiple types of positions: clerical, administrative, skilled labor, technical, professional, financial, management, and executive roles as well as proposals. - Serve as administrator for the applicant tracking system (ATS). Manage the applicant flow in the ATS in accordance with company and OFCCP guidance.  Regularly audit to ensure all requisite and timely actions are taken by hiring managers and HR to ensure compliance, completeness, and accuracy. - Partner with hiring managers to conduct thoughtful, thorough, strategic, and effective sourcing processes. Make recommendations related to recruitment that will contribute to the long-range growth of the company, development of pipelines, and the delivering of the highest quality results. - Assist hiring managers with position descriptions following company standards and ensuring federal and state compliance and overall effectiveness. - Work with HR and/or business unit hiring managers to clarify job specifications and ensure compliance with FLSA, EEO, AAP, OFCCP and any other applicable laws or company policies. - Conduct internal and external equity analyses utilizing ERI and other available resources. - Monitor management/executive approvals via applicant tracking system for job creation and offer processes to ensure timely actions by engaged parties. - Provide positive, professional, and high-touch experience for the applicant throughout all phases of communications – from the initial screening through the offer of employment. Represent the company in a professional and enthusiastic manner. - Schedule employment interviews – e.g., virtual, in-person, panel – providing requisite information and communicating effectively and timely with all parties involved. - Conduct follow-up with hiring managers as needed throughout the lifecycle for a position. - Provide instruction, guidance, and assistance for hiring managers as needed for accessing and/or navigating the applicant tracking system. - Process employment offers and negotiate with candidates as needed. - Generate Weekly Status Report following established format. Generate metrics and other reports as needed. - Ensure compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws, with special focus on Veterans, EEO, Affirmative Action, and Diversity initiatives. - Stay informed regarding current market trends and technologies. - Utilize internet, employee referrals, social media, job fairs, networking events, local newspapers, and various other recruiting methods and resources to attract potential candidates. - Other recruitment-related duties as needed.
ID
2021-2281
Posting Location Baton Rouge, LA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/30/2021 11:38 AM)
Under general supervision, performs a variety of routine unskilled to semi-skilled manual labor and maintenance work and safely operates a variety of vehicles, tools and equipment required to maintain the general appearance of the City and to assist with the removal of trash and debris and/or the maintenance, replacement and repair of streets, sidewalks, medians, parkways, traffic signals and signage; and performs related work.  Will be required to assist with directing traffic around worksites.  This position reports to the Public Works Supervisor and Public Works Director.     Positions in this classification are characterized by an intermediate structure where work activities change considerably from day to day, or even hour to hour, but usually within some reasonable or expected bounds. Contacts are regularly made both inside and outside the organization at all organizational levels, and require considerable tact, discretion, and persuasion to obtain willing action and consent.   May be required to work overtime to include weekends and emergencies.  May work in adverse weather conditions.  - - - Loads and unloads supplies, tools and equipment - Picks up asphalt from asphalt plant - Breaks up, picks up and dumps asphalt, dirt and debris - Prepares area for asphalt; oils area using a compressor; dumps, spreads and rakes asphalt; seals, caps and cleans area - Provides traffic control, setting up and removing signage, cones and barricades as appropriate to the job site - Weeds, cultivates, plants, fertilizes, and irrigates landscaped medians and parkways - Safely uses power equipment and hand tools to mow, aerate and edge lawn areas - Prunes and trims trees, shrubs and hedges; stakes trees as necessary - Rakes, sweeps and vacuums leaves and lawn clippings; clears debris from work area - Care and maintenance of plants, trees, grasses, flowers and shrubs - Loads and unloads supplies, tools and equipment - Picks up concrete, as needed - Breaks up, picks up and dumps concrete, dirt and roots - Removes forms and cleans work site - Repair storm drains - Dig ditches and clean out culverts - Pothole Patching - Performs maintenance, repair and installation of asphalt, signs, lighting, concrete, storm drains; perform maintenance and repair of storm drains and related equipment - Safely operates a variety of tools and equipment used in maintenance and construction - Performs maintenance, repair and installation of asphalt, signs, lighting, concrete, storm drains; perform maintenance and repair of storm drains and related equipment - Keeps records and logs - Other duties as assigned   Required Abilities - - - Perform heavy manual labor - Work independently - Follow written and oral directions - Observe safety principles and work in a safe manner - Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing - Establish and maintain effective working relationships - Safely and effectively operate a variety of maintenance and construction equipment and tools and related materials
ID
2021-2280
Posting Location Baton Rouge, LA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/30/2021 11:39 AM)
Under direction of the Public Works Director, supervises the activities of personnel, field crews and individuals in the maintenance and repair of public utilities including, but not limited to streets, traffic signs and markings, and storm drains; does related work as required.    Positions in this classification are characterized by an intermediate structure where work activities change considerably from day to day, or even hour to hour, but usually within some reasonable or expected bounds. Contacts are regularly made both inside and outside the organization at all organizational levels, and require considerable tact, discretion and persuasion to obtain willing action and consent.   This position may be required to work overtime during the week, hours on the weekend, and/or hours during emergencies.     RESPONSIBILITIES:   - - - Leads, oversees, reviews and performs the work of staff responsible for maintenance, repair, construction and installation work in streets, grounds and related facilities - Develops and implements crew assignments - Assists maintenance staff in troubleshooting and performing the more complex maintenance and repair activities. - Supervises the operation and upkeep of construction and maintenance equipment and/or machinery, including maintenance vehicles, power tools and related equipment - Provides training for assigned staffing areas of work - Performs minor carpentry, painting tasks - Ensures adherence to safe work methods, procedures and practices - Identifies training opportunities and needs - Makes recommendations to higher level staff - Demonstrates a full understanding of applicable policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned duties - Evaluates assigned work projects - Estimates time, materials and equipment necessary for the successful completion of the project - Acquires necessary resources as is appropriate - Coordinates work activities with other Public Works maintenance units and City departments - Communicates and responds to the more difficult questions and concerns from the general public - Provides information as is appropriate and resolves public service complaints. - Other duties as assigned.
ID
2021-2279
Posting Location Baton Rouge, LA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(9/22/2021 4:26 PM)
Under direction of the Public Works Director, supervises the activities of personnel, field crews and individuals in the maintenance and repair of public utilities including, but not limited to streets, traffic signs and markings, and storm drains; does related work as required.    Positions in this classification are characterized by an intermediate structure where work activities change considerably from day to day, or even hour to hour, but usually within some reasonable or expected bounds. Contacts are regularly made both inside and outside the organization at all organizational levels, and require considerable tact, discretion and persuasion to obtain willing action and consent.   RESPONSIBILITIES:   - - - Leads, oversees, reviews and performs the work of staff responsible for maintenance, repair, construction and installation work in streets, grounds and related facilities - Develops and implements crew assignments - Assists maintenance staff in troubleshooting and performing the more complex maintenance and repair activities. - Supervises the operation and upkeep of construction and maintenance equipment and/or machinery, including maintenance vehicles, power tools and related equipment - Provides training for assigned staffing areas of work - Performs minor carpentry, painting tasks - Ensures adherence to safe work methods, procedures and practices - Identifies training opportunities and needs - Makes recommendations to higher level staff - Demonstrates a full understanding of applicable policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned duties - Evaluates assigned work projects - Estimates time, materials and equipment necessary for the successful completion of the project - Acquires necessary resources as is appropriate - Coordinates work activities with other Public Works maintenance units and City departments - Communicates and responds to the more difficult questions and concerns from the general public - Provides information as is appropriate and resolves public service complaints.
ID
2021-2277
Posting Location San Juan, Puerto Rico
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(9/15/2021 12:54 PM)
  The role of the Project Manager is to assure the effective, profitable operations of the Puerto Rico Planning Board (PRPB) PMO program in a manner that meets client expectations including the effective support of new program development, compliance, administration, and finance.  Effective coordination with the program executive, managers, employees, and teaming partners will be critical. The project manager will be the IBTS daily point-of-contact with internal PRPB representatives and external private and public stakeholders.    Essential Functions - Manage and assure effective financial oversight of PRPB project including - providing compliant time and material documentation and project deliverables - assuring that work is billed by the 9th of each month to the client in a complete and compliant fashion - assuring that monthly invoices are approved by client and effectively address any required revisions - managing the budget effectively to meet profit and performance goals - assuring that subcontractor timesheets and invoices are submitted monthly - Assure clear lines of responsibility within the PRPB team. - Establish clear lines of authority, responsibility, and accountability. - Assure the human resource regulations are met and that a positive, effective, efficient work team is maintained. - Assure a thorough understanding of contracts assigned including scope, fee schedules, payment terms, contract termination terms, and compliance terms. - Manage and develop project staff to assure an effective, efficient, business capability that consistently meets project expectations for product quality and production volume and timeliness. - Maintain project deliverables and provide feedback to Program Executive regarding staff performance, and deficiencies. - Assure compliance with local, state, and federal regulations (especially HMGP/FEMA) and statutes that may apply to the PRPB PMO. - Identify critical business capability opportunities, develop plans to acquire the capabilities, and execute those plans. - Communicate effectively with PRPB resources, stakeholders, clients, division leadership, and corporate leadership. - Identify operational, legal, compliance, and safety risks. - Provide timely, accurate, compliant project reports to clients and management reports to project executive team. - Establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, government officials, teaming partners, vendors, and media representatives and use these relationships to develop new business opportunities.  Job Specifications - Requires strong leadership skills and ability to provide clear direction and performance assessment. - Provide effective fiduciary oversight including client billing, subcontractor invoicing, expense management, time and attendance, travel cost management, other direct charge management, supporting accounting reconciliation, and assuring profitability. - Provide effective contract management / oversight managing scope and terms effectively. - Create schedules and action plans and assure their effective definition, responsibility, accountability, and authority. - Effectively contribute to proposal development, client meetings, and other development related activities. - Develop and maintain the IBTS' corporate image and identity. - Respond to requests for information about employers' activities or status. - Oversee effective administrative and human resource compliance. - Foster positive attitude towards IBTS staff, contractors, and clients. - Must speak, read, and write English.  Spanish language proficiency preferred. - Demonstrate the capacity to manage multiple project tasks, initiatives, direct reports, and subcontractors effectively. - Protect and foster the integrity of the PRPB team and IBTS. - Act ethically in all situations.
ID
2021-2275
Posting Location Ashburn, VA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(9/10/2021 4:51 PM)
The Contracts/Legal Division manages all aspects of the company’s contracts, subcontracts, procurement of materials/services, and awarded contract reviews in support of Federal, State, and Local Government, and Commercial and Residential Programs. This position is not remote and requires an in-office presence in our HQ office in Ashburn, VA.  Relocation assistance is not provided. The Contracts Administrator shall perform the following responsibilities: - Review, process, and administer contract and subcontract actions (new awards and modifications) - Coordinate and interface with Program Management personnel and Customers on matters of business and terms and conditions. - Review awarded contracts and collaborate with personnel of other departments to ensure compliance with Customer instructions and contract requirements. - Manage (hands-on) contracts document systems to include set up, input, tracking, quality reviews, analyses, report generation, and making recommendations for enhancements and/or expansion of systems. - Liaise with outside professionals regarding Certificates of Insurance, Additional Insured requirements, and other related actions to ensure compliance with Customer requirements. - Perform online Government Filings. - Manage GSA Schedules - e-mods, GSA Advantage, required reporting. - Ensure compliance with Company Policies and Procedures and Company's compliance with Government programs and initiatives. - Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested. - Review solicitations and advise as to risks. - Perform contract close-outs.     Competencies: - Knowledge of U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Commercial contracting principles and the ability to negotiate and edit contract changes. - Experience working with GSA Schedules. - Broad knowledge of all contract, solicitation and agreement types to include FFP, Cost Reimbursement, Time and Materials, ID/IQ, CPFF, Teaming Agreements, operational agreements, vendor agreements, and Proprietary Information Agreements. - Direct responsibility for the administration of contracts/subcontracts in support of Federal, State, and local Government agency programs; contracts/subcontracts for Residential and Commercial Building/Construction services; and consultant/contractor agreements. - Broad knowledge of U.S. Government and Commercial contract terms and conditions relating to for example Limitation of Cost/Funds, performance/delivery risks, payment criteria and Software Licensing. - Experience working with HUD or FEMA grants is desirable. - Excellent analytical, communication, and negotiation skills. - Ability to work independently with minimal oversight.
ID
2021-2273
Posting Location Ashburn, VA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(9/3/2021 10:29 AM)
We are seeking an experienced and responsible full-stack javascript developer to maintain a custom inspection system built in React. The backend is a serverless environment primarily using Firebase (Node), but also has a few Google Cloud elements.   The engineer  will be responsible for maintaining current test protocols, improving system stability, and evaluating new methods of logging and testing that contribute to system stability.   The ideal candidate is familiar with small team software development and is comfortable with both self-starting and being directed by a project manager.   This is a temporary, six-month project, but has the potential to transition to a full-time position.    
ID
2021-2271
Posting Location Baton Rouge, LA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(8/19/2021 4:42 PM)
Under direction of the Public Works Director, supervises the activities of personnel, field crews and individuals in the maintenance and repair of public utilities including, but not limited to streets, traffic signs and markings, and storm drains; does related work as required.    Positions in this classification are characterized by an intermediate structure where work activities change considerably from day to day, or even hour to hour, but usually within some reasonable or expected bounds. Contacts are regularly made both inside and outside the organization at all organizational levels, and require considerable tact, discretion and persuasion to obtain willing action and consent.   RESPONSIBILITIES:   - - - Leads, oversees, reviews and performs the work of staff responsible for maintenance, repair, construction and installation work in streets, grounds and related facilities - Develops and implements crew assignments - Assists maintenance staff in troubleshooting and performing the more complex maintenance and repair activities. - Supervises the operation and upkeep of construction and maintenance equipment and/or machinery, including maintenance vehicles, power tools and related equipment - Provides training for assigned staffing areas of work - Performs minor carpentry, painting tasks - Ensures adherence to safe work methods, procedures and practices - Identifies training opportunities and needs - Makes recommendations to higher level staff - Demonstrates a full understanding of applicable policies, procedures and work methods associated with assigned duties - Evaluates assigned work projects - Estimates time, materials and equipment necessary for the successful completion of the project - Acquires necessary resources as is appropriate - Coordinates work activities with other Public Works maintenance units and City departments - Communicates and responds to the more difficult questions and concerns from the general public - Provides information as is appropriate and resolves public service complaints.
ID
2021-2268
Posting Location Central, LA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(8/17/2021 1:38 PM)
Under general direction of the Program Director, the Senior Civil Engineer performs responsible administrative and professional engineering work as a licensed professional engineer.  Work involves directing floodplain management, reviewing land development applications for consistency with ordinances, and compliance with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).  Work requires exceptional teamwork and the use of independent judgment within established policy guidelines. Performs other work as requested. ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS   - Actively participates in the senior leadership team to enhance operational efficiency, continually improve client services, and build the capability of the staff. In this role, consults closely with the Public Works Director, Planning Director and fellow senior leadership team members. - Directs floodplain management; performs difficult staffing duties, including hiring and training qualified employees, performance management, and administering disciplinary procedures. - Reviews maps, site plans, plats, drainage studies, stormwater management, and construction plans for development in the City of Central; oversees the review of flood zone forms for all proposed structures. Reviews drainage calculations for storm drain systems and detention ponds for flood control; reviews hydrologic calculations associated with watershed and impact studies. - Explains requirements of NFIP to the general public, elected officials, developers, architects, land surveyors, planners, and engineers. - Provides oversight of the Community Rating System (CRS) program to maintain and improve, when possible, the rate classification. - Compiles reports for the Program Director, Mayor, and Council Members. - Investigates and resolves citizen complaints; inspects and investigates development and drainage issues. - Appears in a variety of public settings to represent the City of Central, including Council meetings, public hearings, public outreach programs, and before various boards and courts to testify in appeals and other legal actions. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES   - Knowledge of the principles and practices of engineering, particularly as applied subdivision developments and drainage systems. Knowledge of the Comprehensive Zoning and Development Codes.   - Knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), including the Community Rating System (CRS). - Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, resolutions, policies, and procedures. - Knowledge of Geographical Information System (GIS) software. - Knowledge of NFIP permitting requirements and the software programs utilized in the permitting process. - Knowledge of the basic principles of surveying, building construction, hydrology, and hydraulics. - Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, resolutions, policies, and procedures. - Knowledge of the modern developments, current literature and sources of information regarding professional engineering. Ability to plan, schedule, and supervise a group of professional, sub-professional, skilled and semiskilled employees in a variety of operational and maintenance activities. - Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, subordinates, engineers, architects, contractors, and the public. - Ability to apply good work habits such as punctuality, reliability, preciseness, and dependability in order to effectively complete assigned tasks and contribute to the smooth operation of the department and division. NOTE: The work examples described in this specification are intended only as an illustration of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from job performance requirements if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the job.   LOCATION OF WORK Department of Development
ID
2021-2267
Posting Location Central, LA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(8/17/2021 1:39 PM)
Under general direction of the Program Director, the Civil Engineer performs responsible administrative and professional engineering work as a licensed professional engineer.  Work involves directing floodplain management, reviewing land development applications for consistency with ordinances, and compliance with the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).  Work requires exceptional teamwork and the use of independent judgment within established policy guidelines. Performs other work as requested. ESSENTIAL WORK TASKS   - Actively participates in the leadership team to enhance operational efficiency, continually improve client services, and build the capability of the staff. In this role, consults closely with the Public Works Director, Planning Director and fellow senior leadership team members. - Directs floodplain management; performs difficult staffing duties, including hiring and training qualified employees, performance management, and administering disciplinary procedures. - Reviews maps, site plans, plats, drainage studies, stormwater management, and construction plans for development in the City of Central; oversees the review of flood zone forms for all proposed structures. Reviews drainage calculations for storm drain systems and detention ponds for flood control; reviews hydrologic calculations associated with watershed and impact studies. - Explains requirements of NFIP to the general public, elected officials, developers, architects, land surveyors, planners, and engineers. - Provides oversight of the Community Rating System (CRS) program to maintain and improve, when possible, the rate classification. - Compiles reports for the Program Director, Mayor, and Council Members. - Investigates and resolves citizen complaints; inspects and investigates development and drainage issues. Appears in a variety of public settings to represent the City of Central, including Council meetings, public hearings, public outreach programs, and before various boards and courts to testify in appeals and other legal actions. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES   - Knowledge of the principles and practices of engineering, particularly as applied subdivision developments and drainage systems. Knowledge of the Comprehensive Zoning and Development Codes.   - Knowledge of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), including the Community Rating System (CRS). - Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, resolutions, policies, and procedures. - Knowledge of Geographical Information System (GIS) software. - Knowledge of NFIP permitting requirements and the software programs utilized in the permitting process. - Knowledge of the basic principles of surveying, building construction, hydrology, and hydraulics. - Knowledge of applicable federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, resolutions, policies, and procedures. - Knowledge of the modern developments, current literature and sources of information regarding professional engineering. Ability to plan, schedule, and supervise a group of professional, sub-professional, skilled and semiskilled employees in a variety of operational and maintenance activities. - Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with superiors, subordinates, engineers, architects, contractors, and the public. - Ability to apply good work habits such as punctuality, reliability, preciseness, and dependability in order to effectively complete assigned tasks and contribute to the smooth operation of the department and division. NOTE: The work examples described in this specification are intended only as an illustration of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from job performance requirements if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the job.   LOCATION OF WORK Department of Development
ID
2021-2266
Posting Location Various Locations
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 1 month ago(9/13/2021 2:25 PM)
Are you seeking an organization that provides competitive salary and benefits, as well as incentives  to obtain and maintain professional certifications and licenses?   Are you interested in working alongside leaders in the field of building inspection and engineering around Northern Virginia and the surrounding areas?   Are you a retired professional interested in working on some of the most challenging and professionally rewarding construction projects being built today?   The Institute for Building Technology and Safety (IBTS) has all of that and more!   We are now hiring for multiple positions and offer a competitive salary and benefits package based on IBTS’ idea that attracting the best talent is how we maintain our excellence.   Our benefits include, but are not limited to: - Access to a Company Vehicle - Temporary Housing Allowance with Relocation - Certification & License Incentives (Training costs, Exam/Renewal fees, and Incentive Bonus) - Paid Time Off & Paid Holidays - Rich Health Insurance Plans (Medical, Dental, Vision, and FSA) - 401k with Employer Matching   HIRING OPPORTUNITY   IBTS is currently accepting applications for Commercial Building Inspectors (electrical experience preferred but not required). These are Senior-level Inspector roles.    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS   - Performs field inspection of structures and infrastructure during various stages of construction to ascertain compliance with the approved plans, specifications, product manufacturers’ instructions and applicable construction codes. - Provides information relating to construction codes; assists architects, engineers, contractors and others in interpreting code requirements. - Prepares and maintains forms, records, and reports relative to inspection activities. - Ability to work in a team environment or independently. - Reviews plans for code compliance. - May perform other related duties as required.
ID
2021-2257
Posting Location Richmond, VA
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(6/6/2021 4:01 PM)
Existing and exciting opportunity for talented, experienced ICC-Certified Combination Building Inspectors for work located in the US Virgin Islands. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to make a real,long-term impact for the building inspection professionals in the islands. The duration of the position(s) will vary between 6 months to 18 months.    In Sept 2017, Hurricane Maria created significant damage to the built environment stretching the capabilities of building code professionals.  This opportunity is to work with local building code professionals to provide inspection and design review services and at the same time be a Mentor and Trainer for local inspectors to give them real on-the-ground experience as well as assist them in obtaining ICC Certifications.   IBTS is seeking professional building inspectors who are self-starters to work on a variety of assignments including mentoring and training. You will 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.   Responsibilities: - Performs daily field inspections of primarily residential construction. - Interacts with the public and explains technical information to both technically and non-technically trained individuals. - Reviews residential and commercial plans and engineering calculations for building components to ensure compliance with applicable codes. - Maintains accurate records to document inspections, test results, and additional details pertaining to inspections. - Maintains computer logs of inspection reports, entering inspection results into permitting software. - Mentor and Train local inspectors by accompanying them onsite and prepare them to become ICC certified inspectors.
ID
2021-2255
Posting Location Carolina, PR
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(6/4/2021 2:10 PM)
Existing and exciting opportunity for talented, experienced ICC-Certified Combination Building Inspectors for work located in the US Virgin Islands. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to make a real,long-term impact for the building inspection professionals in the islands. The duration of the position(s) will vary between 6 months to 18 months.    In Sept 2017, Hurricane Maria created significant damage to the built environment stretching the capabilities of building code professionals.  This opportunity is to work with local building code professionals to provide inspection and design review services and at the same time be a Mentor and Trainer for local inspectors to give them real on-the-ground experience as well as assist them in obtaining ICC Certifications.   IBTS is seeking professional building inspectors who are self-starters to work on a variety of assignments including mentoring and training. You will 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.   Responsibilities: - Performs daily field inspections of primarily residential construction. - Interacts with the public and explains technical information to both technically and non-technically trained individuals. - Reviews residential and commercial plans and engineering calculations for building components to ensure compliance with applicable codes. - Maintains accurate records to document inspections, test results, and additional details pertaining to inspections. - Maintains computer logs of inspection reports, entering inspection results into permitting software. - Mentor and Train local inspectors by accompanying them onsite and prepare them to become ICC certified inspectors.
ID
2021-2254
Posting Location Ponce, PR
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(6/4/2021 2:09 PM)
Existing and exciting opportunity for talented, experienced ICC-Certified Combination Building Inspectors for work located in the US Virgin Islands. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to make a real,long-term impact for the building inspection professionals in the islands. The duration of the position(s) will vary between 6 months to 18 months.    In Sept 2017, Hurricane Maria created significant damage to the built environment stretching the capabilities of building code professionals.  This opportunity is to work with local building code professionals to provide inspection and design review services and at the same time be a Mentor and Trainer for local inspectors to give them real on-the-ground experience as well as assist them in obtaining ICC Certifications.   IBTS is seeking professional building inspectors who are self-starters to work on a variety of assignments including mentoring and training. You will 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.   Responsibilities: - Performs daily field inspections of primarily residential construction. - Interacts with the public and explains technical information to both technically and non-technically trained individuals. - Reviews residential and commercial plans and engineering calculations for building components to ensure compliance with applicable codes. - Maintains accurate records to document inspections, test results, and additional details pertaining to inspections. - Maintains computer logs of inspection reports, entering inspection results into permitting software. - Mentor and Train local inspectors by accompanying them onsite and prepare them to become ICC certified inspectors.
ID
2021-2253
Posting Location San Juan, PR
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(6/4/2021 2:07 PM)
Existing and exciting opportunity for talented, experienced ICC-Certified Combination Building Inspectors for work located in the US Virgin Islands. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to make a real,long-term impact for the building inspection professionals in the islands. The duration of the position(s) will vary between 6 months to 18 months.    In Sept 2017, Hurricane Maria created significant damage to the built environment stretching the capabilities of building code professionals.  This opportunity is to work with local building code professionals to provide inspection and design review services and at the same time be a Mentor and Trainer for local inspectors to give them real on-the-ground experience as well as assist them in obtaining ICC Certifications.   IBTS is seeking professional building inspectors who are self-starters to work on a variety of assignments including mentoring and training. You will 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.   Responsibilities: - Performs daily field inspections of primarily residential construction. - Interacts with the public and explains technical information to both technically and non-technically trained individuals. - Reviews residential and commercial plans and engineering calculations for building components to ensure compliance with applicable codes. - Maintains accurate records to document inspections, test results, and additional details pertaining to inspections. - Maintains computer logs of inspection reports, entering inspection results into permitting software. - Mentor and Train local inspectors by accompanying them onsite and prepare them to become ICC certified inspectors.
ID
2021-2252
Posting Location Caguas, PR
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(6/4/2021 2:06 PM)
Existing and exciting opportunity for talented, experienced ICC-Certified Combination Building Inspectors for work located in the US Virgin Islands. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to make a real,long-term impact for the building inspection professionals in the islands. The duration of the position(s) will vary between 6 months to 18 months.    In Sept 2017, Hurricane Maria created significant damage to the built environment stretching the capabilities of building code professionals.  This opportunity is to work with local building code professionals to provide inspection and design review services and at the same time be a Mentor and Trainer for local inspectors to give them real on-the-ground experience as well as assist them in obtaining ICC Certifications.   IBTS is seeking professional building inspectors who are self-starters to work on a variety of assignments including mentoring and training. You will 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.   Responsibilities: - Performs daily field inspections of primarily residential construction. - Interacts with the public and explains technical information to both technically and non-technically trained individuals. - Reviews residential and commercial plans and engineering calculations for building components to ensure compliance with applicable codes. - Maintains accurate records to document inspections, test results, and additional details pertaining to inspections. - Maintains computer logs of inspection reports, entering inspection results into permitting software. - Mentor and Train local inspectors by accompanying them onsite and prepare them to become ICC certified inspectors.
ID
2021-2251
Posting Location Bayamon, PR
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(6/4/2021 2:05 PM)
Existing and exciting opportunity for talented, experienced ICC-Certified Combination Building Inspectors for work located in the US Virgin Islands. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to make a real,long-term impact for the building inspection professionals in the islands. The duration of the position(s) will vary between 6 months to 18 months.    In Sept 2017, Hurricane Maria created significant damage to the built environment stretching the capabilities of building code professionals.  This opportunity is to work with local building code professionals to provide inspection and design review services and at the same time be a Mentor and Trainer for local inspectors to give them real on-the-ground experience as well as assist them in obtaining ICC Certifications.   IBTS is seeking professional building inspectors who are self-starters to work on a variety of assignments including mentoring and training. You will 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.   Responsibilities: - Performs daily field inspections of primarily residential construction. - Interacts with the public and explains technical information to both technically and non-technically trained individuals. - Reviews residential and commercial plans and engineering calculations for building components to ensure compliance with applicable codes. - Maintains accurate records to document inspections, test results, and additional details pertaining to inspections. - Maintains computer logs of inspection reports, entering inspection results into permitting software. - Mentor and Train local inspectors by accompanying them onsite and prepare them to become ICC certified inspectors.
ID
2021-2250
Posting Location Palm Beach, FL
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 5 months ago(6/4/2021 2:04 PM)
Existing and exciting opportunity for talented, experienced ICC-Certified Combination Building Inspectors for work located in the US Virgin Islands. This opportunity offers a great opportunity to make a real,long-term impact for the building inspection professionals in the islands. The duration of the position(s) will vary between 6 months to 18 months.    In Sept 2017, Hurricane Maria created significant damage to the built environment stretching the capabilities of building code professionals.  This opportunity is to work with local building code professionals to provide inspection and design review services and at the same time be a Mentor and Trainer for local inspectors to give them real on-the-ground experience as well as assist them in obtaining ICC Certifications.   IBTS is seeking professional building inspectors who are self-starters to work on a variety of assignments including mentoring and training. You will 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.   Responsibilities: - Performs daily field inspections of primarily residential construction. - Interacts with the public and explains technical information to both technically and non-technically trained individuals. - Reviews residential and commercial plans and engineering calculations for building components to ensure compliance with applicable codes. - Maintains accurate records to document inspections, test results, and additional details pertaining to inspections. - Maintains computer logs of inspection reports, entering inspection results into permitting software. - Mentor and Train local inspectors by accompanying them onsite and prepare them to become ICC certified inspectors.
ID
2021-2249

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