Talent Acquisition Concepts is currently looking for an Electrical Inspector to join a company that is a leader in delivering lifecycle energy security solutions to mission-critical government and commercial facility owners. Our client's products save millions of dollars in utility costs, reduce harmful emissions to the environment, and mitigate cyber‐attacks on facilities. Come join the team, and make an impact today!
What does a typical day look like for the Electrical Inspector?
Although no two days will be the same, you will:
- Execute Electrical systems inspections, and facilities management services for new and existing construction efforts on multiple concurrent projects.
- Prepare Inspection and code enforcement plans, specifications, checklists, and reports.
- Projects will focus on electrical, substations, high tension, HVAC, utility service, controls and SCADA, security and camera systems, fire alarm monitoring systems, fire suppression systems, building management systems, intercom systems, radio systems, microwave systems.
- Read and interpret plans and specifications and prepare written contract administration documentation, such as daily narratives (work reports), special inspection reports, daily time and material records, and document unit price work.
- Identify potential extra work issues and keep the client and management advised of issues.
- Prepare estimates of extra work as applicable.
- Prepare related sketches and documentation as required.
- Review plans for construction feasibility and code compliance and prepare comments.
- Apply knowledge of the latest National Electric Code and testing criteria for all types of electrical systems.
What qualifications do you look for?
- U.S. Citizenship Required.
- Must be able to obtain/maintain a security clearance.
- Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field is required.
- EIT is desired.
- 5+ years of direct experience in electrical systems as well as experience with electrical inspection procedures.
- Expertise in the inspection and code enforcement of electrical systems including substations, high tension, HVAC, utility service, controls and SCADA, security and camera systems, fire alarm monitoring systems, fire suppression systems, building management systems, intercom systems, radio systems, microwave systems is also required.
- Must be able to initiate action, prioritize tasks, and perform work efficiently within a defined budget and schedule.
- Must be proficient in the use of MS Office suite and scheduling software.
- OSHA 10-hour construction safety, and fall protection, confined space, and permit-required confined space entry training.
We're extra impressed by:
- PE preferred.
- LEED Accredited Professional certification is highly desirable.