|Appointing Authority||Summit County Executive Russell M. Pry|
|Bargaining Unit||Executive’s Office (AFSCME Local 1229)|
|Department/Division||Executive, Department of Community and Economic Development|
|Full Time/Part Time||Full Time|
|Work Schedule||Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Some evening and weekend hours may be required.|
|Job Description||Under general supervision; conducts electrical inspections of industrial, residential and commercial buildings to ensure compliance with state and local building codes; prepares reports on inspections. Performs other related duties as required.|
|Required Qualifications||Any combination of training and work experience which indicates possession of the skills, knowledge and abilities listed below.
Completion of a high school equivalent education. Must possess a valid Electrical Inspector’s Certificate of competency issued by the Oho Board of Building Standards. Must possess a valid State of Ohio vehicle operator’s license.
|Pre-Employment Testing Requirements||Pre-employment Drug and Alcohol Testing|
|Physical Demands||An employee is required to travel to and access the various work sites; work will be performed in confined and high spaces by bending, stooping, climbing and walking; exposure to the hazards associated with inspection of electrical installation will be present. Required certification and licensing must be maintained.|
|Job Duty Name||Electrical Inspector Job Functions|
|Description of Job Duty||Schedules and conducts inspections of industrial, residential and commercial facilities to ensure compliance with local and state of building codes; review plans and ensures construction meets specifications required by plans; reinspects equipment and facilities as required; gives final approval to projects.
Compiles detailed notes on each specific inspection conducted (e.g. date, time started/ended, progress of work, violations, approvals permit applications; issues building permits; prepares reports on work activities and reports, inspections; prepares special reports regarding complaints from citizens and governmental agencies.
Provides advice to architects, engineers, contractors, craftsmen, property owners, maintenance personnel and citizens regarding state and local electrical building codes; recommends alternative methods of compliance to codes; provides court testimony in cases related to building code violations.
|Working Title||Electrical Inspector|
|Number of Vacancies||1|
|Advertised Salary||$25.33 – Hourly
$2,026.40 – Bi-Weekly
$52,686.40 – Annually
|Open Until Filled||Yes|