Keville Enterprises Inc.
  • 03-May-2018 to 02-Jun-2018 (EST)
  • Annapolis, MD, USA
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

Keville offers a competitive wage and a comprehensive benefits package to include Medical, Dental and Life Insurance, 401k Profit Sharing Plan, FSA/Dependent Care accounts, paid time off for Vacation, Sick and Holidays. We support ample industry related training and a broad range of career opportunities.


Keville Enterprises is seeking qualified inspectors (TET II-IV) for transportation projects (Roadway/Bridge) to be performed in District 3 (Montgomery and Prince George's Counties) and District 5 (Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, St. Mary's Counties). A positive attitude is a must.

Duties:

Inspector will serve as a principal inspector on a small to medium-size construction project; may lend technical guidance to State personnel assigned to the project and review contractor's operations to assure technical adherence to plans and specifications.  Applicants in this class receive supervision from a higher level Engineering Technician or Professional Engineer.  Their work effectiveness will be determined through a review of written reports and complete assignments and may require supervision of lower level aides.  He/She will advise interested parties as to contractor's progress, possible over/under-run in quantities, and delay's due to utility adjustments, lack of right-of-way or lack of materials clearance.  He/She may serve as an "instrument man" on a survey party, and will maintain accurate records and reports.  He/She will also perform and analyze results of field tests.  This is considered advanced technical work in highway engineering which is characterized by the responsibility for supervision of projects of moderate scope and complexity in construction inspection engineering work. He/She will receive assignments orally or in written form, which are general in nature and will permit an opportunity for the use of a degree of independent judgement based upon field experience.  The inspector will be responsible for the use and care of survey equipment, keeping accurate field notes and performing accurate computations, establishing control points for linear measurement,  supervise/lead/guide/train lower level inspectors, perform clerical and statistical work, prepare necessary reports, ensure all work is performed in conformance with the plans and specifications and deal effectively with other employees of the State Highway Administration as well as others. 

 

Qualifications:

From one (1) to five (5) years of full time employment in highway engineering technician activities. Two years of which must have been at the level of responsibility equivalent to a Transportation Engineering Technician (TET) III. Applicants may substitute N.I.C.E.T. Level 3 or higher certification or education in an engineering curriculum at an accredited junior college, college or university at the rate of (30) semester credit hours per year for up to one(1) year of the required experience.

Graduation from a standard high school or possession of a State high school equivalence certificate. A degree in Engineering, Construction or Construction Management are preferred. While N.I.C.E.T. is not required, it will be given consideration. Applicants must have Mid Atlantic Region Technician Certification Program (MARTCP) certifications in Soils & Aggregate Compaction Technician, Concrete Field Technician, and HMA Field Technician. Applicants are required to hold the Maryland Department of the Environment's Green Card. Completion of OSHA 10 training for construction is a condition of employment.

Applicants must have an elementary knowledge of algebra, geometry, trigomometry and English; introductory knowledge of basic civil engineering principals, practices, methods and tests, working knowledge of surveying principles and techniques, care and use of survey instruments, ability to keep accurate field notes and make accurate field computations, ability to establish control points for linear measurement, ability to read and interpret plans and specifications; to use engineering tables and reference materials; ability to supervise, lend technical guidance. Ability to supervise the inspection of small or medium size highway construction projects and to deal effectively with others.

Applicants must be physically able to perform the duties required of the position. Applicants must also be able to read, write, comprehend and speak the English language. Applicants must have a valid driver's license and must have use of a reliable vehicle to travel to, from and while on the project site. Candidates must be willing to travel and be available for work various shifts and on weekends in any part of the District, subject to change of assignment as work requires.

Must successfully pass drug-screening procedures prior to being hired; thereafter may be subject to random and cause drug and alcohol testing.

Other: Satisfactory results acceptable to KEI from a criminal background check/motor vehicle record and a pre-employment drug test is required. OSHA 10 certification is a condition of employment. This employer participates in e-verify. More Information: http://www.dhs.gov/e-verify

Keville Enterprises, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disability

 

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