Ontario Construction News staff writer
The City of Oshawa is looking to hire a temporary construction inspector for the position of overseeing work that is completed in compliance with approved plans and specifications.
The new hire will be responsible for inspecting all phases of construction projects, documenting activities for the successful completion of said projects, maintaining job diaries, preparing final measurement documentation, and other construction forms.
The city says the new person hired will also be responsible for coordinating contract activities related to regional work, utilities, consultants/developers, residents, and internal departments.
In addition, the new hire will be expected to investigate and resolve problems or complaints, provide input and advice on technical matters, and provide guidance to other construction staff.
To be eligible for the position, the new hire must have either a three-year diploma in civil engineering technology from a recognized community college or equivalent work experience in construction.
Applicants are also being asked to demonstrate ability to work with accuracy and on their own initiative, as well as possessing and maintaining an Ontario driver’s licence with a minimum class G and pass the city’s corporation tests for motor vehicle operation.
In addition, applicants will be required to supply their own vehicle.
The city says that as part of the hiring process, applicants will be required to undergo a criminal records and judicial matters check as well as an employment medical.
If you are interested in applying for the position, you are being encouraged to apply online at https://oshawa.jobs.net/jobs?