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||Carrboro, NC United States
|| Other / General
Construction Inspector |
Seeking an energetic and enthusiastic Constructor Inspector to join our Engineering and Planning Team. The Construction Inspector provides onsite compliance inspection of third-party public water, reclaimed water, and sanitary sewer projects.
Key responsibilities include:
Performing tests and final inspections of water, reclaimed water, and sanitary sewer projects for compliance.
Conducting pre- and post-construction meetings with developers, contractors, engineers, and other interested parties.
Performing water quality sampling tests; coordinates all sampling activities with staff.
Directing and approving water line pressure testing, sewer line air testing and vacuum manhole testing.
Conducting inspections of water and sewer line installations, grease trap and interceptor installations, backflow device installations for compliance.
Working with contractors and engineers to resolve unforeseen issues that arise during construction to develop compliant strategies.
Team members are our most important resource. Pay and Benefits include:
Salary Range is $53,576 - $82,493
Membership in the NC Local Government Employee Retirement System (pension plan)
Employer 457 Deferred Compensation contribution (no match required)
Retirement Health Savings account
Employer paid Health, Dental, Vision, Life insurance, Dependent Life, Long-term Disability
Vacation, Sick, Personal, Bereavement and Parental Leave; 12 Paid Holidays
Cell Phone Stipend
Bonus Pay for Additional Certifications and/or Education
Much, much more!
OWASA is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to continuous improvement, sustainability, creativity, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging. Visit www.owasa.org to apply for this excellent opportunity. This recruitment will close on February 20, 2023.
Qualifications & Requirements
Position requires a valid North Carolina Driver's License, high school diploma (or GED) with advanced study or training towards obtaining the required Water Distribution Grade A and Sewer Collections Grade III certifications. Successful candidates should have at least three years of experience working with water and sewer systems. Prior experience using a Geographic Information System (GIS) is preferred.
Orange Water and Sewer Authority (OWASA) is a progressive water utility providing water, wastewater and reclaimed water services to the Towns of Chapel Hill, Carrboro and to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.