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Be part of a diverse team of forward-thinkers and doers–people who want to make an impact and cultivate their expertise in collaboration with others.
Join an exciting, team oriented technical firm and work with over 300 other engaged associates in our main Columbus office. The successful candidate will monitor the work of contractors to ensure quality control and contract compliance primarily for public capital improvement projects of routine to moderately complexity. Oversee, inspect and monitor contractual field work which includes excavations, drainage facilities, road surfaces, water line installation and sanitary sewer piping and structures; schedules work and inspection phases with contactor and agency personnel. Advise contractors of violations/deviations and recommend adjustments to operations. Serve as a liaison between the Client and EMH&T. Maintain project records which include daily logs, materials notebooks, photos, as-built plans and/or pay quantity records. This position is full-time, seasonal.
The ideal candidate will have at least ten (10) years of experience in construction related activities, including 3 - 5 years of experience in the inspection of state, county and public construction projects. Past experience must involve CIP projects. Other combinations of experience and education may be substituted. Registration with the ACIA preferred. Various combinations of education and experience which are acceptable or registration may be substituted. Knowledge of construction practices and techniques, engineering terminology, principles and techniques of civil engineering including materials testing, surveying and plans review and knowledge of materials used in construction projects.
Other key competencies and capabilities necessary for success in this position include:
• Observation & measurement techniques; graphic expression of ideas and concepts
• Attention to detail, organizational and follow up capabilities
• Mathematical skills, e.g. averages, percentages, ratios, proportions, logarithms, geometry
• Demonstrated oral and written communications
• Excellent interpersonal and relationship management skills
• Cooperation and adaptability
• Appreciation for safe work procedures