Inspector Jobs in Texas

Ensure structures meet building codes, zoning regulations, and contract specifications. Inspectors examine construction worksites frequently to confirm that they continue to meet legal and contractual requirements. If a project fails to meet these guidelines, inspectors issue a violation notice or stop-work order. They record their findings in daily logs (including photos) and periodic written reports.

Inspectors usually work alone, although they occasionally work in teams for especially large or complex projects. They do, however, need strong interpersonal skills because they continually communicate with clients, superintendents, and other important personnel. Inspectors must also have a strong understanding of building plans, specifications documents, drawings, and design criteria, as they are responsible for reviewing and approving blueprints for proposed ventures.

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Texas Department of Transportation - Longview, TX
Inspects construction methods and workmanship to ensure contractors build roadways, bridges, traffic signals, airports and related structures in accordance with plans and specifications; acts as...
2 days ago
Federal Government Jobs - Laughlin AFB, TX
Construction Control Inspector Job in LAUGHLIN A F B, TX Construction Control Inspector Job in LAUGHLIN A F B, TX Vacancy No. Department Air Education and Training Command Salary $49,765.00 to...
1 day ago
City of Cedar Park - Cedar Park, TX
The City of Cedar ParkWhat Makes the City of Cedar Park a great place to work:Challenging - Fast-Paced - Sense of Community - Valued Employees - EngagingCustomer Service - Sincerity in Willingness...
1 day ago
Laughlin AFB, TX
for further information on "Who May Apply". Questions? This job is open to 4 groups. Job family (Series) 0809 Construction Control Technical Similar jobs Building Inspectors Construction And...
1 day ago
CyberCoders - Dallas, TX
Building Inspector My client is actively looking for a Building Inspector/Construction Consultant with at least 3+ years of construction/building/inspection experience. This is a very progressive...
1 day ago
Raba-Kistner - Amarillo, TX
Under direction, inspects and oversees construction inspection activities to ensure compliance with project plans, approved shop/working drawings, project documents and specifications reporting...
11 hours ago
Texas Department of Transportation - Brownfield, TX
Inspects construction methods and workmanship to ensure contractors build roadways, bridges, traffic signals, airports and related structures in accordance with plans and specifications; acts as...
2 days ago
Travis County - Austin, TX
Travis County is hiring a part-time Fire Plans Examiner to join the Fire Marshal Office team.This person will review and interpret building plans, construction plans and system plans and reports...
3 days ago
City of Laredo, TX - Laredo, TX
Revised 10/02/17 MMConducts on-site inspections of residential buildings,commercial buildings, and other structures in the City to ensure that buildings/structures are in compliancewiththe City's...
3 days ago
City of Beaumont - Beaumont, TX
Essential Job Functions: Inspects construction of streets, roads, bridges, and drainage projects; reviews and interprets construction plans and specifications; ensures compliance by contractors;...
3 days ago
City of Schertz - Schertz, TX
The plans examiner position is responsible for reviewing residential, commercial and industrial permit applications and construction plans to ensure compliance with all local, state and federal...
4 days ago
City of Farmers Branch, TX - Farmers Branch, TX
Benefits Supplemental QuestionsThe purpose of this position is to protect the health, safety and welfare of the people that live, work, play and learn in Farmers Branch by ensuring that existing...
4 days ago
City Of New Braunfels - New Braunfels, TX
CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS Senior Plans Examiner in NEW BRAUNFELS , Texas GENERAL PURPOSE: Under general supervision, reviews proposed construction documents, permit applications and building plans for...
5 days ago
City of Richardson Texas - Richardson, TX
High school diploma or GED is required. College credit in Engineering, Construction Management or related field is preferred. Valid Texas driver's license, Class C, is required. A minimum of three...
5 days ago
Hatch - Houston, TX
Construction Inspector Apply now ? Apply now Apply Now Start apply with LinkedIn Start Please wait... Date: Nov 11, 2017 Location: Houston, TX, US Company: Hatch Requisition ID: 10021? Job...
5 days ago

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